There is not a long and storied history of Jews in motorsports. The cast of characters is limited and filled mostly with names like Jody and Tomas Scheckter, François Cevert and Peter Revson, all of which likely means little to the average American, and less to the average American...
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I got a letter from my car’s manufacturer, saying that my car is part of a Recall due to a faulty brake part. I was told to call the nearest dealership immediately, and bring the car in to get the part replaced.
They listed all possible malfunctions that could result from Not...
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November 30, 2006 | 7:00 pmShifting Gears: From war profiteer to U.S. public transit conspirator During the late 1930s, Hitler's persecution of Jews was building to a frenzy even as fears of a war escalated. Nevertheless, General Motors' German automotive subsidiary, Opel, remained a loyal corporate...
November 30, 2006 | 7:00 pmThe Last Word: How will posterity remember General Motors' conduct? The epilogue of the tumultuous saga of General Motors during the New Deal and Nazi era is still being written.
That saga is the subject of a four-part JTA investigative series that concludes with this story....
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Wilshire Boulevard's stature as the grand concourse of Los Angeles is due in part to its many architecturally distinct synagogues and churches. Those located in the Wilshire Center district, between LaFayette Park and about Western Avenue, are some of the most notable and serve some...
December 5, 2002 | 7:00 pm
A local American Israeli family, which lost a daughter in an airport shooting rampage last July 4, is in renewed mourning for a son who died Nov. 26 following a car accident.
Nimrod Hen, the 18-year-old victim, was the brother of Victoria "Vicky" Hen, 25. She was one of two people...
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