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Jewish Destiny Hits:514
Description:This site features the articles, columns, books,and audio tapes of author Rabbi Berel Wein and lists his upcoming lectures.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Jewish Heritage in Europe Hits:645
Description:Created by Samuel D. Gruber, theis site "showcases the rich diversity of Jewish material culture in Europe. This site will bring together, in one place, new and existing information about museums, archives and historic sites, including Jewish quarters, synagogues, cemeteries and Holocaust sites."
Submitted On:2009-12-21

Jewish Heroes and Heroines in America Hits:470
Description:This site provides 150 biographies of famous American Jews from colonial times to the present taken from the book Jewish Heroes and Heroines in America published by Seymour Brody.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Jewish History in Galicia and Bukovina Hits:387
Description:The database includes primary sources pertaining to Galician and Bukovinian Jewry and short historical essays about the communities in the region. The sources are divided into four categories: archival documents and newspapers articles, documentation of tombstones, documentation of Jewish communal institutions, and oral history testimonies. At present, the project focuses on four Jewish communities near Ivano-Frankivsk: Lysiec (Lysets, Łysiec), Bohorodczany (Brotchin, Bohorodchany), Solotwin (Solotvyn, Sołotwina) and Nadworna (Nadvirna, Nadwórna).
Submitted On:2009-12-21

Jewish History Timeline Hits:480
Description:Created by Eli Birnbaum of the Jewish Agency, this interactive timeline allows you to view listings about events in Jewish history by date, starting in 68 CE. The author seeks to "create an easy-to-use overview of information which would be readily available for the student and the layman; second, to provide the reader with a general picture of the world at different times and its impact on Jewish history; third, to ignite some interest or fascination with one of the characters you will meet and to encourage further study." You can also retrieve an alphabetical list of historic people and the dates in which references to them occur. This is a very useful resource.
Submitted On:2003-01-01

Jewish Intellectual Timeline Hits:376
Description:Created by David Fass, this site provides a parallel history of intellectual contributions by Jewish and non-Jewish thinkers. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2009-08-07

Jewish Life During the Italian Renaissance Hits:491
Description:A description of the collection of materials about medieval Jewish Italian life that are stored at the Medici Granducal Archives along with sample documents are provided here. Documents cover the period from 1537 to 1743.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Jewish Life in Poland Hits:214
Description:“This website presents highlights from YIVOs archival collections on Polish Jewry before the Holocaust. It includes thousands of documents, posters, and photographs from the most significant Polish Jewish collections along with detailed finding aids, online exhibitions and media galleries, and two background essays.”
Submitted On:2014-12-21

Jewish Post Card Collection Hits:678
Description:Created by Stephanie Comfort, this is one of the largest Jewish postcard collections on the Internet. They are arranged by topic and geographic location, and the whole collection is searchable by keyword.
Submitted On:2012-01-09

Jewish Warsaw Hits:92
Description:"Jewish Warsaw is a fascinating account of the long history of the Jewish community in the Polish capital. It examines the city through the eyes of some of Warsaw's most influential Jewish citizens and examines some of the important, often turbulent, historical events that have effected Jewish citizens in Warsaw. The Janusz Korczak section of Jewish Warsaw presents two interactive mapped journeys exploring the life of the famous Jewish educator and children's author. One of the maps takes you on a journey through his life in pre-war Warsaw. The other map recounts his bravery in World War II and his deportation and death at Treblinka extermination camp In the Past and Present section you can lean more about the history of the Jewish community in Warsaw through a series of interactive vintage maps of the city. This section includes an account of the long history of Jews in Warsaw, a mapped account of the Jewish ghetto and Holocaust in World War II and a number of walking tours through the Warsaw of today."
Submitted On:2016-11-10

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