The Jew who built Berlin: Berlin would look different today if it weren’t for master builder Adolf Sommerfeld, who helped give the city a face-lift starting in the 1920s.
Byzantine mosaic from 596 AD uncovered in Negev. Previously unknown monastery floor features unique aspects.
Medieval treasure won’t return to Jewish heirs: Medieval artifacts that the Nazis allegedly acquired from Jews under duress need not be awarded to the original owners’ heirs, a German arbitration panel has ruled.
The wind that shook prestate Israel’s emigrants to Crimea: In 1928, around a hundred Jews left Mandatory Palestine for Crimea, then an outpost of Stalin’s Russia. Not the greatest idea.
When Ukraine was run by Jews: Once upon a time, the Khazar Kingdom’s ruling elite decided Judaism was the one true religion.
Finding Einstein in Switzerland. The city of Bern, where Albert Einstein spent his happiest and most productive years, is filled with tributes to the famous physicist — some more relevant than others.
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