More to explore:
Janukáh en un campo de concentración y exterminio nazi. Ni a un paso de la muerte, nuestro pueblo olvidó nuestras tradiciones, ni perdió la esperanza. ¡No podemos olvidar!
Westerbork Transit Camp, 1943
Happy Chanukah by Center for Jewish History, NYC, via Flickr
chanukah images - Google Search
The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Massacre at Babi Yar included this child.
John Smith, Oldest living Indian age 131
Carol Fuller agreed
my great, great grandma was cherokee= 115 yrs
My great great mamaw was Cherokee on my moms see side. My great great maemae was chowtaw on my dads side
Old Wrinkled Skin. A Chippewa Chief who was probably more like 98 when he died in 1922 and it was said that his skin looked so old because of a childhood disease.
Just have to wonder?
My Soft Chanukah Deluxe Set - Judaism.com
Doodle Wrapping Paper For Chanukah - creativejewishmom...
Chanukah decoration from popsicle sticks (I think they must be tongue depressors, too big for popsicle sticks)
i remember watching this fall in 6th grade and realizing i was watching history unfold.
MY family had just come back to the States from Berlin April 1989, never would have thought it would happen that soon after leaving, I would have loved to have been there and to walk across where we would wave to easterners but they were unable to wave or communicate back. I was 13 yrs old.
Melissa Allen, no you wouldn't. I was stationed in Berlin working in USCOB when the wall went down. Before was a nightmare because we just didn't know what the Russians were going to do. Remember, we were in a free city but surrounded by communist. Then when it happened, one whole Russian troops went missing. Everyone was drunk, and it was no big thing to see a Russian tank driving over everything in it's way in the morning because the soldiers were coming home drunk.
Angela, because I feel like I know you from these comments I hope you don't mind if I follow you.
This isn't located in berlin, this is a portion of the Berlin Wall that resides in portland maine.
Anne Frank. I just listened to a podcast on History Chicks about her life. I highly recommend.
This is not Anne Frank. Possibly some one who portrayed her in a play or film, but it is not her.
I can tell that she's an actress I think that she does have a resemblance to Anne Frank
No it's not her. It's from the movie " Anne Frank The Full story." I just studied all of her life, if you have any more questions maybe i can help.
For a minute I was like "That's not her, no!" But then I read the comments