- ... that Dr. Moshe Wallach, founder and director of Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Hospital for 45 years, lived in the hospital and was buried beside it?
- ... that the creator of the TV series Homeland, Gideon Raff, is the son of a former Accountant General in Israel's Ministry of Finance?
- ... that the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes (pictured), site of Willy Brandt's Warschauer Kniefall in 1970, was made from labradorite intended to be used in monuments in Nazi Germany?
- ... that the Supreme Court of the United States decision in Zivotofsky v. Clinton concerned the status of Jerusalem in United States foreign policy?
- ... that much like Anne Frank's diary, the letters of Philip Slier, discovered more than fifty years after his death, reveal the history of Nazi-controlled Netherlands through a personal perspective?
- ... that Polish Jewish resistance fighter Vladka Meed was a central source of the 2001 television movie Uprising?
- ... that the Château Pastré (pictured) in Marseille, designed by Jean-Charles Danjoy for Eugène Pastré, was a haven for Jewish artists in World War II?
- ... that Steve Pestka resigned his judgeship to run the real estate business his father developed after surviving the Holocaust?
- ... that most Russian-speakers in the United States are Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union?
- ... that the Chaim Potok novel The Book of Lights is based on Potok's exposure to non-Jewish religions as a military chaplain in Korea and Japan?