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'Cabaret at the Edge of the World'
From left to right actors Helen Deborah Lewis, Dave Adler. Barbara W. Grossman, Laurence Senelick and Jeremy Price sing as the band Jumbo Knish Factory and actors rehearse a show of cabaret done in the Jewish ghettoes in Poland during the '30s and '40s. (John Bohn / Globe Staff) John Bohn / Globe Staff

Honoring the music that defied the Holocaust

By Omar Sacirbey
Globe Correspondent / December 6, 2006

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Irving Berlin's "Blue Skies" may seem like an unlikely resistance song, but that's what the 1926 Broadway hit became in an even unlikelier place and time -- the Jewish ghettos of Nazi-occupied Europe. (Full article: 804 words)

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