The Israel Film Service Collection

Israel's Third Independence Day 1951

19 Minutes, 1951
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Directed by: Victor Vicas
Production:Samuel Schweig
Photographer: Jacob Marx, Shimon Fox, Laurie Friedman, Alfred Steinhardt, Rolf Kneller, Fred Csasznik
Original Music: רודולף Gahar
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

A film produced by the Israel Film Service for the United Jewish Appeal and the Intelligence Service of Israel, on the occasion of Israels third Independence Day, 1951On the morning of Independence Day, exactly three years after Israels declaration of independence, the tankers and the navy, the teenagers who study at the agricultural school and the leaders of the state, the immigrants in the crossings and the people of the moshav all prepare for this holiday Everyone comes out to watch and participate in the holiday events the general parade at Ramat Gan Stadium, the 501st settlement celebrations of Keren Hayesod in Gezer, the military parade in Jerusalem, and the rest of the celebrations and fireworks throughout the country At the same time as the celebrations, planes continue to land in Israel bringing the last Iraqi immigrants to Israel This film shows the preparations and celebrations to mark the achievements of the 3yearold country.

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