The National Museum of American Jewish Military History presently lists 56 identified Jewish service people who have given their lives in defense of our country… Read More »May 26th – Annual National Memorial Day Shabbat
The U.S. entered WWI on April 6, 1917. That night was Erev Pesach. If there were any Passover observances in the tiny American military that day,… Read More »American Passovers in Europe in the First World War
A few photos for March 29th, National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Thank you for your service to all Vietnam vets.
Corporal Herbert Blum sent this Purim card (issued by the Jewish Welfare Board) home to his parents in Jersey City. Blum worked for the Army… Read More »CPL Herbert Blum: Hitler as the Modern Haman
Frank Lavin, author of Home Front to Battlefront will join us to discuss the World War II experiences of Carl Lavin. Carl Lavin was a… Read More »April 2nd, 1:00 pm – Frank Lavin – Home Front to Battlefront
Join us at 10:45 am at the Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport for a preview screening of the in-progress documentary True Honor. True Honor presents… Read More »February 18th, 10:45am – True Honor Film Preview
Nazis were masters of propaganda. Much of it was designed to enforce their anti-Jewish ideology. The ideas expressed in the propaganda materials were appalling and… Read More »Nazi Propaganda in the Hands of American Jewish Soldiers
David Salisbury Franks had perhaps the most fascinating career of any Jewish American who fought in the American Revolution. Franks was an associate of Benjamin… Read More »Major David Salisbury Franks and the Founding Fathers in the American Revolution