Holocaust survivors return to their biblical and historic homeland, the Holy Land, aboard the RMS Mataroa after liberation, 1945.
On Passover 1949, the first Passover after the creation of modern Israel, children at an Israeli kindergarten celebrate the seder ceremony.
In this photograph from preparations for a past Passover, Rabbi Eckstein learns how matzah (unleavened bread) is made.
The Bible tells us that Purim, one of the most joyful days on the Jewish calendar, should be passed down from generation to generation.
A tree stands tall on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, from 1949 Israel, just one year after the Jewish state won her independence.
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