Israeli children dressed in Purim costumes, early 1930's

Have you ever wondered what life was like in Israel before the foundation of the state, before World War II and the horrors of the Holocaust? 

In this fascinating peek into yesteryear we get a small taste of how the Purim celebrations were a cause for great rejoicing in the fledgling country.

Enjoy seeing people riding the new, “modern” train, crafting intricate floats for Tel Aviv’s grand Purim parade, and farmers riding into town on wagons for the grand day, and much, much more!

Watch now!

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Purim pre-modern Israel

Purim parade in Tel Aviv…1932!

Posted by StandWithUs on Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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