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[Pages 511-512]

Two of the first pioneers from Yedinitz in the training camp in Kishinev [page 512]  
Two of the first pioneers from Yedinitz
in the training camp in Kishinev

Right: Aryeh Zamora (Motsa, Israel)
Left: Yaakov (Yakel) Tepper (died in Israel)

 

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[Pages 513-514]

Natives of Yedinitz on the Fourth Migration to Palestine [page 514]  
Natives of Yedinitz on the Fourth Migration to Palestine
– a group of individuals in Petach Tikvah in the 1920s.
1. Shalom Serebernik-Caspi 2. Efraim Schwartzman 3. Zvi Rosenthal 4. Daniel Rosenblatt 5. Chana Schwartz (Dezherot's)-Pitel 6. Michael Pitel
 

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[Pages 515-516]

A group of pioneers in the Kishinev training camp in 1927 [page 516]  
A group of pioneers in the Kishinev training camp in 1927
Right: Eliezer Reich-Ro'i and his wife Rachele (Petach Tikvah)
 

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[Pages 517-518]

Meetings with Pioneers

Mordechai Reicher

        Every night snow fell all the time. A stormy wind blew around and carried the snow that fell onto the meager home that were in the yard where we lived near the Kinska synagogue where I prayed with my father when I was a child on the Sabbath and holidays.

        In the morning I awoke. The windows were covered with frozen white snow. I approached the window, curious about what was going on outside. The roofs, fences, and mounds of snow in front of our door were covered in white. With a bunch of books and notebooks under my arm, I went outside in order to go to the cheder class of R. Zusia the Teacher who lived in the yard near ours, with only a broken down fence separating them.

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