BEING JEWISH IN THE MILITARY FIGHTING IN THE WAR FAR FROM HOME

BEING JEWISH IN THE MILITARYFIGHTING IN THE WARFAR FROM HOME

Like all Americans, Jews either enlisted or were drafted into all branches of the service. Their stories bring to life the actions and feelings of these courageous young men and women - their discomfort, camaraderie, faith, fear, horror, and heroism, and ultimately the deep meaning they found in getting the job done. Experience the stories of these soldiers through interactive artifact explorations.

Technical Requirements

The Artifact Exploration requires the Flash 6 plug-in. Click here to download the Flash 6 plug-in for free.

For optimum performance, we recommend viewing the Artifact Exploration on systems with a G4 or Pentium 4 processor.

   

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