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?
Dinner/Memorial Service at the Historic 6th and I Synagogue in Washington DC
A Carlebach-inspired service honoring the Jewish fallen heroes of Iraq and Afghanistan will be held on May 24, led by Chazzan Larry Paul and musician Robyn Helzner at the Historic 6th and I Synagogue in Washington DC. Museum President Norman Rosenshein will give opening remarks. During the service, the names of the more than 40 fallen heroes will be read in solemn remembrance and prayer. Followed by dinner and Shabbat singing. Family members of the Fallen Heroes will be our special guests. To r.s.v.p. click here. For more information contact Mary Westley at (202) 265 6280 or email@example.com.
On Saturday June 1, 2013 10am-4pm and Sunday June 2, 2013 1pm-5pm stretch your legs and your mind during the 30th Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk (June 1 and 2, 2013). Nine diverse museums will open their doors free of charge for this weekend long celebration in one of Washington, D.C.’s most beautiful neighborhoods. For more information click here
Jewish Study Center classes – Spring Semester 2013
The Jewish Study Center of Washington, DC will be holding Spring Semester classes at NMAJMH on Tuesday Evenings. This semester’s classes include:
Challah Baking 101
Birthright Citizenship and Jewish Belonging
Panel: Intellectual Property Rights and Jewish Law
Origins of Jewish Food
For more information and/or to register please visit the JSC website at www.jewishstudycenter.org
A Second look – Highlights of two books in our Museum Shop
Transcending Darkness: A Girl's Journey Out of the Holocaust by Holocaust Survivor Estelle Laughlin
Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. On September 29, shortly after Poland's surrender, German forces entered Warsaw. Click here to read more.
Battle At the Overland Trail: One Night of Combat on Guadalcanal by Author Jason Abady
In the Pacific Theater of the Second World War, Guadalcanal Island was of pivotal importance for both Japan and the United States to prosecute the war in their favor. Click here to read more.
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.
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.
Can't visit the NMAJMH in person?
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 Mary Westley at 202-265-6280 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on Museum Store here on our website.
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 358 years of Jewish service in the American military
Meet the President of the National Museum of American Jewish Military History
Remembrance Walk on Target
Remembrance Walk on Target - The demolition of the Museum's front walkway is now complete. The first shipment of engraved pavers is installed and the second order has been completed. 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, memorialize a loved one. A paver on our new museum walkway makes a wonderful birthday or holiday gift.
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
Congratulations to all and thank you.
View the NMAJMH's Yahrzeit Program