2 edition of Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah found in the catalog.
Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah
|Other titles||Henrietta Szold.|
|Statement||edited by Alexandra Lee Levin.|
|Contributions||Levin, Alexandra Lee, 1912-|
|LC Classifications||DS151.S9 A4 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 78 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||86082299|
The Hadassah Women’s Organization is a vernacular part of the Jewish vocabulary. More uncommonly known, however, is the name of Henrietta Szold, the woman whose tireless work led to the. Henrietta Szold was born on December 21, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The oldest of the eight daughters of Rabbi Benjamin Szold of Baltimore, she was born soon after the family’s arrival in the United States from Hungary. Sophia (Schaar) Szold was .
Henrietta Szold became the director of the ‘youth aliyah”, which rescued innumerable children from the Nazi horrors and from the Soviet Union. Henrietta Szold became the American “ambassador” to the Jews of Israel and the Israeli “ambassador” to the American . Henrietta Szold was an outstanding figure of the Zionist movement, a founder of the “Hadassah” organization, and the first head of the “Youth Aliya”. Henrietta Szold was born on the 21st of December, , in Baltimore, the State of Maryland. Her father was the rabbi Benjamin Szold who emigrated from Hungary in
Aug 21, · Summoned to Jerusalem: The Life of Henrietta Szold [Joan Dash] on themendocinoroofingnetwork.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 'February a crowded railway station in Haifa, Palestine. Crowds of people wait for a train to pull in. Through a winter of anguish the Jews of Palestine have longed for this train. It arrives and from the open windows hundreds of little hands wave blue-and-white themendocinoroofingnetwork.com by: Henrietta Szold organized numerous groups dedicated to zionist efforts, including Hebras Zion, one of the earliest such groups in the United States, and Hadassah, a women’s society. Szold was the daughter of a rabbi and taught in his synagogue from an early age. From to , she served as.
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Youth Aliyah (Hebrew: עלית הנוער, Aliyat Hano'ar, German: Jugend-Alijah, Youth Immigration) is a Jewish organization that rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Nazis during the Third themendocinoroofingnetwork.com Aliyah arranged for their resettlement in Palestine in kibbutzim and youth villages that became both home and school.
Aliyah being the Zionist tenet of going to themendocinoroofingnetwork.comr: Recha Freier. Henrietta Szold (/ z oʊ l d / ZOHLD, Hungarian: ; December 21, – February 13, ) was a U.S. Jewish Zionist leader and founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of themendocinoroofingnetwork.comshe co-founded Ihud, a political party in Mandatory Palestine dedicated to a binational solutionBorn: December 21,Baltimore, Maryland, United.
Henrietta Szold enlisted generations of American Jewish women in the practical work of supporting Jewish settlement in Palestine and Israel. As an essayist, translator, and editor, she became one of the few women to play a foundational role in creating a meaningful American Jewish culture.
By June, after personally interviewing each child, Szold was satisfied with the children’s progress toward normalcy.
“What pleases me most is that they are beginning to frolic, to be children,” she wrote in one of her letters collected in Alexandra Levin’s book Henrietta Szold Author: Randy Grigsby.
Henrietta Szold's prodigious capacity for work and unwavering sense of duty, her powerful intellect and ability to meet new challenges, the breadth of her activities, and her singular contributions to American Jewish culture, to Zionism, and to the Yishuv mark her as an extraordinary human being.
Get this from a library. Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah: family letters, [Henrietta Szold; Alexandra Lee Levin]. Feb 09, · Henrietta Szold, American Jewish leader, who was a founder of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America.
Szold was of a German-speaking Hungarian immigrant family; her father was a rabbi. After graduating from public high school inshe taught French, German, Latin, science.
Aug 10, · Lost Love: The Untold Story of Henrietta Szold: Unpublished Diary and Letters [Henrietta Szold, Baila Round Shargel, Louis Ginzberg] on themendocinoroofingnetwork.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Henrietta Szold was a brilliant Jewish scholar who became a voice for the Zionist movement.
She is best known as the founder of Hadassah/5(2). Henrietta Szold ( - ) "Youth Aliyah," saved some 22, Jewish children from Hitler's concentration camps. The personal tragedy of Szold's life was that she never married; this woman, whose life was devoted to saving the lives of children, never had children of her own.
SZOLD, HENRIETTA (–), founder of *Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, and organizational leader and political figure in themendocinoroofingnetwork.com was born in Baltimore, Maryland.
Her parents, Sophie (Schaar) and Rabbi Benjamin Szold, had arrived in Baltimore from Hungary inafter her father was appointed rabbi of Congregation Oheb Shalom. Youth Aliyah; Young Judaea; Israel Travel (Missions) Henrietta Szold.
Henrietta Szold is very excited about the upcoming year. New leadership brings "new" ideas in efforts to engage not only current members but to, also, reach out and obtain new members. Our meetings encompass book reviews, musical programs, and great speakers on a variety.
Henrietta Szold founded Hadassah inand it was in Rochester, NY, that the name Hadassah was officially adopted at the first National Convention in Although there were only 10 Chapters, 8 of them sent delegates to this Convention.
Attendance was so small that the delegates were taken into the home of Henrietta's friend, Tillie Rose, who became Rochester’s first Chapter President. The remarkable Henrietta Szold was born in in Baltimore, Maryland, the child of Rabbi Benjamin Szold and his wife Sophie.
A political liberal and a religious traditionalist, Rabbi Szold taught his daughter German, Hebrew, and the Jewish sacred texts to supplement her public school education. Learn about this topic in these articles: work of Szold. In Henrietta Szold she was director of the Youth Aliyah, an agency created to rescue Jewish children from Nazi Germany and bring them to themendocinoroofingnetwork.com in life she founded Lemaan ha-Yeled, an institution dedicated to child welfare and research; after her death it was renamed Mosad Szold (The Szold Foundation).
Henrietta Szold was a U.S. Jewish Zionist leader and founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Inshe co-founded Ihud, a political party in Mandatory Palestine dedicated to a binational solution.
— Biography — Henrietta Szold. Henrietta Szold >The American Jewish leader Henrietta Szold () founded Hadassah and >organized the first Youth Aliyah projects, which were directed at rescuing >Jewish youth from Nazi Europe. Henrietta Szold was born in Baltimore, Md., on Dec.
21, Szold founded Hadassah, today the largest women's Zionist organization in America. Inat the age of 60, she emigrated to Palestine to work for improved health care. In the s, she became the driving force behind the Youth Aliyah movement, which helped resettle Jewish children who had escaped from Nazi-occupied countries.
Miriam Freund-Rosenthal spoke of Henrietta Szold"s leadership of Youth Aliyah. Though she never married or 18 HAOASSAH MAGAZINE had children of her own, Freund-Rosenthal noted that Henrietta Szold "became a mother to uncounted children at the age of " THE EDITOR By HJonathan D.
Sarna enrietta Szold was born inthe eldest. Dec 01, · Still an amazing degree of personal contact and individual accommodation was maintained in the Youth Aliyah procedure.
Henrietta Szold simply continued to regard these children as her own charges, and—until the war closed Europe off. Szold, Henrietta Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah: family letters, by Henrietta Szold (Book) The Henrietta Szold papers in the Hadassah archives, by L.
D Geller (Book) Bi-sheliḥut ha-Maʻarav: mabaṭ aḥer ʻal ha-hisṭoryah ha-Yehudit ha-modernit = In. In addition, Ms. Szold was an accomplished scholar, editor, and Jewish thinker. Within the Youth Aliyah Movement, she was instrumental in bringing thousands of Jewish children from Germany to Palestine during World War II and integrating them into their new homeland.Henrietta Szold () is, of course, best known as founder and first president of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America.Educator and social activist Henrietta Szold is best known as the founder of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
Szold was born in Baltimore, Maryland in The oldest daughter of a well-known rabbi, Henrietta was given a well-rounded education both by .