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The ramifications of the Hebron Massacre and a refutation of some modern misconceptions.
A full list with biographical details of the 67 victims of the 1929 Hebron massacre.
19 year old Benjamin Hurwitz, an American studying in Hebron, Israel, was killed in the riot. This is the story of his life.
Personal Reminiscences of Some of the Men and Women Who Offered up their Lives During the Massacre of August 24, 1929, at Hebron, Palestine and of Some Who Were Spared.
As a child, he witnessed his father's murder, but grew up to follow in his footsteps as a respected part of the community.
92-year-old Miriam Sasson was a supporter of repatriation to the hometown she was forced to leave as a child.
A child survivor of the vicious massacre went on to fight for Holocaust survivors with the Palmach.
Dutch-born author and journalist Pierre Van Paassen gives first-hand testimony of the 1929 riot in Hebron. This excerpt comes from his book Days of Our Years.
Translation of a letter a couple wrote to their children describing the Hebron massacre of 1929, by Rabbi Aharon Bemzweig and his wife Breine Bemzweig.