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The aim of Operation Benjamin is to locate Jewish personnel at American military cemeteries all over the world who, for various reasons, were buried under markers incorrectly representing their religion and heritage. Our mission is to correct these mistakes and provide, these many decades later, comfort to the families of the fallen. We work quietly and with dignity, without any cost to the families involved.
Learn more about what we do and the history of the project.
Meet the people who work quietly to correct the mistakes of the past.
Learn about the steps we take to request grave marker changes.
Learn more about the young soldiers whose headstones have been changed.
Our project is named for Private Benjamin Garadetsky, a Jewish soldier mistakenly buried under a Latin Cross at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France. Private Garadetsky’s case was the first for which our team’s efforts led to a successful marker change.
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