By Anshel Pfeffer, August 21, 2008
The Russian invasion of Georgia has been compared to many historical conflicts - from Iraq 2003 to Czechoslovakia and Munich 1938 - so here's another one: World War One.
In Jewish history, the Great War went down as the conflict in which Jews shot at Jews. Hundreds of thousands served with the warring armies of Britain, Germany, Austria, Russia, Italy, the US and Turkey.
The Balfour Declaration cast the allies as the pro-Zionists, but over 12,000 German Jews died for the fatherland.