RMF5CRDA–Jewish History Museum in Girona Catalonia Spain
RMDYEGNE–World War II - Anti-Semitism : Jews being forced to scrub the streets of Vienna in 1938.
RM2H9THM0–Poland, Warsaw. The catastrophe of the Holy Cross Church, origin of the persecution of the Jews in Russia. On 25 December 1881, a Jew thief was caught in the act of stealing from a lady's pocket inside the temple, which was crowded with worshippers. In order to escape arrest, he shouted 'fire!', causing several people to flee in terror and run over each other. Twenty-nine persons died. Engraving by Tomás Carlos Capuz. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1882.
RMB28FYR–The memorial to the murdered jews of Europe Holocaust Memorial Berlin Germany
RM2BMYBBP–Les Hebreux conduits en captivite - The Hebrews led in captive 1864 Alfred Bellet de Poisat 1823-1883 France
RF2A2TDRM–Treasure of gold coins from Caesarea Israel Antiquities Authority
RMAG7YKY–Upperclass Jewish women in ancient Israel. Hand-colored print
RMKT11DB–The Exilarch, leader of the Diaspora Jewish community in Babylon following the deportation of King Jeconiah and his court into Babylonian exile after the first fall of Jerusalem in 597 BC. After the painting by W.S. Bagdatopoulus (1888-1965). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMTT79RJ–When Moses went up into biblical Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments around 1310 BC , he left the Israelites for forty days and forty nights during which time Aaron, prophet, high priest, and the brother of Moses, constructed a 'molten calf', built an altar before the calf and early the next day worshipped and offered burnt-offerings to the calf. When an angry Moses, came down from the mountain hed burnt the golden calf in a fire, ground it to powder, scattered it on water, and forced the Israelites to drink it.
RM2EA6FYR–Photo of destroyed Warsaw ghetto. Warsaw, Poland. 1945 After the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Ghetto was completely destroyed. Of the more than 56,000
RM2HX30D2–Circoncision, 1780, Marco Marcuola, The Museum of Jewish Art and History in Paris, France.
RMW58F1Y–A critical history of the doctrine of a future life in Israel, in Judaism , and in Christianity : or, Hebrew, Jewish, and Christian eschatology from pre-prophetic times till the close of the New Testament canon, being Jowett lectures for 1898-99 : Charles, R. H. (Robert Henry), 1855-1931
RMBR2FJP–The market square at Chodorów, now Khodoriv, now in the Ukraine. Early 20th century.
RME8JA3G–The Museum of Jewish Art and History in Paris.
RF2HK4TAF–Inspired by Receipt for a Grain Loan, Aramaic, Papyrus, ink, mud, December, 402 B.C.E., Dynasty 28, Late Period, a: Glass: 14 15/16 x 16 1/4 in., 38 x 41.2 cm, agriculture, ancient, archaeology, commerce, document, Elephantine, Jewish, Jewish history, papyrus, purchase, record, text, trade, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMM2CYWK–Auschwitz, Lesser Poland / Poland - Feb 04 2018: Auschwitz Birkenau, Nazi concentration and extermination camp.
RMB5MWD0–9IS 1915 0 0 A2 Jewish cemetry in Vilnius c 1915 History of Judaism Eastern Jews Jewish cemetry in Vilnius Amateur photo from an
RMCWAYBH–German soldiers rounding up Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, 1943
RM2AWT0B2–Engraving of Jewish elders paying a ransom to Basnage for supposedly betraying the city of Beziers into the hands of the Moslems c 790 AD.
RFT1PH0B–Rottenburg, Germany, 03/16/2019: City centre of Rottenburg with memorial stone to commemorate the Jewish history in Rottenburg
RMDYEJHM–Clifford's Tower, York, England as it would have appeared in 1684 befoe the last garrison left. Eighteenth century engraving.
RM2C8TG0H–Digitized by the Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory at the Center for Jewish History - www.cjh.org
RMBNHW9C–Jewish women forced to work forced labor unfree ghetto Dambrowa Gornicza Poland 1941 factory industry worker indoor history
RM2DYP68H–Loofhuttenfeest in den vreemden - Feast of Tabernacles with strangers 1863 by Hein Burgers 1834-1899 Jewish historical museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Dutch, ( On the way to the synagogue on Uilenburg for the celebration of Sukkot (feast of Boots) the boy has a Lulav ( palm branch ) in his hand and carrying an etrog (citon) case,Steenvoetsluis Houtkopersburgwal.
RMG5AH6W–Ein jüdischer Kupferschmied bei seiner Arbeit. Marokko, Morocco, Africa, Northern, Maghreb, Maghrib, travel, 1910s, 1920s, 20th century, Jewish coppersmith, archive, Carl Simon, history, historical, copper smith, brazier, job, man, Jew, jewish, arts and carfts, portrait, hand coloured glass slide
RMA8WKJ2–Russian and Polish Jewiish community in New York City 1890s. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMKT11AB–Joshua with the Ark of the Covenant. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMH369E4–Arab and Jewish recruits in World War II in Palestine, 1940
RM2AKT5E8–Bologna, Italy. 10th January, 2020. The German artist Gunter Demnig placing some stolpersteinen stumbling blocks in a few points of the city to remember the Jewish victims of the Nazism Holocaust on January 10, 2020 in Bologna, Italy. Credit: Massimiliano Donati/Alamy Live News
RME8JA3C–The Museum of Jewish Art and History in Paris. Jewish prenuptial agreement. Ketubah.
RMERGNG0–Jerusalem 1894, Jewish quarter. Ashkenazi orthodox Jews from Eastern Europe.
RMM2CYXJ–Auschwitz, Lesser Poland / Poland - Feb 04 2018: Auschwitz Birkenau, Nazi concentration and extermination camp.
RMB5MWD5–9IS 1916 0 0 A2 4 Jewish sector in Vilnius c 1916 History of Judaism Eastern Jews Jewish sector in Vilnius Street scene Amateur
RMKWD88D–Chess prodigy, Samuel Herman Reshevsky, in a simultaneous chess exhibition match, April 6, 1922. The 10 year old was on an U.S. tour, where he won 1,491 of the 1,500 games he played against experts. (BSLOC 2015 17 162)
RM2CFH7DT–'Middle East History - Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper May 18 1939. Young men subscribing or ''enlisting'' [Jerusalem]'
RME0M091–Jan. 01, 1953 - Eastern Berliners Demonstrate For Murdered Jewish German Communists: At the same time as the Jews were being persecuted by the Soviets in all the Communistic States - the GDR Government - the Eastern German in ''Memory'' of two well known German communists - murdered 34 years ago - Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg. A great parade was held through the streets of the City at which pictures of the Communist ''Martyrs'' were carried. East German president Pieck gave a speech which carried the usual Soviet denunciations of the West
RMKCET56–Jewish Kindergarten, in Jerusalem, Palestine 1907
RM2GMG678–The daughter of the Jew, painting by Maurycy Gottlieb (1856-1879) was a prominent Polish Jewish painter. Old 19th century engraved illustration from La Ilustración Artística 1882
RM2A7MHMA–Samuel Hirszenberg (1865-1908). Polish painter. School of Talmudists, 1887. 19th Century Polish Art Gallery (Sukiennice Museum). National Museum of Krakow. Poland.
RM2DYP64F–The collector's portrait of the Hague dentist Simon Pinkhof 1934 Isaac Israels 1865 - 1934 Dutch The Netherlands Jewish historical museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Dutch,
RMH5B2KC–Synagogue Hemdat Israel (Compassion of Israel), circa 1899, Haydarpasha Quarter, Istanbul
RMB6M22D–Polish Jews traveling to market near the Russian border circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
RMKTA2KM–Joseph Nasi delivers gifts to Selim II. Dom Joseph Nasi or Nassi, aka João Miques/Micas, Dom João Migas Mendes, Giuseppe Nasi and Yasef Nassi, 1524 – 1579. Portuguese-Jewish diplomat and administrator, member of the House of Mendes/Benveniste and an influential figure in the Ottoman Empire during the rules of both Sultan Suleiman I and his son Selim II. He was a great benefactor of the Jewish people. After the painting by Margaret Dovaston (1884-1954). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RM2D0B4EY–Visitors stand under the 'Celestial Canopy', a reconstructed painted ceiling of a synagogue that once stood in Gwozdziec (present-day Ukraine), at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw October 21, 2014, one week before the official opening of the core exhibition. Poland, the country on whose soil Nazi Germany carried out the darkest acts of the Holocaust, is starting to re-connect with its other role in Jewish history, as a home for 1,000 years to one of the world's biggest Jewish communities. The country will take a step in that direction next week with the opening of the m
RMHH4DRP–Scene in a Jewish ghetto in Poland.
RM2A80R5P–Jewish family leaves their home, Holland, World War II
RMH369DC–Jewish refugees in Jerusalem, 1936
RMEWMXKT–Jewish Cemetery, Glasgow, Scotland, 6th March 1971. Face of Britain 1971 Feature.
RM2A8T0E2–Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY. exterior of a Yiddish research center, and theater in Manhattan.
RMERGP1B–Jewish marriage scene in Galicia.Veiled bride is accompanied to the wedding canopy known as a chuppah, or huppah, chupah or
RMR62RY7–Ruth Barnett, one of the Kinder, speaking at an event to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht and the Kindertransport, marking the two events which changed Jewish history: the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht (the destruction of Jewish property which heralded the Holocaust) and the Kindertransport, the UK's rescue of 10,000 Jewish children, at Lambeth Palace.
RMB5MWDB–9IS 1916 0 0 A2 9 E Jewish sector in Vilnius c 1916 History of Judaism Eastern Jews Jewish sector in Vilnius Street scene Amateu
RMCWBW85–Two Jewish peddlers selling ties on the street, probably New York. Ca. 1902.
RMW58XFF–A sketch of Jewish history : Karpeles, Gustav, 1848-1909
RME12BGN–Dec. 09, 2011 - The dairy of Anne Frank. The Jewish girl Anne Frank aged 14 wrote a diary when she was hidden with her parents and other Jewish subjects on a garret of a house in Amsterdam to escape the former German secret police the socalled Gestapo. At last the Gestapo found the Jews and brought them into a Nazi horror Camp were they were murdered . The diary of the little Jewish girl then disappeared but was found later on. It was published and became a best- seller through out the world
RMKCET61–Jewish refugees arrive as immigrants into Palestine in 1922
RMW6JK3E–Museum for Jewish History and Culture of Bukovina, Czernowicz, Bukowina, Ukraine
RM2G2H8CX–Although most traces of Girona's rich Jewish history were wiped out when the Jews were expelled from Spain (see Spanish expulsion), a few remain, On Carrer de Sant Llorenc, a rectangular indentation that once held a mezuzah can be seen on the doorway of an old building, Farther along is the Centre Bonastruc ça Porta and the Catalan Jewish Museum,
RMJ8NXFN–religious liberty centennial anniversary statue outside National museum of american jewish history Philadelphia USA
RMH5B2K2–Jacob Schiff in a boardroom
RMB396MH–Museum of American Jewish History Philadelphia Pennsylvania
RM2JBW5W7–Center for Jewish History building in Chelsea Manhattan NYC
RMW2C9M7–Romania, Bucharest, Tailors Synagogue, housing the Jewish History Museum, interior
RMDR9X4T–German boycott against Jewish traders
RMMNNKPR–jewish medieval dresses, linen and felt, Reproduction according to medieval manuscripts, Museum of Jewish History, Girona, Catalonia, Spain
RMKGP8P0–The National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
RMP2E08P–. English: Interior view of the destroyed Fasanenstrasse Synagogue, Berlin, burned on Kristallnacht; November Pogroms. 8 March 2010, 07:36:44. Center for Jewish History, NYC 26 Interior view of the destroyed Fasanenstrasse Synagogue, Berlin
RM2A8T0E3–Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY. exterior of a Yiddish research center, and theater in Manhattan.
RFS2X5H3–Potato Latkas at the Jewish History Museum, Amsterdam
RMR62RYR–Ruth Barnett, one of the Kinder, speaking at an event to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht and the Kindertransport, marking the two events which changed Jewish history: the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht (the destruction of Jewish property which heralded the Holocaust) and the Kindertransport, the UK's rescue of 10,000 Jewish children, at Lambeth Palace.
RMB5MWD8–9IS 1916 0 0 A2 7 E Jewish sector in Vilnius c 1916 History of Judaism Eastern Jews Jewish sector in Vilnius Street scene Amateu
RMCWBWCK–Jewish settlers arriving to establish an communal agricultural settlement, a kibbutz, in Palestine in the 1920s.
RMW58XFE–A sketch of Jewish history; tr. from the German : Kanpeles, Gustav
RME109RD–Apr. 01, 1970 - Hotel Ship as home for polish-Jewish Refugees, in Denmark: The hotel ship ''St. Lawrence'', which started in the twenties as a Canadian Steamboat, is in Copenhagen Harbour, serving as a home for a Polish-Jewish refugees, seeking asylum in Denmark. The St. Lawrence can house 500 people daily - but several more live there until the Danish State and government can solve the many problems. When the refugees arrive in Denmark they are normally put on the hotelship ship until Danish refugee help organisations can place then in accommodation in town
RMEC7NDH–Jewish colonies and settlements - Richon le Zion in Palestine
RMB629XY–Jewish History Museum, interior, Jonas Daniel Meijerplein 2-4, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Europe
RMK92PC0–Attack on a Jewish man in the middle ages
RMJ8NXE9–National museum of american jewish history Philadelphia USA
RMA5X3P1–Centre Bonastruc Ça Porta, Museum of Catalan Jewish History. Girona. Spain
RMBPD3X5–Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel , the National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
RMAJDF42–Jacques Offenbach, 1819 - 1880. German - Jewish composer and cellist.
RMW2C9M6–Romania, Bucharest, Tailors Synagogue, housing the Jewish History Museum, interior
RMG39JJ8–The Jewish population being 'resettled' in Poland. Date: 1940 - 41
RM2AE38EP–Lithographie of Salomon Judah Rapoport, (1786 – 1867) was a Galician rabbi and outstanding Jewish scholar, a member of the enlightenment movement and
RMKRGKDJ–The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
RMF32GJF–National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, PA, USA
RMR1A9P2–These large concrete blocks, all 2,771 of them, is the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. It is to commemorate and remember the Jewish people who were murdered in the second world war. It is very popular and attracts many visitors and tourists each day. The blocks are laid out in a grid pattern and are of varying sizes. A very moving memorial to a terrible chapter of history.
RFS2X5GX–Gefilte Fish at the Jewish History Museum, Amsterdam
RMDEJCX1–Centre Bonastruc Ça Porta, Museum of Catalan Jewish History. Girona. Spain
RMB5MT9P–9IS 1915 0 0 A1 9 Jewish salesman in Wilna 1915 History of Judaism Eastern Jews Jewish salesman in the streets of Wilna Photo c
RMCWBY5K–Mother and her family fleeing from square block of buildings in the Jewish district of Jerusalem, which were blasted to rubble
RMEDRC3G–Cartouche with allegory of Jewish history, Jan Caspar Philips, 1743
RME12BGP–Dec. 09, 2011 - The Diary of Anne Frank The Jewish girl Anne Frank aged 14 wrote a diary when she was hidden with her parents and other Jewish subjects on a garret of a house in Amsterdam to escape the former German secret police the co called Gestapo. At last the Gestapo found the Jews and brought them into a Nazi Horror Camp where they were murdered. The diary of the little Jewish girl then disappeared but was found later on. It was published and became a best seller throughout the world. Then the ''Diary of Anne Frank'' was changed to a stage play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
RMKCET7B–Jewish emigrants leaving Warsaw, Poland to go to Palestine 1922
RMB629Y0–Jewish History Museum, interior, Jonas Daniel Meijerplein 2-4, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Europe
RMPPEYFA–Jewish history and wars. Initial with image (amanuensis). Letter H. Manuscript. 15th century. Chantilly Castle. France.
RMJ8NX6A–National museum of american jewish history Philadelphia USA
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