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Jewish travelers find that visiting synagogues/communities adds an interesting dimension to trips. For all travelers, discovering Jewish historical "footprints" leads to greater understanding of cultural forces that have shaped our world.
Latest Activity: Apr 8
On this holiday of freedom, when our ability to travel is severely restricted, I post this inspiring 20th century story of breaking the bonds of oppression, plus a tale of solidarity during WWII that…Continue
Started by Buzzy Gordon Apr 8.
Started by Buzzy Gordon Jan 6.
Remarkably, from 1933 until 1945, China’s ultramodern metropolis provided safe haven to 23,000 Jewish refugees. In fact, Shanghai was one of only two locales in the world that agreed to take…Continue
Started by Buzzy Gordon Sep 12, 2018.