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... IPad games- they are the new children’s books to a certain extent. He has an amazing English vocabulary, is completely bilingual and is a very caring big brother to baby Ellie. Andy and Patryk went to the airport to pick up Jen after her week in London seeing friends and sightseeing, including a visit to Buckingham Palace, sounds as though she’s had a great time and now it’s all family for the ...
... Rebbe, Menachem Mendl of Kotsk, the most acerbic, cynical, and brilliant of all the Chasidic rebbes. He had no obvious successor, so after a time his followers came to follow the Gerer rabbis. In 1926 in a significant departure from Chasidic custom the Ger Rebbe at the time established a Jerusalem yeshiva and center. Today that is the heart of the Gerer Chasidim.
Gura Kalawarya, Ger, was a prominent Chasidic area, and at the time of World War II there were ...
... and a stew of beef, cabbage, and mushroom. We followed dinner with drinks at one of Emilia's favorite bars, the swank Plac Barcelona, where I ordered a girly drink and didn't care one bit if I looked effeminate because CHOCOLATE. Anna then parted ways with us and we soldiered on to Club DeLite, where Jaclyn and Emilia were able to dance (and I was able to drink and people watch). We didn't sleep long that night (we had to leave early to catch our ...
... deaths. They wanted the right to choose how and when they died and to die with dignity and so one day they decided to fight back. They knew they weren’t going to win but wanted to go out fighting and there are many monuments around the perimeter to the Ghetto which are dedicated to the memory of those who suffered and died within the ghetto. Our guide also told us of the various uprisings that the Polish had planned and of the secret Polish community which ...
... people who knew that all would be ruined, preserve some of their history for future generations. These sort of personal stories and extraordinary efforts make this history of the Holocaust more meaningful than just the numbers and the data. Documents build memory. They supplement the facts. They widen our perspective and broaden our understanding of the past. They are more personal, more tangible ...