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Jewish Women, Jewish Identity and Jewish Response to the Holocaust
There is a Jewish character to the response of Jewish women during the Holocaust. Although prewar Jewish community life was dominated by men, when men and women were separated by the Nazis during the Holocaust, many women took the initiative, taking risks to express their Jewish identity even when it was forbidden to do so. Even women who were not religiously observant responded within the context of Jewish history, culture and values. All knew that they were persecuted because they were Jews, and they responded as Jews to this persecution.

Feb 28, 2021 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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