15 January 1999 Prague–If Czech students rely only on history textbooks to teach them about Jews, they will probably know little about a people who until World War II were an integral part of Central European history and culture. According to a recent study by Leo Pavlat, director of Prague’s Jewish Museum, the limited information […]

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