|Other Name||Building the Kibbutz, 1937|
Title: "Colonies Enclosed with Barbed Wire"
Caption: "So great is the ever present danger from arab attack that the Jewish settlers set up a barbed wire barricade several hundred feet outside their walled communiities. These agricultural communes are known as kvutzot and supply penty of food for the fast growing Jewish National home. Operated on loans from the Jewish National Fund, which owns 1,000,000 acres, many of these small communities have liquidated the loans which made them possible."
Associated Press Photo, NY, 9/14/1937
|Dimensions||H-8.5 W-7 inches|
|Cataloged by||Koch, Alan|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|