LaKol - "For everyone" - a one-time cartoon booklet about the affairs of life edited by David Tidhar. A special humor booklet with about a hundred pictures, published in preparation for the holiday of Purim - Tel Aviv 1931.
A booklet of cartoons, jokes and articles about the Land of Israel - cartoons about the assembly of elected representatives, jokes about the Jewish settlement, about the heads of the agency, about the elections to the national committee, and more. In addition, there are reports about the Jewish world. On page 15 a short article about the narrowing of the Jews' steps in Germany: "It is known that it is possible that Einstein will settle in the United States if the Hitlerist movement increases in Germany", and it is also written that "every Jew who enters Germany after 1914 will be expelled from it" and other decrees that the writer expects will not be implemented due to opposition from the American side, and more . On the back of the cover under the title "Purim in Tel Aviv" there is an illustration of Hebrew workers working on a huge illustration of Esther the Queen and the inscription: "Hebrew workers are needed for the decorations of Esther the Queen. If during the harvest you are boycotted "for lack of work" don't worry! Purim is approaching and Agadati uses only Hebrew labor.. ".
26 p. 32 cm. Stains and slight tears in the cover. Loose cover. Good condition.