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The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Massacre at Babi Yar included this child.

"In 1943, Maria von Maltzan, a German aristocrat, took Hans Hirschel, her Jewish lover into her Berlin apartment to hide him from the Nazis. It was the time when the last Jews were supposed to be 'cleansed' out of Berlin. Since Hans had ingeniously faked his own suicide, he was registered as dead, and for a long while, no suspicion fell on Maria; until one day..." Read the rest of the story at the link.

Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1888-1969) graduated from the University of Chicago in 1910 and earned a Ph.D. degree from Chicago in 1915. She stayed at the university with an appointment as a research assistant until 1931 because, despite her pioneering work on classification of invertebrates and her publication volume (six major books and over 100 articles), other universities would not hire her because she was Jewish. In 1937 she was appointed as a research associate at the American Museum of Nat...

Chanukah decoration from popsicle sticks (I think they must be tongue depressors, too big for popsicle sticks)

JOB HUNTING IN THE 1930s // history repeats

This is maybe one of the most powerful pictures I have ever seen. The numbers on the arms are from prisoners of Nazi concentration camps. The numbers replaced their names while at the camps and they were tattooed on so that they could be easily tracked by the Germans. This is why we study history. So this never happens again.

DIY Festive Chanukah Bunting And Chanukah Cards From Styrofoam Prints - via Creative Jewish Mom

i remember watching this fall in 6th grade and realizing i was watching history unfold.

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The History Channel, Know where you stand. by Endless Forms Most Beautiful, via Flickr

Anne Frank. I just listened to a podcast on History Chicks about her life. I highly recommend.