Large text only poster created to encourage Jews in Palestine to serve in the British Army
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Broadside produced by the Jewish Agency and Va'ad Leumi appealing to Jews in the British Mandate of Palestine to enlist in the British Army in September 1939. It encourages Jews to defend Great Britain in the war against Germany despite the injustice of the British government issued White Paper policy of May 1939, which severely limited Jewish immigration to Palestine. Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, and that same month, Great Britain declared war against Germany. The Jewish Agency and Va'ad Leumi were responsible for Jewish communal affairs in Palestine.
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Also in Jewish community broadside collection
The collection consists of two broadsides and a publication relating to the Berlin Jewish Community and the death of President von Hindenburg, British Army enlistment in Palestine, and the Hay internment camp in Australia before and during World War II.
Small text only poster issued by the Berlin Jewish Community on the death of President von Hindenburg
Handbill published by the Berlin Jewish Community to express their condolences upon the death of President Paul von Hindenburg on August 2, 1934. It announces a memorial service to be held on August 12. As Field Marshal and Commander of German forces during World War I, Hindenburg became immensely popular throughout the country. He was elected president in 1925 and reelected in 1932. He appointed Hitler as Chancellor in January 1933.