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Israel's History In Photographs Loading... (close) + - reset site info | Israel's History In Photographs close The Turkish Army preparing to attack the Suez Canal, 1914 (Library of Congress) enlarge item close Remains of a British tank, 1917, Gaza enlarge item close Synagogue in Rishon, 1917,Jewish soldier in doorway,British flag flying enlarge item Kibbutz Life close British General Allenby enters Jerusalem's Old City, 1917 enlarge item close A memorial erected by the Jews of Rishon LeZion in memory of the New Zealand soldiers who diedin the battle of Ayun Kara on November 14, 1917 (Victoria University of Wellington Library) enlarge item close A school house in Rishon LeZion with Jewish students and teachers. The picture was taken by Trooper Charles Thomas Broomfield of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles after the November 14, 1917 battle of Ayun Kara and the liberation of Rishon LeZion. Rishon was founded on July 31, 1882 by Russian Jews who purchased 835 acres from the Arab village of Ayun Kara. Find more Broomfield pictures here. enlarge item close "Mounted rifle troops and horses stopped to the side of a road through the mountains of Palestine." The photoappears to be at the Sha'ar Haggai/Bab el Wad junction between Jaffa and Jerusalem.(National Library of New Zealand) enlarge item close "Mounted New Zealand World War I troops in Palestine, moving towards the Jordan River. Photographs taken during World War I of the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces in Jerusalem, and the Auckland Mounted Rifles in Egypt, Sinai and Palestine. Ref: 1/2-066833-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand" enlarge item close USS North Carolina (Photographic History ofthe U.S. Navy) enlarge item Israel & RFK close Hassan Bey, the "Tyrant" (Libraryof Congress) enlarge item close Locust eradication attempt (1915, Library of Congress) enlarge item close Morgenthau's cable to Schiff, 1914 (JDC Archives) enlarge item close Amb. Henry Morgenthau(Library of Congress) enlarge item close USS Tennessee crew members carrying stores onto the ship’s boat deck, probably at Alexandria, Egypt, circa 1914/1915.Ship alongside may be USS Vulcan. (U.S.Naval Historical Center) enlarge item close Jews at the Kotel on Yom Kippur (circa 1904) See analysis of the graffition the wall for dating this picture. The graffiti on the Wall are memorialnotices (not as one reader suggested applied to the photo later). (Library of Congress) enlarge item close The men are wearing their festival/Sabbath finery, including theirfur shtreimel hats. Note the prayer shawls. (Credit: RCB Library, 1897) enlarge item close Another view of the Western Wall on Yom Kippur. Note the various groupsof worshipers: The Ashkenazic Hassidim wearing the fur shtreimel hats in the foreground, the Sephardic Jews wearing the fezzes in thecenter, and the women in the back wearing white shawls. (Circa 1904, Library of Congress) enlarge item close Volunteer Arab Camel Corps led by Turkish officers leaving Jerusalem (circa (1915) enlarge item The Western Wall close Australian camel corps hat pin enlarge item close Turkish Camel Corps in Be'er Sheva, 1915 enlarge item close British Imperial Camel Corps outside of Be'er Sheva on November 1, 1917, during the critical battle to capture the Turkish outpost and wells enlarge item close World War I combat ambulances. Camels carrying wounded Turkish soldiers -- two per camel on a litter called a "kankalah" or "cacolet." (1917, Ottoman Imperial Archives) See also here enlarge item close Wounded Australian cavalrymen on their way tomedical attention (Australian War Memorial) enlarge item close Indian army's camel ambulances enlarge item close German soldiers loading wounded onto an "ambulance," 1918 enlarge item close British Imperial Camel Corps "ambulances" in action, 1916 enlarge item close Turkish army camel convoy, 1917. The caption in the Harvard University places the picture near the modern northern Israeli town of Afula in the Jezreel Valley. The body of water, however, suggests it was taken near the Hula Valley swamps which was sparsely populated by a Bedouin tribe living in reed huts, likely pictured here. enlarge item close Site Info Lenny Ben David has spent the last five years researching, cataloging and publishing historical photos of Israel. With thousands of photos in his collection, one of the key areas he has focused on, is illustrating Jewish life in Palestine in the 1800’s. One of his key discoveries was uncovering photos and four news articles that Robert Kennedy wrote while working as a reporter in Palestine in 1948. With over two million views of his website, israeldailypicture.com, Lenny Ben David is a critical force in discovering and documenting the pictorial history of Israel and its people. This site provides an opportunity to search the archive of photos that Lenny Ben David has collected. Explore and discover for yourself the rich photographic history of the Land of Israel. Disclaimer: According to the Library of Congress, there are "no known restrictions on publication of these photographs." Kibbutz Life Back Visit Israel's homes and communities from generations past. Israel & RFK Back Watch Robert F. Kennedy reporting from Israel in 1948. The Western Wall Back The Western Wall has long been the most photographed site in Jerusalem. Israel in Lincoln's Day Back Take a glimpse at Israel 150 years ago and marvel at its transformation. Jerusalem Back Explore the people and places that have made Jerusalem one of the jewels of the world. Tel Aviv Back The history of this important, cosmopolitan city is a rich, cultural tapestry.

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