The designated escape route was for the children to cross into the Netherlands, from where they were to embark via ferry to England.
While advocating Jewish liberty, however, Jefferson simultaneously held Judaism itself in low regard.
Seuss’s wartime cartoons denounced American discrimination against Jews and called attention to the early stages of the Holocaust.
While he wrote only one piece of music directly for liturgical use, Hashkeveinu, which premiered at the Park Avenue Synagogue on May 11, 1945, Bernstein often named his works after Jewish themes and personalities.
Mrs. R. hurls the violin at the couch, screeching, “It’s horrible! I sound so horrible!” and again runs out of the room, sobbing.
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