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Yael Margolin Peled

Yael Margolin Peled was a vice principal and history teacher at a secondary school in Haifa. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where her thesis was on “The Jewish Resistance Movement in Cracow during the German Occupation against the background of Jewish community life in the Ghetto.”

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Hela Rufeisen Schüpper

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Rivka Kuper Liebeskind

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Reizia Cohen Klingberg

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Mire Gola

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Gusta Dawidson Draenger

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Yael Margolin Peled." (Viewed on December 11, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/peled-yael>.

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