Swirling Sands, Tel Aviv of the 1930’s Through the Lens of Ze’ev Aleksandrowicz

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A rare photography collection illustrating “the city that never sleeps.” Published by Galicia Jewish Museum in 2009, paperback, 68 pages, English+Hebrew.

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Ze’ev Aleksandrowicz followed his zionist vision to Palestine three times between 1932 - 1935. Here we see the Tel Aviv that was home to a small and hopeful population of Jewish people during the era of the British Mandate documented in his photographic journal.
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