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  • An Unassuming Postcard has Historical Significance

    An Unassuming Postcard has Historical Significance

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    There are two piece of American history that will fascinate historians forever: the Civil War and America’s involvement in World War II. These events were measures of every character trait found in mankind. Honor, courage, fear, justice, integrity, greed, hatred, forgiveness, tolerance, valor and audacity are only a few adjectives that describe the generations of…

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Ray Hahn

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Nathaniel Sener mailed a Jewish Welfare Board postcard home to his mother in 1919. He was not alone; it could be that as many as 800,000 soldiers and sailors, members of the US Army and Navy, did the same. Nat, as his family called him, lived on a western Maryland farm and most of his life was a mirror of the early 20th century. Learn about this interesting set of postcards and Nat Sener, too. Our newest feature will show just how much history a postcard can teach.

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