December 10, 2019

Michael Berenbaum

Thirty-eight years in the making, “President Carter: The White House Years” (Thomas Dunne Books) is part memoir and part history.
The massacre of 11 people in Pittsburgh has prompted comparisons to the 1938 attacks on Germany 80 years ago this week, Kristallnacht.
Only a confirmed hater of Palestinians — and a confirmed anti-Semite — could believe that they have the leadership they deserve.
January 27th, the anniversary of the Soviet liberation of Auschwitz, is the day designated by the United Nations as International...
When Rose Pilch was called to the Torah one recent Shabbat at Temple Beth Am, the entire congregation stood up in admiration and celebration.
In October 1939, Hitler signed an authorization permitting the chief of the Führer Chancellery to put to death those considered unsuited to live.
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