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1940s London – through the eyes of an 11-year-old

In 1940, 11 year old Londoner Sheila Cohen began writing a diary. Soon to be published with daily entries on Twitter, discover a London schoolgirl’s perspective of a conflict that was going to last another five years and engulf many parts of the world.

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The Windermere Children

In this blogpost for International Children's Day Jewish Museum Intern , Mona, shares her research revealing the story of the Windermere Children.

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Jews in Jamaica

In this blogpost Jewish Museum Intern , Rebecca, shares her research revealing the history of Jews in Jamaica as we celebrate Black History and the connection between Black and Jewish communities this month and beyond.

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World Photography Day

19 August is World Photography Day. Our ARSP intern Hannah has written a blog post exploring photographs from our collection all about the Perkoff family.

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Refugee Week: Learning from the Past

This week is Refugee Week: a week to celebrate the coming together and communication of different communities and create a culture of welcome. Our ARSP intern Hannah has written a blog inspired by Refugee Week.

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