GI Jews: George Braunstein's first experience in War


George Braunstein has witnessed segregation and experienced anti-Semitism, but it hasn’t changed his love for America. Braunstein entered the U.S. Army at age 19. While on a march in France during World War II, Braunstein watched as a church steeple exploded, sending shrapnel in all directions. A piece of metal struck him, leaving a scar under his chin. It was his first experience in war.

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Title: GI Jews: George Braunstein's first experience in War

Format: Video

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Subject(s): WWII

Public Broadcasting Station or Institution: WUCF

Original Broadcast/Publish Date: 03/29/2018

Runtime: 00:02:30

Main Asset File Size: 1.21 GB

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Language: English


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