Flashback

Businesses Backed Invasion, War Bonds

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Just three days after the coordinated U.S. and allied invasion hit the beaches of France on June 6, 1944, to be forever after known...

The JEA Going Strong in 1925

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“Girls Clubs Begin Season With Much Spirit,” reads the subhead on a roundup of Jewish Educational Alliance news in the Oct. 2, 1925, Jewish...

Simchas in Seoul

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When you think of where Jews might live you might think of Brooklyn, Israel or Baltimore. A city that certainly didn’t come to mind...

Senator Goldsborough Believes in ‘Character Building’

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In the May 4, 1934 edition of the Jewish Times, then-U.S. Sen. Phillips Lee Goldsborough wrote a letter to the community announcing his support...

‘Of Course It’s Our Millennium’

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If The Jewish Times ran the headline “Embracing Millennial Shabbat,” in 2019, odds are the story would be about post-college-age Jews exploring new ways...

Can It Happen Here?

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“Can it happen here?” asks a July 1983 Jewish Times column, referring to the Holocaust and anti-Jewish sentiment. In light of growing anti-Semitic acts,...

Somber, Not Celebratory, Columns

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Tuesday marked the 74th anniversary of Germany’s surrender to the United States and its allies during World War II. That week’s issue of the JT,...

1944 Sees Creation of War Refugee Board

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This year marks the 75th anniversary of the creation of the War Refugee Board, a subject to be discussed at the Baltimore Jewish Council’s...

Women’s 1923 Conference Heralds Peace

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“A real step forward to world peace and international understanding” is how Estelle M. Sternberger, executive secretary of the Council of Jewish Women, described...

First Likud Prime Minister Elected in 1977

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As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was elected to serve his fifth term in office last week, the JT took a look through the...