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Inside pages of the passport (No. 4), showing the letter J (Jude) and the name "Israel", 1938 In August 1938, the German authorities decreed that Jewish men and women with first names of "non-Jewish" origin had to add "Israel" and "Sara" respectively to their names. All Jews had to carry identity cards indicating their Jewish origin, and, in the autumn of 1938, all Jewish passports were stamped with an identifying letter "J".

Inside pages of the passport (No. 4), showing the letter J (Jude) and the name "Israel", 1938 In August 1938, the German authorities decreed that Jewish men and women with first names of "non-Jewish" origin had to add "Israel" and "Sara" respectively to their names. All Jews had to carry identity cards indicating their Jewish origin, and, in the autumn of 1938, all Jewish passports were stamped with an identifying letter "J".

chinese map of the shanghai ghetto, 1938-1945. this was the area occupied my most european and russian jews.

chinese map of the shanghai ghetto, this was the area occupied my most european and russian jews.

Shanghai revisits its forgotten Jewish past: The history of the 20,000 European Jews who fled to the Chinese city during World War II is being rediscovered. During World War II, 20,000 European Jews fled to Shanghai, one of the few places in the world they could go without a visa, and one of the few that put no limit on the number of Jews it would accept. Under Japanese occupation, they were squeezed into one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods, living cheek by jowl with ...

latimes: “ Shanghai revisits its forgotten Jewish past: The history of the European Jews who fled to the Chinese city during World War II is being rediscovered. “ During World War II,

Zionist poster produced by a Jewish organization in Shanghai commemorating the anniversary of Vladimir Jabotinsky's death, 1944.— YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York

Zionist poster produced by a Jewish organization in Shanghai commemorating the anniversary of Vladimir Jabotinsky's death, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York

Shanghai Cramped living-Jews from Europe sought refuge in Shaghai during WWII.

Shanghai Cramped living-Jews from Europe sought refuge in Shaghai during WWII.

Families of Jewish descent in Kaifeng, China, where a Jewish community of traders can be traced back over 1,000 years, are set to celebrate Passover with a traditional seder.

Families of Jewish descent in Kaifeng, China, where a Jewish community of traders can be traced back over years, are set to celebrate Passover with a traditional seder.

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Chinese Dreams! #jew #china #judio #juden #islam #muslim #musulman #israel #uae #saudi_arabia #arab #mx #vzla #mexico #venezuela #israel #usa #espana #spain #paris #france #sverige #sweden #norge #danmark #germany #india #iran

Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars by Sidney Shapiro

Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars by Sidney Shapiro

Religious school for Jewish refugee children. Shanghai ghetto, China, September 8, 1944.

a shot of jewish refugees to shanghai. my father was roughly their age when he arrived - 8 years old.

Passport issued to a Sephardi Jew by the Spanish consulate in Sofia, Bulgaria 1943 Passport issued to a Bulgarian Jew of Sephardi origin and his wife, containing Turkish and British visas which allowed them to reach Mandatory Palestine via Istanbul in the middle of World War II, despite the British policy restricting Jewish immigration. Issued on 20 January 1943.

Passport issued to a Sephardi Jew by the Spanish consulate in Sofia, Bulgaria 1943 Passport issued to a Bulgarian Jew of Sephardi origin and his wife, containing Turkish and British visas which allowed them to reach Mandatory Palestine via Istanbul in the middle of World War II, despite the British policy restricting Jewish immigration. Issued on 20 January 1943.

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Author Liliane Willens - Stateless in Shanghai is the story of Dr. Liliane Willens' experiences growing up as a "stateless person" in cosmopolitan Shanghai from the late 1920s to the early 1950s. Willens was born to Russian Jewish parents, both denationalized by the Soviet Union after fleeing the Bolshevik revolution, hence her "stateless" status refers to her family's inability to flee elsewhere. Willens not only lived through the rise of Japanese power in, and eventual occupation of…

With vivid firsthand descriptions of Asia's most cosmopolitan city from the to the this recollection chronicles Liliane Willens' life and trials in

Identity card of an inmate of the Hohne D.P. camp, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 1945 Former inmates of the Bergen-Belsen camp were held in a nearby D.P camp in the British occupation zone which was renamed by the British Hohne camp. Issued on 24 October 1945.

Identity card of an inmate of the Hohne D.P. camp, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 1945 Former inmates of the Bergen-Belsen camp were held in a nearby D.P camp in the British occupation zone which was renamed by the British Hohne camp. Issued on 24 October 1945.

A file photo shows a Jewish refugee's "residence permits". The archive that…

A file photo shows a Jewish refugee's "residence permits". The archive that documents Jewish refugees' life in Shanghai during World War II is prepared to apply for national archival document heritage.

SHANGHAI TOUR OF JEWISH HISTORY

This is a family photo of the male Sassoons, dated the seated gentleman being Avraham Shalom David Sassoon, His son, Elias David, is o.Check out this awesome WorthPoint article!

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "fin de kippour 2016"

At sundown on Yom Kippur, observant Jews around the world will be breaking a 24 hour fast, when the Shofar is blown.

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