Palmach Museum

Palmach Museum

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The Palmach Museum is recommended for students and teachers in grades 7-12 seeking an experiential museum and website covering the Palmach legacy through the stories of individuals and groups.  Explore the site by examining the maps, videos, testimonials, photo gallery, exhibits (among the exhibits: trumpet, accordion, rucksack, haversack, finjans, posters, maps, shoes and many other objects), listening to the plethora of songs (Anu HaPalmach!), and archives for memorabilia from that time. Comparing struggles of the Palmach Brigade and era to modern struggles provides deep food for thought about the birth of diversity and unity in a nation.

Visitors to the museum join the group of young Palmach recruits from its establishment, and advance through the story of the Palmach until the end of the War of Independence.  If searching for online resources, listen to the plethora of songs (Anu HaPalmach!), maps, videos, testimonials, photo gallery, exhibits (among the exhibits: trumpet, accordion, rucksack, haversack, finjans, posters, maps, shoes and many other objects) and archives for memorabilia from that time. Some of the subjects are compared to modern struggles and provide deep food for thought about the struggles of diversity and unity in a nation.

The website is viewable in English and Hebrew.

Sample from their website:

Haya Kozlovsky, Palmach Member and Details.

Born in Israel
On 1928
Drafted on 1/1/1945
In D Company, Gidonim – Wireless operators, Palyam

In Hachsharat Hefziba

Last Position: Radio operator (female)

Released from military service in 1949
Died on 23/1/2016

 

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