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After Japan attacked the United States in December 1941, World War II became truly global with battles between the Axis and the Allies occurring on nearly every continent. See full-sized image for analysis.
Reconstruction political cartoon. Wood engraving by Thomas Nast, circa 1874.
Following the discover of anti-Muslim graffiti at her school, Eman is looked to as a leader to help foster a student dialogue about overcoming bias and stereotypes.
Piece of Yemenite jewelry from the collection of Ava Kadishson Schieber.
Photograph of Yitskhok Rudashevski
Portrait of Yosef Meir Weiss, the Spinka rebbe from Sighet, 1906.
A group of young Germans view the antisemitic newspaper, Der Stürmer, and other Nazi propaganda displayed on a fence.
A young Martha Sharp in the 1920s.
According to the UNHCR, 79,225 people lived in the Za'atri Refugee Camp in Jordan, near the Syrian border. All of them fled from Syria to escape the brutal civil war.
Zivia Lubetkin testifying at the Eichmann Trial, Jerusalem, 1961. Lubetkin was a leader in the Jewish Underground in Poland and key fighter in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.