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Atlanta, Georgia
March 26, 1992
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38 pages

Jake (Jacob) Alhadeff's grandparents and parents came from Turkey through Cuba and then on to the United States. He got his Bachelor of Science from the University of Georgia. He joined the Army in 1943 where he was educated at the Command and General Staff College in Leavenworth, Kansas. Jake Alhadeff belongs to the Sephardic community and Or VeShalom synagogue. He is currently a financial analyst. He married his wife, Mary, during his college years. The Alhadeffs have two children: Rochelle and Marilyn.

OHC-Jake Alhadeff

Jake Alhadeff (1915 - ) - Oral History

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