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Golden State Museum exhibit on anti-Semitism features UCSC's Neufeld Family Archive

Image of identity cardAfter Adolf Hitler's rise to power in 1933, the Nazis issued every person a permanent identity card. A "J" indicated that the person was Jewish. Each Jewish man's name was prefaced with "Israel" and each woman's name with "Sarah." The identity card, pictured, is one of the featured items from the Neufeld Family Archive on display in the exhibit "Anti-Semitism, Past and Present: Images from a History of Prejudice." (More)

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April 17-24, 2000
Vol. 4, No. 34

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