by Association of Jewish Scouts in Israel, Guides Group A.
28 pp. non-traditional Haggadah, containing contemporary texts and interesting reproduction illustrations on every page after ink and graphite drawings. 8vo. Orig. illustrated wrpps., some minor pen notations to cover. Haifa (Association of Jewish Scouts in Israel, Guides Group A) 1949. The Jewish Scouts federation was started in 1919 with groups in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Haifa. After the secession of some sections in 1930, the federation was dissolved, and reformed in 1936 under the Education Department of the Jewish National Council, or Va'ad Le'ummi. They focused on agricultural training and pioneering on the land, and started establishing kibbutzim in 1949. Because the Jewish Scouts were a co-educational organization, it was not admitted to the world scouting movement until 1951, and in 1953 merged with Muslim, Christian, and Druze scouts in Israel to form the Israel Boy and Girl Scout Federation. As of April 2015, we were unable to locate this work on WorldCat. (Inventory #: 48257)
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