The following post is from October 31, 2016 at the times-series.co.uk:
The history of Jewish people in wartime London needs recording before it is lost, according to a new online project.
It is estimated 40-50,000 British Jews served in Britain’s armed forces in the First World War, while thousands more were involved in war work and support roles near to the battlefields and on the home front.
We Were There Too is a new website where Jewish families can log their family records, including letters, photographs, medals and more, to contribute to a database on London’s Jewish history from 1914-1918.
Thanks to ResearchBuzz for the heads-up.