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Who is Michel Berger, featured in today's Google doodle?

The French singer-songwriter, popular in the 70s and 80s, was born to Jewish parents.

BB King

Google Doodle recalls B.B. King

The Mississippi-born star was known for his deep, ringing vocals and unique guitar style thanks to his Gibson that he called Lucille.

Google Doodle honoring Doctor Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Google Doodle honors Louisa Aldrich-Blake, among first female surgeons

The doodle was featured to celebrate Aldrich-Blake's would be 154th birthday, celebrated on Thursday, August 15, 2019.

Google Doodle honoring Chiune Sugihara

Google Doodle honors Chiune Sugihara who saved Jews during Holocaust

Chiune Sugihara illegally signed visas for Jews to escape Lithuania to reach a safe haven. In 1984 he was named as a "Righteous Among the Nations" title by the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum.

Google Doodle celebrates American Independence Day

Though America's Jewish population was around 2,500 people in 1776, numerous Jews played a role in fighting for the country's independence

Google Doodle celebrates summer solstice

The Summer Solstice, June 21, is the longest day of the year because the Earth's axis "is tilted most closely toward the sun," National Geographic explains.

Google Doodle honors the falafel balls

Google Doodle animation honors falafel

In Tuesday's animated Google Doodle, three falafel balls jump into a pita bread spread with either hummus or tahini and a salad, to replace Google's daily logo.

The Google Doodle celebrating Willem Einthoven, who invented the EKG

Google Doodle celebrates Jewish inventor of EKG

The scientist, whose father was Jewish, won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his invention in 1924.

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