Beitar group photographs
Consists of thirty-one posed group and individual photographs, printed on postcards, depicting members of the Beitar (Betar) movement in Latvia in the 1920s and 1930s. The movement, which was a Revisionist Zionist youth organization founded by Vladimir Jabotinsky, and the photographs include some of youth in uniform and meeting in groups.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, The Abraham and Ruth Goldfarb Family Acquisition Fund
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Also in Vladimir Jabotinsky, Zionism, and prewar Palestine collection
The collection consists of artifacts, documents, and photographs relating to Vladimir Jabitinsky, the Zionist movement in prewar Europe, and life in prewar Palestine.
Consists of nineteen photographs taken of a parade in the city of Jerusalem in honor of the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin Al-Husseini. The photographs were taken in the 1930s.
Consists of one scrapbook containing pasted photographs and clippings and illustrated with colorful painted artwork and captioning, depicting the activities of a Hashomer Hatzair Jewish youth group in Vilnius (Vilna), Lithuania, between 1928 and 1931.
Consists of one posed photograph of a large group of men living in the Asmara detention camp in Eritrea, circa 1945. The photograph depicts the flag of Israel and a sign which reads, in Hebrew, "Zion's Exiles in Asmara." Related to this is a small piece of grey cloth stamped with a Hebrew mark reading "Jabotinsky Day in Asmara Exile, 29 Tamuz 1946" commemorating the sixth anniversary of Jabotinsky's death (2011.418.4.2), which is cataloged separately.
Consists of a small piece of gray cloth stamped with a Hebrew mark reading "Jabotinsky Day in Asmara Exile, 29 Tamuz 1946" commemorating the sixth anniversary of Jabotinsky's death (2011.418.4.2).