A Soldier, An Orphan, and a Photographer

A body of an American solider lying peacefully in the snow in a battlefield in Belgium. A Jewish boy in Brooklyn orphaned twice by World War II. And the world-renowned photographer who connected the two. This is their story. Samuel Tannenbaum was born on July 10, 1942, in Washington DC to Henry and Bertha Fiedel Read more about A Soldier, An Orphan, and a Photographer[…]

35th Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk (June 3, 2018)

Stretch your legs and your mind during the 35th Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk (June 2 and 3, 2018).  Five diverse museums will open their doors free of charge for this weekend long celebration in one of Washington, D.C.’s most beautiful neighborhoods.  Discover Anderson House, Dumbarton House, National Museum of American Jewish Military History, The Phillips Collection, and the President Woodrow Wilson House  free of charge. National Read more about 35th Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk (June 3, 2018)[…]

May 25th – Annual National Memorial Day Shabbat

The National Museum of American Jewish Military History presently lists 57 identified Jewish service people who have given their lives in defense of our country in Iraq and Afghanistan. On this Memorial Day weekend, and hopefully countless Memorial Day weekends thereafter, we are asking all of the synagogues Jewish organizations throughout our nation to read Read more about May 25th – Annual National Memorial Day Shabbat[…]