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Veterans Films: A Window on the War


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At the outbreak of World War II, there were only 360,000 Jews living in England. By, the end of the war, 60,000 British Jews, men and women, had served for the country. Jews served in many different roles; operators, pilots, sailors and soldiers – to name a few!

Watch this video to learn more about the Anglo-Jewish contribution during World War II and their experiences just after.

All speakers in this video are part of AJEX, the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and women. 

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