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Borsten, Laura Rappaport with Orin Borsten. Once a WAVE: My Life in the Navy, 1942-1946.
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Buckholtz, Alison. Standing By: The Making of an American Military Family in a Time of War. New York:
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Childers, Thomas. Wings of Morning: The Story of the Last American Bomber Shot Down over Germany in
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Elkins, Dov Peretz. God’s Warriors: Dramatic Adventures of Rabbis in Uniform. Middle Village, NY:
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Ellis, John. The Sharp End: The Fighting Man in World War II. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons,
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Ezratty, Harry A. They Led the Way: The Creators of Jewish America. Baltimore: Omni Arts, 1999.
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Friedman, Lee M. Jewish Pioneers and Patriots. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1948.
Gersh, Harry. “Chaplains on Land and Sea: A One-Man Survey.” Commentary (August 1948), pp.172-173.
Gleason, Philip. “Americans All: World War II and the Shaping of American Identity.” Reviews of
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Goldstein, Albert S. “Faith in the Army.” The Jewish Layman, 18:1 (October 1943), part I, pp. 12-15;
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Goldstein, Walter. Shreds from an Old Sun Helmet. New York: Greenberg Publishers, 1947.
Golovensky, David I. “Another Chaplain Discusses Combat Religion.” The Reconstructionist, March 9,
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Green, Paul S. From the Streets of Brooklyn to the War in Europe, 1917-1945. Tulsa: Council Oak Books,
Grobman, Alex. Rekindling the Flame: American Jewish Chaplains and the Survivors of European Jewry, 1944-
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Gumpertz, Sidney. The Jewish Legion of Valor: The Story of Jewish Heroes in the Wars of the Republic. New
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Gushwa, Robert L. The Best and Worst of Times: The United States Army Chaplaincy, 1920-1945,
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Haber, Julian Stuart. They Were Soldiers in Peace and War. Fort Worth: H.J. Wells Publishing, 2006.
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Hoffman, Alice and Howard Hoffman. Archives of Memory: A Soldier Recalls World War II. Lexington:
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Hoffman, Daniel. Zone of the Interior: A Memoir, 1942-1947. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.
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World of Our Fathers: The Journey of the East European Jews to America and the Life They Found and
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Jacobs, Paul. Is Curly Jewish? A Political Self-Portrait Illuminating Three Turbulent Decades of Social Revolt,
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Kaplan, Ben. A Life Voyage. Privately printed, 2001.
Kaufman, Isidore. American Jews in World War II: The Story of 550,000 Fighters for Freedom, 2 Vols. New
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Kaufman, Mozart. Fighter Pilot: Aleutians to Normandy to Stalag Luft I. San Anselmo, CA: M & A
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Keegan, John. The Second World War. New York: Penguin Books, 1990.
Kempner, Marion Lee. Letters from Sandy. Privately printed, 1967.
Kennett, Lee. G.I.: The American Soldier in World War II. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1987.
Kertzer, Morris N. With an H on My Dog Tag. New York: Behrman House, 1947.
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