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Athens, Georgia
April 27, 2002
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14 pages

Selig and Helen Glauser came to Athens, Georgia to be with their son, Ed and his family. Both were born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and met during the war. Selig became a navigator on B-17s and B-24s and Helen did war work at home. Selig was in the automotive industry and then started his own consulting firm. After retirement they moved to Florida and then to Athens, Georgia. They discuss their family, World War II, their marriage, children and issues of interest to Jews: intermarriage, Israel, antisemitism, etc. Both volunteer extensively in the community including at public schools and hospitals.

OHC-Selig and Helen Glauser

Selig and Helen Glauser - Oral History

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Emigration and Immigration


Glauser, Selig


Glauser, Helen (1926 - )


Congregation Children of Israel (Athens, Ga.)
Synagogues

Athens (Ga.)
Georgia

Georgia


Philadelphia (Penn.)
Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania


Public Schools


World War, 1939-1945


United States. Army. Signal Corps
Armed Forces--United States

Columbia Air Base - Columbia, South Carolina
Military bases

Military Bases


United States. Army Air Forces
Armed Forces--United States

B-17 (military airplane)
Airplanes, Military; World War, 1939-1945

Airplanes, Military
Airplanes

B-24 (military airplane)
Airplanes,Military

Navigators (air crews)


Jewish soldiers


Temple University
Universities and Colleges

Universities and Colleges


Automobile Industry and Trade


Florida


War Work
Civil War; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945

Glauser, William (Dr.)


Raleigh, North Carolina
North Carolina

North Carolina


Glauser, Edward


Poland


Antisemitism


Intermarriage


Israel


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