Aron Grünhut, a Bratislava native, is virtually unknown, but he was one of those who was active and risked his life to save Jews during WWII. He was helped by a fire fighter, Emanuel Zima, who was posthumously awarded the Israeli Badge of Honour. An exhibition celebrating Mr Grünhut's life recently closed in Bratislava.More...
The third child of Jewish immigrants from the Ukraine, Morris "Moe" Berg was born in New York City. He became a major league baseball star and during the pre- and wartime era, he risked his life in order to uncover information which could help the Allies. Herb Hahn relates some of his legendary wartime deeds.More...
He witnessed Kristallnacht, found his ‘new names’ in a UK telephone directory, received the Military Medal for Bravery from King George VI, interrogated top Nazi von Ribbentrop, and played Santa Claus in Harrods. And if that’s not enough, he’s also starred in two Harry Potter movies . . .More...
Michael Sternberg, former US diplomat who for 24 years was the head of the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) office in Israel, died on July 13 at the age of 77. He worked tirelessly for the good of Israel and believed whole-heartedly in the peace process. He is greatly missed by the family and his legion of friends.More...
This incredible woman seemed to have lived several lives and roles during her lifetime. Despite a difficult childhood, Linda Isaacs spread love far afield, from Russia, to London, to Israel, and will be sorely missed by all those she touched.More...
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