D. Ludwing

D. Ludwing

Rome, Italy. / I was raised as a laic... because that is senseful... but with the pride of being Jewish... that is history consistent...
D. Ludwing
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D.Petito was a pretty popular Jewish artist model in accademy art classes and artists'  ateliers in Rome (Italy), in the sixties. All models had nicknames, and he was known as the "Circumcised David", as he was said to look like the Michaelangelo's model for his famous David statue would have looked alike... -- but the statue of the David  is not circumcised as he is instead ("he" was the regular).   This old archive photo should have been taken circa 1967, at Temple school of Art, in Rome.

D.Petito was a pretty popular Jewish artist model in accademy art classes and artists' ateliers in Rome (Italy), in the sixties. All models had nicknames, and he was known as the "Circumcised David", as he was said to look like the Michaelangelo's model for his famous David statue would have looked alike... -- but the statue of the David is not circumcised as he is instead ("he" was the regular). This old archive photo should have been taken circa 1967, at Temple school of Art, in Rome.

Talented Jewish People

Barbara Streisand -- Jewish -- Old Testament -- One God -- Judeo-Christian Culture Rocks ! Praise G-D

Mae West's neighbor in the the 1930 census was Jascha Heifetz a Jewish violin virtuoso born in Lithuania and his wife the silent motion picture actress Florence Vidor, ex-wife of King Vidor, whose seven year old daughter, Suzanne, Jascha Heifetz adopted. The couple had two more children, Josefa (born 1930) and Robert (1932 — 2001).

Long considered perhaps the greatest violinist of his time, Jascha Heifetz was a virtuoso's virtuoso. Born in Vilnius in Heifetz started young, receiving his first lessons from his father—a violin instructor—at three.

In June 1940, Ariane Knout and her husband fled Paris and went to Toulouse, where they established a secret organization called La main forte (The strong hand). The organization eventually worked for to create an armed Jewish underground to fight against the Germans.  Knout kept communications open between the command in Toulouse and the partisans who trained in the forest in the Tarn district. She brought weapons to the partisans and encouraged them with her enthusiasm for the struggle.

in 1940 ariane knout and her husband fled paris and went to toulouse where they established a secret organization called 'la main forte' (the strong hand). the organization created an armed jewish underground to fight against the germans

Even though I live freely in America, I understand the need for a country that provides the Jewish people with a safe haven, and more important still, the ability to defend itself. Having grown up attending Jewish day schools and Zionist summer camps, together with listening to my grandparents speak of surviving the Holocaust, gave me a strong Jewish identity.

Even though I live freely in America, I understand the need for a country that provides the Jewish people with a safe haven, and more important still, the ability to defend itself. Having grown up attending Jewish day schools and Zionist summer camps,

David Seymour - Naples, 1948. S)

Italian Vintage Photographs ~ These young Neapolitans like the danger of the strictly-forbidden practise of hanging onto the backs of street cars, Naples, 1948 photo by David Seymour