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Krauskopf, Joseph

(Encyclopedia) Krauskopf, Joseph krousk?pf, 1858?1923, American rabbi and humanitarian, b. Prussia. He went to the United States in 1872, enrolling (1875) in the first class of the Hebrew Union?

B'nai B'rith

(Encyclopedia) B'nai B'rith b?n? br?th [Heb.,= Sons of the Covenant], oldest and largest Jewish service organization in the world, founded (1843) in New York by American Jews to provide?

Holocaust

(Encyclopedia) Holocaust h?l?kst?, h?l??, name given to the period of persecution and extermination of European Jews by Nazi Germany. Romani (Gypsies), homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, the?

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

Director:Aviva KempnerCowboy Booking International; NR; 95 minutesRelease:5/00With;Hank Greenberg, Hal Newhouser, Charlie Gehringer Hank Greenberg, for the many of us too young to remember,?

Ayman al-Zawahiri

Ayman al-Zawahiri is the former head of Egyptian Islamic Jihad and the former partner of Osama bin Laden in al-Qaeda, a violent militant group that targets Americans, Jews and other "enemies of Islam?

Saul Bellow

Name at birth: Solomon BellowsSaul Bellow was a Jewish-American writer who in 1976 won the Nobel Prize for a career that included the novels Herzog (1965) and Seize the Day (1956). The son of?

Sample Essay: Example

Note: The following essay was not edited by EssayEdge Editors. It appears as it was initially reviewed by admissions officers. SAMPLE ESSAY: Carnegie-Mellon, Current affairs: Middle East?

Branches of Judaism

Jewish traditions from Ashkenazic to Zionist by David Johnson Judaism Links Jewish Holidays Conservative East Asian Ethiopian Hasidic Israeli Holidays?

Memorable Olympic Moments: Jesse Owens, 1936

Track star Jesse Owens defiantly bucks Hitler by Mike Morrison Jesse Owens at the Berlin Olympics in 1936. (Source:AP) Related Links Olympics Overview 2012 Track & Field Preview?

Jesse Owens

Track star Jesse Owens defiantly bucks Hitler by Mike Morrison Jesse Owens at the Berlin Olympics in 1936. (Source:AP) Related Links Olympics Overview 2012Track & Field?