Elisabetha Nicopoi Strul learned of an imminent pogrom in Iasi, warned her Jewish neighbors and co-workers, and hid some of them; she married one of the Jews she saved and later immigrated to Israel with him.
The long-lost film 'The Life of the Jews in the Land of Israel' will be screened in a new digital edition in Jerusalem.
Lautman, a 2007 recipient of the Israel Prize for lifetime achievement, was founder and owner of Delta Galil Industries.
An estimated 970 of the 1,400 works of art discovered in the apartment of Cornelius Gurlitt were stolen from Jews during the Third Reich.
Then-foreign minister Meir said she sensed 'dark corners' in John Kennedy's death, according to recently released documents.
This enigma is but one gem in unique photograph collection depicting the early days of Jewish settlement in the Jordan Valley, soon to be displayed at Kibbutz Ashdot Yaakov Me’uhad.
One of a handful of Polish Jews allowed to emigrate to Palestine in 1943, Judith Sinai was wounded in the War of Independence and went on to become a leading medical researcher.
The judges rule that it was impermissible for the occupying Soviet army to steal cultural artifacts after World War II.
970 of the 1,400 works found in Cornelius Gurlitt’s apartment to be examined on suspicion that they were stolen
Tel Aviv's 'Knights of the Kishke' celebrate Jewish-Polish cuisine with Gefilte fish, Chopped liver, cholent and a large helping of self-deprecating humor.