The life of Jewish people in different Zionist colonies in Palestine
Palestine Date:1941 Duration:3 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
Life in a Zionist colony in Palestine. The Nahalal colony [moshav] where every farmer has his own backyard. A farmers looks at domestic animals in his backyard. The family of a farmer seated around a table and eating a meal. A farmer washes his hand and his wife milks a cow. Farmers at a milk plant. The milk is collected. A woman washes clothes. A communal colony [kibbutz] where the standard of living is very low. People live in straw houses and own nothing. People in the colony. The Geva colony [kibbutz] where the standard of living is very high. View of well established buildings. Mothers who take turns caring for the community's children. Two young children in a pram. Several two and three year old children taking shower baths under supervision of one of the mothers. Children in a play room. Children having a communal meal. Men and women harvesting grapes. People walking to a communal dining room. The communal laundry with clothes drying on a line. Members of the Kibbutz planning communal working activities.
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