Title: Bevingrad buildings: areas of Jerusalem that were fortified by the British in fear of Etzel (Irgun) attacks, mockingly named Bevingrad by the Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem, after Ernest Bevin (British Foreign Secretary) and the famous fortifications of Stalingrad. Buildings on King George Street, Jerusalem
Creator: Oron (Oroshkess), Zvi
WorkType: photographs
Identifier: olvwork464375
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Title:  Bevingrad buildings: areas of Jerusalem that were fortified by the British in fear of Etzel (Irgun) attacks, mockingly named Bevingrad by the Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem, after Ernest Bevin (British Foreign Secretary) and the famous fortifications of Stalingrad. Buildings on King George Street, Jerusalem
Work Type:  photographs
Creator:  Oron (Oroshkess), Zvi (n.d.), Israel
Date:  1938-1934
Location:  Subject: Bevingrad buildings Jerusalem
Topics:  buildings
Nationality/Culture:  Israeli
Materials/Techniques:  photographic print
Note:  General: The David B. Keidan Collection of Digital Images from the Central Zionist Archives: Photographs on the History of Zionism and Israel. (metadata: Harvard-Littauer Judaica Endowment)
Copyright:  Central Zionist Archives
Repository:  Judaica Division, Widener Library
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Record Identifier: olvwork464375


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