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Arlington National Cemetery – Resting Place for Faithful American Heroes

On this day in 1864, Arlington National Cemetery was officially opened as a resting place for America's veterans, whatever their faith.

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The Triangle Factory Fire

The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911 was a landmark tragedy in both American and Jewish history, and one that brought about many changes for America's workers.

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A Titanic Love Story

On the 108th anniversary of the sinking of the "unsinkable" RMS Titanic, we share a story of an elderly Jewish couple aboard the doomed ocean liner.

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Neil Diamond Rewrites ‘Sweet Caroline’ for COVID-19 Safety

Beloved Jewish singer/songwriter Neil Diamond modified one of his classic songs to fit with the current coronavirus crisis.

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The Ballad of Old Mordecai

Abraham Mordecai was the first Jew in Alabama, and played a large part in the state's and the United States' early history.

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The Courage and Fidelity of a Jewish-American Civil War Hero

Frederick Knefler was a Hungarian-born Jew who not only adopted America as his home, but became an American hero during several battles of the Civil War.

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Reviving the Jewish Spirit

The first Jewish justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, Louis Brandeis was also a staunch Zionist who argued for the establishment of a Jewish state.

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Lessons from Israel’s First US Ambassador

James McDonald, who served as the first American envoy to the fledgling Jewish state, understood the importance of fighting anti-Semitism.

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