Majorcan cartographic school – Wikipedia

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Judith – Milken Archive of Jewish Music

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“The Simple Truth” by Phillip Levine

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Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist – Artsy

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Mauthausen

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Mikis Theodorakis Wrote the Most Beautiful Music on the Holocaust

Bambi: cute, lovable, vulnerable … or a dark parable of antisemitic terror? | Antisemitism | The Guardian

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Extended range guitar & Flamenco guitar – Morenica Live – YouTube /Jewish Chants for Guitar

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Nefesh Mountain

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Yehoshua November-Reading at Rutgers

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Isidore Isou

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http://www.notbored.org/isou.html

Selections from the Manifestos of Isidore Isou: Edited and translated by David W. Seaman

Lettrism: Wikiart

The Iron King: The Son of a Jewish Blacksmith Who Became the Modern-Day Samson | Museum of the Jewish People

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Shalom Aleichem — Maayan Band

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The Inspiring Jewish Origins of the Paralympics – Alma

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Two Poets and a Dividing Wall

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Zuzanna Ginczanka

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Invoking Zuzanna Ginczanka: Translation in a Time of Love & War

Non omnis moriar

Translated from the Polish by Nancy Kassell and Anita Safran

Non omnis moriar. My grand estate—
Tablecloth meadows, invincible wardrobe castles,
Acres of bedsheets, finely woven linens,
And dresses, colorful dresses—will survive me.
I leave no heirs.
So let your hands rummage through Jewish things,
You, Chomin’s wife from Lvov, you mother of a volksdeutscher.
May these things be useful to you and yours,
For, dear ones, I leave no name, no song.
I am thinking of you, as you, when the Schupo came,
Thought of me, in fact reminded them about me.
So let my friends break out holiday goblets,
Celebrate my wake and their wealth:
Kilims and tapestries, bowls, candlesticks.
Let them drink all night and at daybreak
Begin their search for gemstones and gold
In sofas, mattresses, blankets and rugs.
Oh how the work will burn in their hands!
Clumps of horsehair, bunches of sea hay,
Clouds of fresh down from pillows and quilts,
Glued on by my blood, will turn their arms into wings,
Transfigure the birds of prey into angels. From Agni Online

Poems from About Centaurs
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Hedy Lamarr: Brilliant inventor, ground-breaking Hollywood star, and the 2nd most beautiful woman ever born.

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Hedy Lamarr: The Incredible Mind Behind Secure WiFi, GPS And Bluetooth (Forbes)

Hedy Lammar (National Woman’s History Museum)

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Hollywood Star and Inventor Hedy Lamarr (American Masters, PBS)