A “Life” magazine photojournalist rekindles the 1948 Arab destruction of the city’s Jewish Quarter, along with the eviction of its residents.
“We were not simply the beat-up remnants of a civilization, the victims of antisemitism” says CEO of YIVO Jonathan Brent. “It was a dynamic, thriving, self-reflective and ambitious culture.”
The policy was manifest most notoriously in the autumn of 1938, when the British and French acquiesced in the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia in the name of “peace in our time.”
Opposition leader supported by 10% of Turks glorifies memory of Nihal Atsiz
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