One Man’s Quest to get a Star of David on graves of 100 Jews KIA

While I can’t issue medals for gallant service, I would like to recognize the holy work that British historian Martin Sugarman has been doing for years in the field of remembrance. Aside from his dozen published books on Jewish military topics, including his most recent one on Jews in the Merchant Navy in the Second World War, Sugarman keeps a rolling list of Jewish (or potentially-Jewish personnel) who were killed in WWII or WWI, but whose graves do not bear the symbol of the Star of David. Some actually bear a cross.

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