Pamphlet, 1945 Apr. 19
Scope and Contents
Addressed to Hochberg in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. From Chaplain B. Rubenstein in the Office of the Chaplain of Camp Lejeune. Includes The Camp Lejeune Jewish Bulletin, which gives details of a Sabbath service led by Chaplain Rubenstein to be held on 1945 April 21 in memory of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Other sections of the bulletin describe participation in Jewish life while in the military and a schedule of Jewish services. Thoughts on German Nazis, the possibility of a Jewish university, and Palestine are also discussed. The bulletin describes itself as an effort to reach out and connect Jewish marines in the camp.
- 1945 Apr. 19
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