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Jewish Communities in World War I
World War I was fought mostly across the continent of Europe and was one of the only occasions in history when Jewish soldiers fought against one another on opposing sides. With Jews living throughout Europe, it was only inevitable that the war would affect Jewish lives in numerous ways, not just those actually fighting but also communities devastated by the effects of war. The following sources provide a glimpse into Jewish lives and communities during the harrowing years of World War I.
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