The Israel Film Service Collection

Independence Day Celebration 1961

11 Minutes, 1961
  • Rate
Directed by: Unknown
Production Company:Israel Film Service
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

A short documentary film produced by Geva Films in honor of the 13th Independence Day of the State of IsraelThe State of Israel is 13 years old, in Judaism it symbolizes the transition from childhood to adulthood, to mark that, boys and girls who also reached the age of 13 on that day are lighting the torches in the ceremony in Mount Herzl Representatives of minority groups in Nazareth come to greet the representatives of the state, and representatives of the diplomatic staff present their greetings to President Yitzhak BenZvi and Foreign Minister Golda Meir The IDFs military parade, the highlight of Independence Day Celebrations, takes place on King George Street in Jerusalem At the end of the parade, the celebrations begin throughout the country musical shows and dances, campfires, and fireworks

Subscribe to our mailing list and stay up to date
הירשמו לרשימת התפוצה שלנו והישארו מעודכנים

This will close in 0 seconds