“Israel” and “Sarah”


“Israel” and “Sarah”
   In its efforts to isolate and identify Germany’s Jews, the Nazi government on 17 August 1938, ordered that all Jewish men were required to add “Israel” to their name, and all Jewish women, “Sarah.”

Historical dictionary of the Holocaust. . 2014.

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