A Passover haggadah from a Munich DP camp. The National Library of Jerusalem

Blood Libel, Death Camps and Independence Battles: Passover Haggadot Tell a Daunting Jewish Tale

For Jews around the world, the haggadah wasn't only a source of inspiration and an expression of hope, but a text that seemed to document their suffering

One warm day in early spring of the year 1144, William, an apprentice tanner of about age 12, left the home of his master in the town of Norwich, about 160 kilometers northeast of London. A few days later, on...

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