Did you know that most of the information we have about Polish Jewry during the Holocaust comes from a secret archive hidden underground of the Warsaw Ghetto?
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Did you know that the Radhanites were Jewish merchants that linked East and West centuries before Marco Polo?
Did you know about the Jews of San Nicandro, protagonists of the only case of mass conversion to Judaism in modern Europe?
Did you know that Theodor Herzl, father of modern political Zionism, was born in Budapest, in a house next to The Great Synagogue in Dohany Street?
Did you know that Yemen was a Jewish kingdom during the fifth century CE?
Did you know that Finish Jewish soldiers had to fight side by side with the German army during WWII?
Did you know that the first synagogue in Spain after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492 was opened in Madrid in 1917?
Did you know that, based on physical remains, there has been a continuous Jewish presence in Anatolia, modern Turkey, since at least the fourth century BCE?
Did you know that in 1981 the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature was Elias Canetti, a Sephardic Jew from Bulgaria?