Pictured on this New Years card is the “illegal” immigration ship The Exodus 1947. The Exodus 1947 attempted to bring Jewish survivors to Eretz Israel in 1947, only to be turned back to Europe by the British Mandate authorities and sent to Displaced Persons’ camps in Germany. The Exodus 1947 became an international symbol of the need for free Jewish immigration to Eretz Israel. The refugees remained in the camps until 1948, when the State of Israel was established.
Pictured here is a New Years card sent by Yisrael Berman and his wife from Szczecin, Poland in The Hebrew inscription reads: “May you be inscribed for a good year.” The Hebrew on the boat reads: “Israel”.
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with this easy white wine-based cocktail, which is made with two ingredients traditionally served on the Jewish New Year. It has a healthy dose of pomegranate juice -- which comes from the many seeds that represent a fruitful year