Military Memories Blog Post: May 21 – Race and Ethnicity

 

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Scrap. Learning the Alphabet
Persistent URL: http://museums.cjh.org/Display.php?irn=8198
Repository: Yeshiva University Museum, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011 Rights Information: No known copyright restrictions; may be subject to third party rights. For more copyright information, click here.

May 21: Race and Ethnicity. Is your family Jewish? What was their WWII experience? Do or did they share their stories? How did their experience shape your life? If they left Europe before the war, what happened to their families? What did they endure in the U.S. while the war was fought in Europe? If they remained in Europe – what was their story? #militarymemories

I do not have Jewish ancestors, but my colleague Jennifer Alford does and she has done extensive research and writing on researching Jewish roots. Please visit her blog for many fantastic resources.

© 2014, Jennifer Holik, Generations

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