FROM THE PRESIDENT
By Charles O. Kaufman
Do you remember when you first connected with the modern Jewish State of Israel? Perhaps you recall hearing about the roll call vote on United Nations Resolution 181 partitioning Mandate Palestine, held Nov. 29, 1947 — the original two-state solution.
FROM THE CEO
By Daniel S. Mariaschin
The year 2021 will mark the 125th anniversary of Theodor Herzl’s prophetic pamphlet Der Judenstaat (The Jewish State), which outlines, 52 years before its realization, the modern State of Israel.
FROM THE VAULT
By Cheryl Kempler
For decades, the name “Verdun” evoked the chilling memory of the 302-day battle waged against the German army near that French city between February and December 1916, the longest and bloodiest of World War I, with an estimated 714,000 total casualties on both sides.
By Mark D. Olshan
The coronavirus pandemic is, hopefully, a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and certainly one that has had and will continue to have a lasting impact on our health, economy and very way of life.