Ephraim Urbach collection
Circular letters, reports, and newsletters, and related materials, collected by Rabbi Dr. Ephraim Elimelech Urbach, during the time when he served as a chaplain with the British Army, ministering in displaced persons camps in Italy, circa 1944-1947. Includes two mimeographed reports issued by the Hechalutz Ha-Echad in Bari, Italy, 1946-1947; letters sent to various institutes in Palestine requesting medical supplies, books and teaching materials for use in displaced persons camps in Italy, 1944; typescript copy of a report filed by a representative (L. Bernstein) of the Central Committee of the Organization of Jewish Refugees in Italy, describing a visit to camps in southern Italy in the wake of unrest, including attacks by refugees on UNRRA officers, October 1946; memoranda from the Jewish Chaplains Welfare Centre, 1944; and one letter, on letterhead from the Beit-Alliat Hanoar, Selvino, Italy, addressed to the Histadrut executive committee of the Department of Pioneers, Tel Aviv, 1947.
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