This Day, In Jewish History…: 24JEWISH ALERTS

 

This day in Jewish history / Controversy-beset first Jewish US Haaretz

This day in Jewish history / Controversy-beset first Jewish U.S. senator dies. America frowned on the senator zig-zagging on the Confederacy: ‘It was because 

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This Day, October 10, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

Today there are approximately 140 Jewish Midshipman at the Naval Academy. The dedication of the multi-million dollar Uriah P. Levy JewishCenter and 

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This day in Jewish history / A homo-erotic artist scorned by his Haaretz

Simeon Solomon ended his days in penury and isolation, which is when, some say, he did his ‘most honest’ works. By David B. Green | Oct. 9, 2013 | 9:24 AM 

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This Day, October 9, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

768: Carloman I and Charlemagne are crowned Kings of The Franks. Charlemagne treated to hisJewish subjects well, even if it meant parting from the doctrine 

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This day in Jewish history / The sultan orders transfer of Safed JewsHaaretz

The Ottoman ruler wanted to move Jews from Safed to recently conquered Cyprus, but carrying out the order was another matter. By David B. Green | Oct. 8, 

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This Day, October 8, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

314: In his quest to consolidate his power, Constantine I, the man who will become the first Christian Roman Emperor defeats his rival Licinius at the Battle of 

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This day in Jewish history / Nobel-winning physicist Niels Bohr is bornHaaretz

Niels Bohr not only took part in advances in nuclear physics, he saved Denmark’s Jews during WWII and was an early opponent of nukes. By David B. Green 

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This Day, October 8, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

314: In his quest to consolidate his power, Constantine I, the man who will become the first Christian Roman Emperor defeats his rival Licinius at the Battle of 

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