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The Bosnian Hardaga family helped shelter a family of Jews (The Muslims who saved Jews from the Holocaust exhibition)

BBC — A new exhibition aims to celebrate the role Muslims played in saving Jewish lives during the Holocaust. The Righteous Muslim Exhibition is being launched at the Board of Deputies of British Jews in Bloomsbury, central London.

Shanghai, China, A line at the entrance to a Jewish refugee camp. Those who were fortunate enough to escape the Nazi territories often found a way to Shanghai and from there, waited their turn to emigrate to Palestine/Israel

Shanghai, China, A line at the entrance to a Jewish refugee camp. Those who were fortunate enough to escape the Nazi territories often found a way to Shanghai and from there, waited their turn to emigrate to Palestine/Israel

psst 5 hidden storage tactics that no one ever saw coming, cleaning tips, shelving ideas, storage ideas

Hide attic stairs w/bookcase. psst 5 hidden storage tactics that no one ever saw coming, cleaning tips, shelving ideas, storage ideas

love the shelving wrapped around the couch!

Storage Solutions for Small Spaces : Apartment Living I've always loved the idea of wrapping the couch in bookcases to create storage and a sleeker anchor point for the rest of the room.

One of five refugee camps situated in factory buildings in Shanghai. Three Jewish girls pose in the Pingliang refugee camp. 1941

One of five refugee camps situated in factory buildings in Shanghai. Three Jewish girls pose in the Pingliang refugee camp. Mansbacher(on right) fled Germany after Kristallnacht in and her family were able to emigrate to San Diego in

The total number Jews arriving at the open port of Shanghai by sea and land between November 1938 and 1941 is estimated at 20,000.

The total number Jews arriving at the open port of Shanghai by sea and land between November 1938 and 1941 is estimated at

Being Jewish in China: Scenes From a Shanghai Bat Mitzvah

Years ago, Jews came simply to survive; now, says a local rabbi, they come to prosper