Papers of Hitahadut Olej Germania, 1933-1934, an activity report, are divided into sections notably including correspondence from abroad providing details about prospective emigrants,including first help on arrival, economic organisation, cultural work, social work and financial report, 1933-1934; proposal for a credit bank, 1934; information circular regarding agricultural developments, 1934; remarks on the future work of Hitahadut Olej Germania, [1933-1934] and report on the remit of the Agricultural Department of Hitahadut Olej Germania, [1933-1934].
Hitahadut Olej Germania: reports and papers
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- ReferenceGB 1556 WL 945
- Dates of Creation1933-1934
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialGerman
- Physical Description1 file
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Administrative / Biographical History
Hitahadut Olej Germania was founded at the beginning of 1932 with the objective of providing advice and support to would-be emigrès from Germany to Palestine. The character of the organisation changed with the huge increase of emigrants during the great 'Alijah'  after which it became more involved with issues around settlement, and the economic and cultural life of the new immigrants.
The mother organisation, Mifleget ha-Avodah ha-Ziyyonit, was the Socialist Zionist party formed in 1920 by the union of Palestine Workers' Party, Ha-Po'el ha-Za'ir, with a majority of the Ze'irei Zion groups in the Diaspora. The latter groups had been formed in Russia at the beginning of the 20th Century by young Zionists who espoused the views of Ha-Po'el ha-Za'ir and intended to join the party upon their settlement in Erez Israel. The programme of Ze'irei Zion, announced at its second congress in Petrograd, in 1917, postulated the necessity to establish a Jewish labour commonwealth in the land of Israel and redirect the Jewish masses in the Diaspora to productive occupations.
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Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.
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