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Isaac D'Israeli - Life and Career
... of Benjamin D'Israeli (1730–1816), a Jewish merchant who had emigrated from Cento in Italy in 1748, and his second wife, Sarah Syprut de Gabay Villa Real (174 ... married Maria Basevi (1774/5–1847), who came from another London merchant family of Italian-Jewish extraction ... The children were named according to Jewish customs and the boys were all circumcised ...
Baku - Demographics
4.1 2,045,815 Until 1988 Baku had very large Russian, Armenian, and Jewish populations which contributed to cultural diversity and added in various ways (music, literature, architecture and ... Communism, the Soviets took over the majority of Jewish property in Baku and Kuba ... the Soviet Union, Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev has returned several synagogues and a Jewish college nationalized by the Soviets to the Jewish ...
Australian Jewish Historical Society
... The Australian Jewish Historical Society was founded in 1938 in Sydney ... At the first business meeting of the Society, the then president of the Royal Australian Historical Society K ... In 1939, the Society published the first issue of the Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal (initially known as the Australian Jewish Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings) ...
Extermination Camp
... This genocide of the Jewish people was the Third Reich's "Final Solution to the Jewish question" ... The Nazi attempts at Jewish genocide are collectively known as the Holocaust ...
Yeruham - Culture
... visiting groups, mainly students, as well as Jewish programming in local schools ... and the BAMIDBAR Regional Center for Creative, Pluralistic Jewish Renewal ... of study and encounter integrating creative arts related to Jewish heritage for children, youth and adults of all backgrounds from Yeruham and all ...

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