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Front: Image of young man with agricultural equipment; Back: In addition to handstamps and handwritten notes, the following text is adhered: “A GERMAN REFUGEE IN PALESTINE- This young boy is one of more than 30,000 Jewish Refugees from Germany who have found a haven of safety and security in the Jewish National Home in Palestine. Agricultural training is provided these youngsters between the ages of fifteen and seventeen so that they may take their proper place on the Jewish farms in Palestine. Funds to accelerate the rebuilding of Palestine so that ever greater numbers of the Jews of Germany, Poland and other Central and Eastern European lands may be absorbed, are sought by the United Palestine Appeal, combining the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund, which asks $3,500,000 from American Jewry during 1936. (Copyright – 1936 by United Palestine Appeal).
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: According to press release, this youth is one of more than 30,000 Jewish refugees from Germany who have found safe haven in Palestine. He is receiving agricultural training in order to be integrated into Palestine kibbutz system.
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"German Jewish Refugee in Palestine" (1936). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2016.1.39.