[Fred Monosson Home Movies #10]

United Jewish Appeal Delegation Tours Israel

18 Minutes, Unknown date
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Directed by: Fred Monosson
Photographer: Fred Monosson
Language: Silent
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A delegation of the United Jewish Appeal visits various in Israel: Arab villages destroyed in the War of Independence; Carmel Winery in Rishon Lezion; war damage in Nir Am kibbutz; Beersheba after its occupation, where IDF soldiers guard Arab prisoners, and members of the delegation meet the military governor of the city, Major Michael Hanegbi; war trenches in Beit Eshel; a meeting with the United States Ambassador to Israel James Grover McDonald; sights of Jerusalem: Beit Hamaalot, Yemin Moshe, ruins in Ben Yehuda Street after a car bomb attack, Yeshurun ​​Synagogue. Members of Buchenwald kibbutz (Netzer Sereni kibbutz) at work; rehabilitation center for the war wounded in Netanya; a meeting with new Jewish immigrants at the Pardes Hana Immigrant Camp; Israeli Navy recruits train outside the Technion in Haifa; streets of Haifa and its port, where immigrant and cargo ship dock; children at an immigrant reception center in Alonim kibbutz; Nahalal moshav; Gvat kibbutz; many boys march through Safed on their way to Tel Hai to mark Adar 11; Ein HaShofet kibbutz; new Jewish immigrants from Yemen, that landed at Lod Airport via Operation Magic Carpet, drink coffee and dance a hora.

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