A soldier in Jason's company is Jewish. He tells the Waltons what is happening to Jews by the Nazis. Meanwhile, Elizabeth is getting teased for being such a smart student at school.
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[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
The battlefields of World War Two were thousands of miles from Waltons Mountain, but those times brought about many changes for my family on the home front. My brother, Jason, was training recruits at nearby Camp Rockfish and, like all servicemen, forming the close relationships that became so important during the war. For the youngest members of our household the changes were not too drastic. There were still chores to do, ...
Traditional Hasidic melody
Words attributed to Avraham Zvi Idelsohn (1918)
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