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Larry Domnitch is the author of “The Cantonists: The Jewish Children’s Army of the Tsar” (Devora Publishing).
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While there’s not much snow left, there are bike trails, hiking trails and extreme mountain sleds.
Unemployment in Israel dropped to 5.3% in February
Sappers blew up the bomb, and security forces are trying to track down who placed it there.
Authorities have ruled out terror but don’t know of the co-pilot’s motives.
After failing to replace Netanyahu, the Obama administration wants Ambassador Ron Dermer removed.
PA Chairman Abbas congratulated the Arab party on its success in the March 17 Israeli elections.
The time difference between New York and Israel returns to Israel being 7 hours ahead.
UN inspectors were flabbergasted when Iran allowed them full unfettered access to All nuclear sites
Arab opposition to a Jewish State of any size was made known by word and deed in the form of terror
Rav Kook offered recognition to the British but not thanks; the British merely fulfilled its destiny
Germany’s The Jewish Faith newspaper ominously noted, “We Jews are in for a war after the war.”
Nearly two decades into the 20th century, Jews were suffering the horrors of pogroms, mass expulsions, starvation and disease in Eastern Europe while Jewish soldiers in various armies were enduring the carnage of the battlefield. Amid the horrors, however, a glimmer of hope appeared.
On November 11, 1918, at 11 a.m., an agreement signed between the Allies and Germany at Compiegne France, ended hostilities on the Western front and signaled the end of the First World War.
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