I've poked around this in some earlier posts but I've never directly asked about it. What was the average experience of Jewish-American GI's in Europe during the war? Were they discriminated against? Were they discouraged from filling combat roles, knowing how they'd be treated if captured by the Germans? Or were they thrown into the breach with the gentiles? All that said... I know there are many Stars of David in the various WW2-era American cemeteries, and I'm certain, particularly in '44, Eisenhower and Bradley didn't give a rat's ass who you prayed to, as long as you could hold and fire a rifle. Very interested in this perspective, as my grandfather was Jewish... although the war apparently changed a lot of that for him. Like many others, he was not the same man when he returned home from the war.