Monday, January 24, 2011

Sgt Jacob 'Jack' Goldstein

Ron's brother Jack is commemorated at the excellent Aircrew Remembrance Society.

3 Comments:

Blogger Ron Goldstein said...

Peter

Thanks for posting this link.

I belong to the school of thought that says "A person is not truly dead until no-one ever mentions their name"

Ron

Wednesday, 26 January, 2011  
Blogger Catherine L said...

Many of us will now mention his name again. I am doing so right now.Thank you for giving your life for us, Sgt Jacob Goldstein.

Wednesday, 26 January, 2011  
Blogger ritsonvaljos said...

The website seems really good, and does justice to a sometimes 'forgotten' aspect of WW2. Particularly in the years 1940 - 1941 (beofre the Americans came into the war) there were not many other means of demonstrating active opposition to what was happening in German occupied Europe.

In 2011 there should be a new national memorial for those from Bomber Command who lost their lives in the war. It is long overdue.

Sunday, 30 January, 2011  

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