Published 1969 by Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences in Jerusalem .
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|Statement||by Ch. Rapaport, Rivḳa Arad.|
|Series||Research report / Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences ;, no. 136, Publication / Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences ;, no. 483|
|Contributions||Arad, Rivḳa., Mekhon Henriyėtah Sold.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 95/01516 (L)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||95117405|
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Youth Aliyah (originally called the “Committee for the Assistance of Jewish Youth”) opened its office in Berlin on this date in — the same day that Adolf Hitler took power as chancellor of Germany.
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The fourth chapter of Kaplan's book lays this out comprehensively, and so readers of the Youth Aliyah article would appreciate an understanding that Jewish children were going to other places besides Palestine.
If anyone wants to comment on these changes. Youth Aliya was originally founded in to rescue Jewish youth from Nazi Germany. As a result of its efforts, some 5, teenagers were spared the horrors of the Holocaust and brought to Israel to be educated at Youth Aliya boarding schools.
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I was swept away by the romance of the story, entranced by the characters and identified strongly with the Jews struggling to establish their. Michaelis, one of the founders of the Youth Aliya office in Berlin, was summoned to appear before Adolf Eichmann, at that time the head of the Jewish department in the Nazi secret police apparatus.
Apart from the interrogation itself, the document offers a glimpse into the reality lived by the Jews in Germany on the brink of the Holocaust. Documents on the Holocaust Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland, and the Soviet Union YOUTH ALIYA SCHOOL IN VIENNA, Book chapter Full text access.
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Promoting library services to children and young people, Followers: K. Before widescale emigration in the early s, North Africa's Jewish communities were among the largest in the world. Without Jewish emigrants from North Africa, Israel's dynamic growth would simply not have occured. North African Jews, also called Maghribi, strengthed the new Israeli state through their settlements, often becoming the victims of Arab-Israeli conflicts and terrorist attacks.
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Who is Alija-Aliya Izetbegovic. In addition to the political struggle that he started in his youth years,he has published his books and has brought serious philosophical and political. German-born Recha Freier founded Youth Aliyah inwhich assisted in sending Jewish European teenagers to Palestine prior to World War II to be trained as agricultural pioneers on kibbutzim.
Although she was responsible for saving the lives of many thousands of Jewish youth, Freier’s efforts were not officially acknowledged untilwhen she was eighty-three years old.
The Central Zionist Archives holds the archives of the Youth Aliyah Department, ab files of the Youth Aliyah Office in Jerusalem in the years The purpose of this body, founded inwas to assist youth immigration to files.
YOUTH ALIYAHYOUTH ALIYAH (Heb. עֲלִיַּת יְלָדִים וָנֹעַר, Aliyyat Yeladim va-No'ar; "Children and Youth Aliyah"), a branch of the Zionist movement founded for the purpose of rescuing Jewish children and young people from hardship, persecution, or deprivation and giving them care and education in Ereẓ Israel.
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These documents on the theory, planning, and execution of, and reaction and resistance to, the Nazi plan to exterminate European Jews date from the s through the closing days of World War II and focus on the experience of eastern Europe.
ø The crystallization of the principles of Nazi anti-Semitism, the policies of the Third Reich toward the Jews, the period of segregation and. An orphanage was housed there after World War I, and in the baron gave the entire village to Henrietta Szold, Meir Shfeyah Youth Aliya Village Author: LISA SAMIN.
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His father arranged for him to go on a Youth Aliya transport to Palestine. After a four day train ride, he boarded the Champillion for Haifa. In Israel Kaplan edited "Fun Letstn Hurbn" [From the Last Extermination], one of the earliest histories of the Holocaust.
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On 5 August,a group of student delegates came together in San Francisco for the inaugural International Congress of Youth Voices.
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