Historian Simon Schama explores Jewish history and the contributions that Jewish culture has made to the world.
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Simon Schama examines how the Holocaust & the creation of Israel changed Jewish identity.
Schama travels to Eastern Europe to examine the profound impact of the Jewish people.
Simon Schama follows the Jewish people through the defining era of Enlightenment.
Medieval Jews struggle to preserve their identity under Christian and Islamic rule.
Simon Schama interviews the International Association of Jews from Egypt's Levana Zamir.
Simon Schama interviews Israeli author David Grossman.
Simon Schama's The Story of the Jews is a 5-part look into 3000 years of Jewish history.
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