From the Archive: Soccer in the aftermath of World War II

In DP camps, refugee enclaves and even an Italian deportation camp, soccer was a major recreational outlet.

From the Archive: Mourning the Rebbe, under overcast skies

Two decades ago, tens of thousands gathered in Crown Heights hoping to catch a glimpse of the Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson’s coffin.

From the Archive: A Wilkes-Barre matron's thwarted gift to Polish city's 'poor Jews'

A Polish city rebuffs — and then accepts — a Wilkes-Barre Jew’s $100,000 bequest.

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