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My class is learning about conflict and justice. We took a field trip to the Jewish refugee museum, which is very cool because I am Jewish and I love history. On one floor you can learn about the Nazi death camp and how the Jews...More
My dad told me that he saw some Jewish kids in the neighborhood during WWII. It should be in Hon Kou district Shanghai. I reserched some websites. And find out that shanghai jewish Refugees Museum is located at 62 Changyang Rd.
We are Israeli and especially made a point of visiting the Jewish museum in Shanghai. We weren't disappointed - it was a very moving experience. The whole museum is done in an outstanding way and makes you feel as though you're living the experience. A...More
Built in 1927, the former Ohel moshe synagogue was also the headquarters of the Jewish Youth Organization. Between the year 1937 and 1941, Shanghai has received 25,000 Jewish refugees and became the only metropolis in the world which did not refuse Jews. The number of...More