Fifty years after his landmark book of essays on race, culture, and the ‘social science paradigm,’ the late, great critic and career Air Force officer Albert Murray speaks loudly to today’s divided United States
Even though he always insisted, ‘I didn’t do anything,’ my father finally got the military medals he earned in WWII—and I finally heard his stories about his service
How a Jewish-American soldier in WWII survived in a POW camp—and even managed to celebrate Passover under the Nazis’ noses
In the fog of war, one chaplain made a difference. So, a grateful veteran decided to learn more about the man he once knew.
On Veterans Day, I remember my grandfather, who fought in World War I as a Jew and an American