The Titanic and the Jews
Tales of heroism and heartbreak on the high seas
From the fabulously wealthy to the poorest workingman, the Jewish survivors and victims on the Titanic reflected a microcosm of the passengers’ travails on the tragic voyage. On this 100th anniversary of the ship hitting an iceberg and sinking in the icy-cold Atlantic on April 15, 1912, it is worth recalling a few of their adventures.
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