Children in the Yemenite immigrants' camp at Rosh Ha'ayin, circa 1950. (Israel GPO)
A Kurdish Jewish grandfather and child en route to Israel in Tehran, Iran, 1950. (Magnes Collection of Jewish Art, University of California, Berkeley)
Samuel W. Chomsky lights the Hanukkah candles at a USO-Jewish Welfare Board dinner and show in Hollywood, California, Dec. 19, 1954.
The Forgotten Refugees / Eylon Aslan-Levy
1950 Sturm's Department Store, Jellico, Tennessee
The nursery at the Rosh Ha'ayin refugee camp housing Yemenite Jewish immigrants (Brauner
Second wave of emigration: 1920 to 1950
American expat Victor Grossman as a young man in East Germany, early 1950s (photo
Yemenite Jews in Ma'abarat Rosh Ha-Ayin, 1950
Ordinary New Yorkers with their sandwich creations depicted in a 1950s Hebrew National Promotion booklet.
Jack Benny rehearsing with members of California Junior Symphony Orchestra, 1950.
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Immigrants who came to Israel from north African countries in the 1950's. Image from the
Since the early 1950s, The Jewish Agency has assisted more than 90,000 Ethiopians with their immigration to Israel.
Sephardi Lives: A Documentary History, 1700–1950 | Julia Phillips Cohen and Sarah Abrevaya Stein
Yesh bach mashehu, BEGUINE, Hebrew Song, 1950s
Salonica, City of Ghosts: Christians, Muslims and Jews 1430-1950: Mark Mazower: 9780375727382: Amazon.com: Books
Jean Dubuffet The Jewish Woman October 1950
“There were comedians called 'Jew Comics,'” explains legendary comedian and filmmaker Carl Reiner. “They wore derbies and talked with a thick accent.