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Acheinu Anshei Hachayil: The Commemoration of American Jewish Soldiers Killed in World War Two

Hosted By: National Museum of American Jewish Military History (NMAJMH - Washington, DC)

Rabbi Joseph Topek discusses the ways the American Jewish community memorialized those killed in WWII. Rabbi Topek will examine the material culture of remembrance of Jewish military personnel killed during World War Two. He will look at examples of personal or family memorialization and remembrance as well as communal commemoration of the war dead and its impact on American Jewish life.

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