After years of fundraising and renovations, the iconic shul is back in business
On this day in 1814 the Scandinavian country ratified the constitution that brought it into the enlightened age in all ways except one: the inclusion of Jews. It took the poet Henrik Wergeland to open his compatriots’ eyes to their mistake.
This holiday season, make ‘Jødekager,’ a Snickerdoodle-esque cookie made by Jewish bakeries in Copenhagen since the 17th Century
One month after deadly synagogue shooting during rite of passage
How moving to the Danish capital helped a Southern boy grow up
After deadly synagogue attack, fighting terrorism by daring to be kind
One killed, several wounded after a day of violence in Denmark’s capital
Author Simon Kuper uses soccer to show how, as Dutch Jews were killed, life went on for everyone else