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Non-traditional Haggadah - Hanoar Hazioni Farm, 1952
Sold for: $80
Auction house commission: 22%
VAT: On commission only
Non-traditional Haggadah Published by the Dr. Israel Goldstein Youth Farm. Jerusalem, 1952. Writing and Illustrations by Meir G. Many texts relating to the conquest of Jerusalem, the ingathering of the exiles, and the essence of the Passover holiday.
The text of "Vayihi Be-hazi halayla", which refers to the redemption of Egypt, replaced with a text referring to the liberation of the Katamon neighborhood in Jerusalem on the eve of Passover: "And in the middle of the night Jerusalem was the eternal capital of Israel. The road from the lowlands is blocked, the food supply in the city goes on and on ... In those days, the Haganah units decided to purge the new Jerusalem from the enemy's ... A difficult battle developed ... Fate was sealed on Passover night The Katamon neighborhood was liberated by the Haganah. Israeli soldiers decided that this place would create a home for Israel's persecuted children in the world. The house is up ... and the children's raised in our house are carried over the hillsides that were released on Seder night. ' At the edge of the section, illustration of the soldiers of the Haganah are besieging the Katamon neighborhood by Menachem Kalif. (In the War of Independence, the neighborhood was a buffer between the Hebrew neighborhoods in the southern part of the city - Mekor Haim, Talpiot and Arnona - and Rehavia and the city center. After the Arab residents evacuated the neighborhood, it was relatively easily conquered by the Haganah in the first months of 1948).
The Passover section of the Passover Haggadah is dedicated to the Passover holiday in Poland and Lithuania and the Passover holiday of Israel's exiles in the distant lands of the Diaspora, with the strange and strange customs, a vague inheritance of ancient generations: Pesach Yemen and Persia, Morocco and the Caucasus Mountains. This is one miraculous rhythm of the heartbeat of the mountain Jew in the Caucasus and the joyful dances of Hechalutz Hatzair, the world today from the new spot in the Jezreel Valley to celebrate its Passover in our eternal national capital ... " The text of Had Gadya is also different from the current version, and more.
Does not appear on the Steiner list. This year does not appear in the National Library.
 leaves. Stains in binding. fine condition.