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Ambassador Of Laughter
Danny Kaye was a multi-talented entertainer and humanitarian who dedicated his life to brightening the lives of others.
THE JEWISH BASEBALL HERO
Fifty years ago, Sandy Koufax became a hero to American Jews by refusing to pitch in the World Series on Yom Kippur.
Louis Armstrong Wore A Star Of David
Louis Armstrong, the famous Jazz musician, wore a Star of David throughout most of his adult life.
The Movie Star Who Fought
Leslie Howard was a British actor best known for playing Ashley Wilkes in the 1939 blockbuster Gone with the Wind. His most important role, however, was off camera. And he gave his life for it.
The Silent Hero
Marcel Marceau’s extraordinary talent for pantomime entertained audiences around the world for over sixty years. It also saved hundreds of Jewish children during the Holocaust.
Elizabeth Taylor Was Jewish, And Willing To Risk Her Life For The Jewish People
When terrorists hijacked an Israeli flight and made outrageous demands, Taylor offered to help by trading herself for the kidnapped passengers.
Johnny Cash In Israel
“It takes a real man to live for God” – Johnny Cash