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Group portrait of displaced persons in Kibbutz Mekor Baruch, a Poal Mizrachi fishing hachshara in Bacoli, Italy.

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    Group portrait of displaced persons in Kibbutz Mekor Baruch, a Poal Mizrachi fishing hachshara in Bacoli, Italy.
    Group portrait of displaced persons in Kibbutz Mekor Baruch, a Poal Mizrachi fishing hachshara in Bacoli, Italy.

Pictured from left to right are Eliezer Majerovic, Aryeh Bein Horin, Yaakov Gutman and Meir (Miki) Weiss.

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    Group portrait of displaced persons in Kibbutz Mekor Baruch, a Poal Mizrachi fishing hachshara in Bacoli, Italy.

    Pictured from left to right are Eliezer Majerovic, Aryeh Bein Horin, Yaakov Gutman and Meir (Miki) Weiss.
    Date
    1946 - 1947
    Locale
    Bacoli, [Naples] Italy
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Michael Tal
    Event History
    Kibbutz Mekor Baruch was established in Bacoli Italy, near Naples, in March 1946 at the instigation of Rabbi Baruch Epstein, a Palestinian rabbi serving in the British army. It consisted of 90 members, almost all affiliated with Torah VeAvodah religious Zionism. Because of its location next to the sea, it was decided that the members would be taught fishing. Among the Palestinian Jews who assisted in the hachshara was Shlomo Teitelbaum (later Tal), father of the donor.

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Michael Tal

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    2009-08-26 00:00:00
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