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From the Archive: Remembering — and not — the liberation of Auschwitz

Today, Auschwitz is the most potent symbol of the Holocaust. But the liberation itself, on Jan. 27, 1945, got virtually no press coverage, at least not in the American media.

From the Archive: Argentina's decades-long AMIA bombing case

The suspicious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman is yet one more development in the more than two-decades-long — and still unresolved —AMIA saga.

From the Archive: In Selma, sold-out yarmulkes and Shabbat behind bars

JTA’s Selma coverage documented organizations’ telegrams to LBJ, a Jewish-inspired “freedom cap” and rabbis leading Shabbat services at the Selma Jail.

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