Berlin: Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kinder- und Jugend-Alijah, Bismarck-Photo, Around 1930. In original portfolio. 10 photos Photographs: 11 x 16 cm, portfolio: 35 cm. Very good condition A few blemishes to the portfolio.
Ten photographs in a portfolio (with an enclosed dedication card). The photographs are mounted on thick papers, accompanied by handwritten captions in German, and depict the Aliyat HaNo'ar: agricultural work in the garden and the field, students in a Heder, a building in Jerusalem, a carpentry shop, and more. One of the photographs is attributed to photographer Zoltan Kluger (1934) – the first group of Aliyat HaNo'ar marching to "Ein Harod". Possibly, the other photographs were also taken by him (it is also possible that they were taken by other photographers). Jugend-Alijah, Youth Immigration) is a Jewish organization that rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Nazis during the Third Reich.