[Fred Riff] You'll be aware that, during the first unpleasantness, Jewish men formed 5 complete Battalions of the Royal Fusiliers (38th to 42nd (Service) Bns RF)?
Several interesting pages of history out there . . .
Cheers. I didn't realise there were complete battalions of Jews other than the Zion Mule Corps (and the Jewish Brigade in WW2).
Edited to add
Upon looking, I understand they were a kind of continuation of the ZMC.
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