We are making huge efforts to preserve and promote the Jewish heritage, particularly Jewish military history and we put lots of energy, time and money into it on our own too. We are proud of this and we love doing what we do, but we need your help to be more efficient. All the content you see here/will discover in the documentary is free for you to view.
Our documentary project is entirely educational and not commercial. We're fiscally sponsored by the International Documentary Association (IDA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation. Donations are tax-deductible and this let you help.
Please join our mission by remembering the lost Jewish heroes and donate to us today. Every little helps and each Facebook share contributes. Spread the word and let us never forget the forefathers who fought and died for our future.
A few years ago, we had a huge vision that first seemed to be impossible as first-time filmmakers. Theodor Herzl said "If you will, it is no dream". Our mission is to tell the story of Jewish military history and bring it as close to the public as possible. We believe making colourised documentary and educational films on the forgotten Jewish heroes is the best way to do so.
Jewish military history is an enormous topic, and despite having thousands of years of traditions and heritage it has been sadly neglected from most history books and documentaries. That's what we want to change by producing academic films and revealing the fascinating experience of the gallant Jewish troops.
We decided to bring the Jewish soldiers' image to the people, starting this journey from a very influential chapter: the American Civil War. Our first film is The Jewish 48'ers which we made out of love for Jewish culture. It's more than just a documentary, while making it we had the chance of unearthing materials that have never been seen before. We are proud of our forefathers who picked up the arms for having equal rights during the Spring Revolutions of 1848, and we believe they deserve to be remembered. Instead of retiring in 1861 and enjoying their new home in America, they will fight again on the frontline to defend the Union and in order to destroy the slavery.
We, the descendants must keep their heritage alive, and on the other hand Antisemitic lies (that often-become hate crimes) must not be tolerated. This is why we created this educational and non-commercial project and we have been working hard to bring an undiscovered history to you.
We're committed to spread the message of the Jewish soul that achieved so many glories in the world.
The Jewish 48'ers is just the first step unearthing our beautiful and lost heritage. Please help us in this struggle as we are very tight on funds.
Donations are tax-deductible.