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  Lehavot / Lehavoth [HEBREW] [ISSUES 1-5, BOUND TOGETHER]  
  עתון הנוער החלוצי. הופיע בהוצאת המרכז העולמי של "החלוץ". בהשתתפות מרכז "החלוץ הצעיר" בפולין.  

Place of Publication Warsaw
Publication Name Hachalutz Hatzair
Year 1928-1929
Language(s) Hebrew
RARE volume containing the first five issues of "Lehavot", a Hebrew publication of the "Hachalutz Hatzair" movement in Poland. "Hachalutz Hatzair" was a youth movement associated with "Hachalutz" movement, which supported an integration of Zionism with socialism, and was largely responsible for the establishment of Israeli Kibbutzim. At first, the periodical appeared irregularly. These issues were published in June 1928, April 1929, June 1929, September, 1929 and November 1929. The issues contain literary works in verse and prose, letters written by Chalutzim in Palestine, and ideological papers on nationalism and socialism, written by members of the organization, some of which would become central figures in the history of the Kibbutz movement. The texts are accompanied by b/w photographs of Chalutzim and of Eretz-Israel. 260x200mm. [50]+[32]+[32]+[32]+[32] pages. Marbled quarter-cloth hardcover. Cover worn. Cover corners bumped and tattered. Spine hinges worn. Spine edges tattered. Ex libris sticker on endpaper. Previous owner`s name on first title page. Pages yellowing. [First issue]: Corner of page 9 torn and missing. Some pages slightly dog-eared. [SUMMARY]: These rare first issues of an influential publication, central to the development of the Kibbutz movement, are otherwise in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number MC 13 08

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