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http://gijew.com/memorial/worldwarii/

I am trying to see if this link is a full list. If not where can I find one?

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    I'm going to guess there were more than 300 Jewish people in WWII. I presume you mean US soldiers who served in WWII? Could you clarify? – Schwern Feb 25 '16 at 4:38
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    That list apparently only aims to include includes those who fell in action, and does not claim to be complete – Henry Feb 25 '16 at 8:29
  • Somewhat ironically the question is also unclear who is considered Jew .. – Greg Feb 28 '16 at 15:38
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No, this is a very short list.

This Wikipedia article puts the number of Jewish-American soldiers at about 500,000.

I can confirm that neither my grandfather or his brother (KIA), US soldiers serving in France during 1944 and 1945, are on the list that you have linked to.

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It would be very difficult to find a full list because in the US, Jews are considered white, and large numbers of racial Jews are not Jews by religion. So I doubt there is anywhere on the internet you could find such a list.

For reference, most eligible men were drafted in WW2. So any given male born 1916-27 likely served in the war. You can look up census records for Jewish sounding names, but this will not be a comprehensive list because it doesn't consider unfit for service or crypto-Jews.

http://1940census.archives.gov

What percentage of eligible men were drafted during WW2 and Vietnam?

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