Civil War scholarship often overlooks the roles Jews played in efforts to preserve both the Union and the Confederacy. In "Jewish Soldiers in Blue and Gray," a first-of-its-kind film by Jonathan Gruber, we learn of the struggles American Jews faced both on the battlefield and at home during this nation's deadliest war. The history of the roles Jews played in the Civil War is fascinating, and Gruber's film reveals information about this history that will change forever how the viewer understands the Civil War. This program is the first of a two-part series created by and presented in partnership with The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.
Reception with filmmaker will precede the screening.
Hours of Operation
Admission & Fees
Seniors, Children (ages 4-12) & Breman members $8.00
Accessible by Public Transportation, Parking on Site, Public Restrooms
Near Interstate Highway
Suitable for Ages