Aranka SiegalAranka Siegal, one of seven youngsters, was, brought up in Beregszasz, Hungary. Amid World War II, when Aranka was thirteen, she and her family were moved from their home to the… Read More
The first permanent photograph (later accidentally destroyed) was an image produced in 1826 by the French inventor Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. His photographs were produced on a p… Read More
Aranka Siegal (born Aranka Davidowitz on June 10, 1930) is a writer, Holocaust survivor, and recipient of the Newbery Honor and Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, both awarded to her in 1982. She… Read More
Aranka Siegal born Aranka Davidowitz on June 10, 1930 is a writer, Holocaust survivor, and beneficiary of the Newbery Honor and Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, both presented to her in 1982. S… Read More
Delina Filkins, née Ecker (May 4, 1815 – December 4, 1928), was an American supercentenarian who was the earliest verified person to reach the ages of 112 and 113, in 1927 and 1… Read More
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