All posts tagged Mark Dapin

The high flying Jewish Anzac

The dramatic true story of Cyril Borsht’s experiences as a Lancaster bomber pilot on dangerous missions over Nazi-occupied Europe is just one of hundreds included in Mark Dapin’s landmark book Jewish Anzacs.

Jewish Diggers feature in Anzac exhibition

A section devoted to telling the stories of some of the almost 1600 Australian Jewish men and women who served in the Great War is being included in the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience, which will be on at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from April 15-27.

Landmark book on Jewish Diggers

Jewish Anzacs, the most comprehensive book detailing the lives and remarkable stories of mateship, sacrifice and valour of Jews who served in the Australian military, hit bookshops across the country on April 1.

Do you know these Diggers?

WITH the Centenary of Anzac fast approaching, the Australian Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) needs your help.

Hero’s medals go on display

THE NSW Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women (NAJEX) is set to present a set of medals of a Jewish World War II hero to the Sydney Jewish Museum.

Dapin signs on for Jewish military history book

A BOOK chronicling the history of Jews serving in Australia’s military is a step closer to becoming reality after popular Jewish author Mark Dapin officially signed on as author.

Spirit of a wartime hero

NOT long before he left England for good, Mark Dapin spent a significant amount of time with his grandfather and his grandfather’s last-surviving war buddies, “just drinking”. The stories they […]

Authors flock to festival

BRITISH author Howard Jacobson, who won last year’s £50,000 ($A76,500) Man Booker Prize for fiction with The Finkler Question, will be one of the international guests at the Sydney Writers’ […]