PALESZTINA ASSZONYSZEMMEL - "Palestine in the eyes of women" - A collection of articles by Jewish women about Eretz Israel and the contribution of the Jewish woman to the Zionist effort. Published by Kudelka Sandorne, WIZO Budapest 1944 - Only edition. Hungarian.
"How a dream becomes reality - written by women and addressed to the female audience"" (from the introduction) - A rare publication written solely by women at a time when "a storm is raging in the world, there is much trouble and despair everywhere... women's Jewish organizations, institutions, and associations are doing everything to alleviate problems... This book deals with these problems and their solutions as seen and felt in a woman's heart" - The book expresses the efforts of Jewish women amidst the challenges facing European Jewry on the eve of World War II. It includes articles by several writers - including Dr. Sarah Friedlander, Mrs. Alk Szilard, Mrs. Lasslo Breszloyer, Mrs. Lasslo Landsman, and others, describing the contribution of women's organizations to the Zionist effort in education, the fight against antisemitism and the rebuilding of Eretz Israel, the role of women in building the "Hebrew village" in Eretz Israel, Zionist women's camps, education using the "natural method" in Eretz Israel, the religious education of the Jewish mother, the results of the 1935 WIZO conference held in Budapest and the contribution it brought from Hungarian Jewry for Eretz Israel, women in Hebrew literature and poetry, the Bezalel School of Arts in Eretz Israel, the relations between the Jewish nation and Jewish religion, and more. Some articles discuss the development of the Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel, and there is also reference to women who participated in Herzl's Zionist idea and helped him as early as the First Zionist Congress in Basel. The last page includes the Hatikvah anthem in Hungarian, with musical notation.
Rare. Only two copies in the world cat library catalog.
119  p. On the cover is an illustration of a woman against the backdrop of a map of Eretz Israel and a immigrant ship. Cardboard cover and illustrated cardboard jacket, everything complete. Light wear to cover. Good condition.