The Imperial War Museum describes the Jewish Brigades of World War II this way:
Terrorist activities: Men of the 1st Battalion, Jewish Brigade during a march past. The Jewish Brigade was formed in September 1944 and fought in Italy under the British Eighth Army. Many of its members went on to join the Haganah and other illegal formations.That is how they describe the Jewish Brigades???
This is inexcusable. Nothing about how they were formed, how they trained, how they fought - just calling them future terrorists (and incidentally referring to the Haganah as an illegal organization, which it wasn't - at times it cooperated with the British.)
The IWM does have some interesting pages, though, like this photo of a menorah built for orphan children from a Sten gun and cartridges.
(h/t Josh K)