A fascinating album containing 240 photographs (placed in the album's pockets) of Jews - She'erit HaPleita from various places in Europe, on their way to Eretz Israel, and in Israel. The 40s. The album reflects the process that the Jewish people went through after the Holocaust - the organization for immigration to Israel, photographs of Jews in various places in Europe in preparation for immigration, immigration, settlement, and joining the war effort in Eretz Israel during the War of Independence.
Among the photographs that appear: young Jews from Poznan in their city after the Holocaust, She'erit HaPleita in various places in Europe on their way to Eretz Israel, photographs of the interior of synagogues in Europe (apparently in Italy), Jewish gravestones, many passport photographs of young people - immigrants from Europe, social activities of young Jews in Europe (probably after the holocaust), group and individual photographs of the "Zionist youth", photographs of Jewish soldiers and underground fighters in Eretz Israel, young celebrating the Bikurim holiday in Eretz Israel at the end of the 1940s, and more. Some of the photographs are described on the back, some photographs of members of the Glazer family, Idelschein, Wiener, and others. It is possible that some of the photographs (especially those on the first pages of the album in which many young people are seen) are from the 1930s, before the outbreak of the World War.
Album: 33x24 cm. Average size photographs: 9x7 cm. Tears in the album cover. The The upper part of front cover is missing (only the cardboard panel). The photos are in very good condition. The album itself is in moderate condition.