In 2019, with the help of a team of experts, students and volunteers, and with the support of Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe we worked to contribute to digital Jewish Studies by preparing data resources, adapting tools to the languages and domains of Jewish Studies. I am glad to present the outcome of this work – as conclusion of the project – but also with the hope of starting a collaborative community effort to build upon the fruits of our work.
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My grandma was from Liepaja.
After my mother dies i got a Kenissur wrist clock in bad shape.
It was with a notice that the clock is from 1937.