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Tribute Journal Honoring Jewish WW2 Veterans

Celebrate Your Favorite Veteran!

Be sure to place your dedication in The Breman’s Tribute Journal. Celebrate and honor the achievements of the Jewish men and women who were part of America’s armed services - both on and off the battlefields.  The Journal will feature photographs, memories and salutes to our service men and women, both past and present.

Like all Americans, throughout our country’s history, Jews have either enlisted or been drafted into all branches of the service. Their stories and their experiences – both tragic and triumphant – provide glimpses of the camaraderie, faith, fear, horror, and heroism that were all part of their service.  Most speak of the deep meaning they found in “getting the job done.”  In the course of compiling the Journal, The Breman has benefitted greatly by the addition of photographs and memorabilia to its Archives and video interviews to its Esther and Herbert Taylor Oral History Project.

The Journal, to be presented at a special Memorial weekend Family Day event at The Breman, will also contain a listing of museum members.  There is a cost for the dedication space.  The Journal will be distributed free of charge. For information about placing a dedication in the Journal, please contact Journal Chair, Debbie Neese, 404/262-1609,; or Jane Leavey 404/870-1861,

$300  Full-page tribute with up to 4 photographs, Maximum of 120 words
[Add to Cart]

$150  Half-page tribute with 1 or 2 photographs, Maximum of 95 words
[Add to Cart]

$75 Quarter-page tribute with 1 photograph, Maximum of 35 words
[Add to Cart]

View examples of tributes.


To submit digital images and text, please contact Ruth Einstein: 678-222-3732 or by e-mail.

To contribute a story of a beloved veteran by mail, download a copy of the Participation Form.

Only photographs submitted with a self-addressed, stamped envelope will be returned.

Please DO NOT write on the front or the back of your photograph.

On a separate sheet of paper, specify the person’s name, branch of armed forces, rank (optional), and place and dates of service, if known.  Additional text may be added up to the maximum word limit for the size of ad you have selected.

To avoid editing by the Journal committee, be certain to stay within the maximum word limit for your ad.

Specify wording of heading.  Examples: “In Honor Of”, In Memory Of”, In Recognition Of”, “In Remembrance Of”, etc.  Heading should be brief.

If writing by hand, please print clearly.

Do not paperclip or staple your text onto your photo.

Please note: Up to 4 photographs may be submitted for full page ads only.Using more than one photograph may reduce area for text.

Put both photograph(s) and text in a sturdy envelope, along with a printed copy of the form, and payment, if paying by check.

Mail or deliver photographs and/or text to:
Debbie Neese, Journal Chair
c/o The Breman Museum
1440 Spring Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309


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Ensign Herbert J. Rosenberg, Jr., holding his son, Jerry Rosenberg, c.1944.

Ensign Herbert J. Rosenberg, Jr., holding his son, Jerry Rosenberg, c.1944.


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Videos held in The Breman library.

Holocaust Teaching Trunk.