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Celebrating the contribution made by Jewish
men & women to the British armed forces
Welcome to London's Jewish Military Museum
The Jewish Military Museum is a treasure chest bursting with a fascinating mix of history and memorabilia, belonging to British Jewish Servicemen and Women, who fought and often lost their lives serving their country at war.
Filled with stories, documentation and pictorial history as well as some rare military artefacts, the museum offers a journey through time, telling stories of the courage and heroism of British Jews who served in the army, navy, air force, chaplaincy (rabbis) and of course the firemen, nurses and other volunteers.
With recent contributions from current serving Jewish personnel, who have been stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan, the museum offers visitors of all ages something to engage with.
World War I Stories
The centenary of World War I is approaching and the Jewish Military Museum will commemorating the war throughout the next few years.
'Hackney Remembers'our temporary exhibition on Jewish Soldiers who lived and worked in Hackney during World War I is now on display.
From October 3rd to December 31st 2013
Children of The Great War is a project to capture family stories of Jews who served and lived during World War I.
Come to our open day on 20th November at the RAF Museum.