The National Museum of
American Jewish Military History
1811 R Street NW, Washington, D.C 20009. | 202-265-6280 | www.NMAJMH.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
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What's happening at the Museum?
Construction of New Permanent Exhibit Has Begun
After many years, we’ve taken down Women in the Military and Rescue and Renewal to make way for a new permanent exhibition. Please excuse the work being done on our lobby level. Our second floor exhibits remain open including Hidden Treasures, Hall of Heroes: American Jewish Recipients of the Medal of Honor, A Mother's Grief and Major General Julius Klein: His Life and Work. We look forward to the new permanent exhibit opening November 11, 2014!
Remembrance Walk on Target
Remembrance Walk on Target – The Remembrance Walk now holds over 240 inscribed pavers with over $75,000 raised for the museum! Congratulations all who have donated to this noteworthy endeavor. Be a part of it - help preserve the contributions of Jewish Americans to maintaining the peace and freedom of the United States of America by purchasing a paver. Contributing to the NMAJMH Remembrance Walk Program is a great way to honor a family member or memorialize a loved one. Also, a paver on our new museum walkway makes a wonderful birthday or holiday gift.
New mini certificate program
There are many reasons to say something and now there is a good reason to say it. The NMAJMH is starting up a new mini campaign within the Certificate program. From now until February 28, 2013, NMAJMH will provide ONE free certificate for every four blank certificates ordered. That is FIVE 6 x9 blank certificates for $40.00 instead of $50.00! Certificates have to be ordered at the same time. For more information, contact Mike Rugel at 202-265-6280 or email@example.com. Click on Museum Store here on our website.
Members of Covered Bridge Post 536, Manalapan, NJ stand in front of Museum Traveling Display shown at the Sons of Israel Synagogue in Englishtown, NJ. With the efforts of QM Manny Stone, the Post has purchased 7 traveling displays and has several of them on display in different locations. Along with the displays Manny requested museum brochures as well and proudly hands them out to visitors, saying proudly "Did you know we have a museum?" Pictured from left to right are PC Ben Rothenberg, PC lou Raiman, Sam Yablonsky, Leo Rosenzweig, Nat Esagui, Ben Boydman, Lou Towber, and QR Manny Stone.
The National Museum of American Jewish Military History (NMAJMH) is seeking docents to lead walk-in visitors as well as pre-arranged tour groups, of both children and adults, through a variety of exhibits that explain and examine the role of Jews in American military history. The NMAJMH is affiliated with the Jewish War Veterans of the USA, and is dedicated to the mission of preserving and creating public awareness of the contributions of Jewish Americans in the Armed Forces. A contribution of your time is an immeasurable gift, and a great asset, to our organization. For more information please click here.
Visit to Talmudical Academy
The National Museum of American Jewish Military History's Michael Rugel and Herb Rosenbleeth visit third grade classes at the Talmudical Academy of Baltimore, MD.
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Design for Permanent Exhibition Unveiled
The National Museum of American Jewish Military History proudly unveils the design for our new permanent core exhibit. The NMAJMH has been working with Quatrefoil Associates to put together a conceptual design for an exhibition that will cover the entire span of Jewish service in the American military. This new exhibit will be the core of the NMAJMH and is our most ambitious undertaking yet.
View the National Museum of American Jewish Military History’s tribute to 359 years of Jewish service in the American military
Meet the President of the National Museum of American Jewish Military History
Compiled by County Cable producer Barbara Grunbaum over more than a 10-month period, "Generation Great" features interviews of 16 World War II veterans living in Montgomery County MD. The interviews were done in preparation for the Montgomery County Honors World War II Veterans program held September 2012 which honored more than 150 Montgomery County-area World War II veterans. Featured WWII veterans are: Pierre Causa, John Henry Chaney, Sam Einbinder, Milton Eisen, Paul Forbes, Al Frumkin, Norman Ikari, William Iwanicki, Charles McGee,Donald McKee, Edwin Morgenstern, Boris Osheroff, Demitri Paris, Edith Ratner, Betty-Printz Long Sims, and Seymour Steinberg. Sam Einbinder, Milton Eisen, Paul Forbes, Edith Ratner and Edwin Morgenstern are JWV members. A copy of the video has been obtained by CCM and is currently showing at headquarters on the main exhibit floor. To view the video online visit http://montgomerycountymd.gov/ccm/Vday_Interviews.html. Video appears on the right of the screen.
Visitors to the
Mon - Fri: 9AM to 5PM
Closed Sat and most Jewish and Federal holidays
Open Sunday for 6 or more people by appointment only
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