Monthly Archives: September 2010
On April 16, 1945, The Americans took footage of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Rather than handing this off to a solider, the Americans brought in Jew director, Billy Wilder. Wilder is famous for… Continue reading
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His Jewish parents abandoned him during the rise of Hitler and he was cared for by a Polish Gentile woman. Abe was baptized and practiced Christianity. At the end of the war, Abe’s parents came to get him back, and… Continue reading
In this edition of Reading With Jett, we cover the activity of the Jews after arriving in colonial North America.
Jews Come To New Amsterdam
Stuyvesant Complains to Officials about Jews
Jewish Method for Getting… Continue reading
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Jews Migrate According To Economic Conditions.
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Connington’s Comment: This article shows how influential just a few Jews were in a small town such as Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pennsylvania.
One of the Jews held a leadership position at a Catholic College. Jesus Christ.
Honors of Generations go to two Wilkes-Barre area families
– From The Times Leader
Eric Lee says the Davidowitz and Rifkin families were chosen to be honored by Generation to Generation for a lot of good reasons.
“Love, care, respect, commitment, communication, teamwork and filial piety — that’s what I know about them,” Lee said.
An afternoon of music and dance honoring Essy and Bill Davidowitz and family, Sandy and Arnold Rifkin and family and the Jewish traditions from which they come will highlight the third annual Lee Vincent Generation2Generation Dance on Sunday, from 2 to 6 p.m.
“These families and the Jewish traditions are being honored as part of our mission to bring all generations and all cultures together,” said Joseph DeVizia, event chairman.
He said families are urged to attend to celebrate the honorees and to join with families of all heritages for a fun afternoon.
“We chose these two families because of the many things they have done for this community,” DeVizia said.
Arnold and Sandy Rifkin and their family will be honored because of their community support. The A. Rifkin Co. is a family-owned manufacturer and international distributor of security and multiuse reusable fabric lock bag systems and related products, as well as other banking supplies including GPS asset-tracking devices.