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Illegal Immigrant children at Haifa Port, Eretz Israel April 1947

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Two boys, Holocaust survivors, who arrived on the ship 'Theodor Herzl,' talking with British soldiers in Haifa, Eretz Israel, April 1947. The boys' mother was injured when the ship was captured by the British at night near the coast of Eretz Israel. On deck, second from right, is standing Franka Pergamenter, who warns the children (in Yiddish) that the soldiers are being
nice to them for the sake of propaganda. The photo was published in a British illustrated newspaper on May 24, 1947.
(The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Beit Hatfutsot, courtesy Franka Pergamenter, Tel Aviv)

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1947
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138771
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Illegal Immigrant children at Haifa Port, Eretz Israel April 1947

Two boys, Holocaust survivors, who arrived on the ship 'Theodor Herzl,' talking with British soldiers in Haifa, Eretz Israel, April 1947. The boys' mother was injured when the ship was captured by the British at night near the coast of Eretz Israel. On deck, second from right, is standing Franka Pergamenter, who warns the children (in Yiddish) that the soldiers are being
nice to them for the sake of propaganda. The photo was published in a British illustrated newspaper on May 24, 1947.
(The Oster Visual Documentation Center, Beit Hatfutsot, courtesy Franka Pergamenter, Tel Aviv)

Image Purchase: For more details about image purchasing Click here, make sure you have the photo ID number (as appear above)