Tag archive for ‘Second World War’
News On Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

What happened in Holocaust not taught properly by many English teachers

A group of British students on a school trip to Auschwitz This article was first published in England on Market Business News,  by Christian Nordqvist: Too many teachers are using unreliable sources when More...

Reuters On Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Inventor of Home Video Games Ralph Baer Dead at 92

The man credited with inventing the first home video games, Ralph Baer, died on Saturday at age 92 at his home in Manchester, New Hampshire, a director at the Goodwin Funeral Home said on Monday. Baer, More...

Should Scotland be an independent country
Jewish Business News Service On Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Independence Referendums Since The Second World War

  “Should Scotland be an independent country?” 4.3 million Scots will be answering this question today after months of anticipation, discussion and debate. Scotland’s independence referendum certainly More...

Lily Bethlehem On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Tel Aviv Soccer Team Celebrates World’s Oldest Holocaust Survivor’s Birthday

Players for Maccabi Tel Aviv, Barak Itzhaki and Eden Ben Basat, along with club owner Mitch Goldhar, celebrated the birthday of the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, Israel Krysztal, who turned More...

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