New York, Youth Department Of Jewish National Fund Of America, 1938. Paperback. Item #37915
First edition. Original illustrated paper wrappers. 8vo. 12 pages; 23 cm. Nazi-era pamphlet detailing the acquisition of Hanita, an area in the upper Galilee, and the dangerous, heroic experiences of the first Jews who settled there. “Glimpse into the daily experiences of the heroes in the Hanita Epic as reflected in their letters to comrades who remained in the Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair at Petach Tikvah. ” “Should I fall a victim, I will fall for a great cause, the cause of the oppressed Jewish nation. ” “I have no words to describe to you what is burning within me. I feel myself fortunate that I, too, am taking part in reclaiming the Galil. ” Includes high quality black-and-white photographs of the settlers and a map. SUBJECT (S) : Hanita, Jewish immigration, Palestine. OCLC lists no holdings. Minimal pencil markings that do not affect text. Binding somewhat loose. Good condition. Rare. (zion-11-22).