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Marga on the backdrop of the ruins of Pompeii
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The Acropolis. Another station on the road to Israel
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At the Agricultural School for Jewish Girls in Nahalal
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Traveling across the country
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A donkey operates a water pump near Lake Kinneret
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The Carmel Hotel in Afula
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A visit to Beit She'an
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The end of innocence
In October 1933, Erich and Marga Cohen leave their home in Germany on an organized trip to the Land of Israel, as Nazis' rise to power. They arrive in Haifa and travel across the country. Their daughter, Miriam Hazeh, shares the photos from that trip with Ynet readers. First part
Erich and Marga Cohen are a Jewish couple who used to live in the city of Brandenbourg in Germany and made a living from a department store they owned.

 

The two were members of a Zionist movement, and in 1933, after the Nazis rose to power, they decided to take an organized trip to the Holy Land.

 

Miriam Hazeh, Erich and Marga's daughter, asked to share the photos from that trip to the Land of Israel with Ynet readers.


 

Trip to Israel passes through Italy, in the ruins of Pompeii


 In October 1933 they arrive at the Haifa Bay


Bus service from the Lower City to the Hadar and Herzliya neighborhoods


 Well in Haifa


Marga at the foot of a neighborhood on the road leading to the Carmel Mountain


 Building in Hadar Hacarmel


 Marga near dairy farm in Kibbutz Beit Alfa


 Meeting locals in Beit She'an


The Naharayim Lake in the Jordan Valley, a year after the power station was built


 Erich on the backdrop of the dairy in Hadera

 

  • Next week: The Cohens visit Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Hebron

 

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