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Medical forms from Aliyat Hanoar

Document | Accession Number: 2018.449.2

Contains seventeen forms, both typed and handwritten, with medical examinations results, issued by Jüdische Jugendhilfe [Assistance for Jewish Youth], for would-be immigrants to Palestine, in Vienna, Berlin, Zurich, Freiburg, Tachov (Czechoslovakia) and other locations. Jüdische Jugendhilfe [Assistance for Jewish youth] was the official title of "Aliyat HaNo'ar" organization in Germany, meant to mask its Zionist goals. The organization was founded in 1933 by Recha Freier, and acted to unite Jewish youth movements, to give their members professional training and to obtain immigration certificates to Palestine. On the eve of World War II, due to the difficulty to get immigration certificates and to absorb more young people in Palestine, the selection process became stricter and included medical and physical examinations.

Date
creation:  1938
Language
German
Genre/Form
Questionnaires.
Extent
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Crown Family.
 
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:05:24
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