WW II Emigration, Belgium-->Palestine #general


Samat773@...
 

Dear Genners,

Information I have received >from a relative indicates that a cousin was
born in Antwerp, Belgium around 1913 of parents who emigrated >from
Lithuania. She was a member of Hashomer Hatsair in Antwerp and around the
beginning of World War II she emigrated to Israel ( Palestine; legally or
illegally.)
She is said to have lived initially (?) in kibbutz Ein Harohesh. She later
lived in or near Kfar Saba and is buried in the Kfar Saba Cemetery(I have a
photo of her grave).
My questions are: How can I contact the appropriate source at the Kibbutz to
determine if any records relating to her exist ? Are their any lists or
information sources for those who immigrated during that period in time ?

Thanks for any information or insights you can provide

Sam Gelfand
Lewiston NY


Laurie Sosna
 

I'm interested in immigration to Palestine as well, although my story
takes place before WWII.

I have a relative that left Mogilev in 1920, got to Roumania and
emigrated to Palestine in 1926.
I know she ended up at Kibbutz Givat Chaim with her husband, but it
would be nice to find some record, if it exists.

Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA

On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 2:01 PM, Samat773@verizon.net
Samat773@verizon.net <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:
Dear Genners,

Information I have received >from a relative indicates that a cousin
was born in Antwerp, Belgium around 1913 of parents who emigrated
from Lithuania. She was a member of Hashomer Hatsair in Antwerp and
around the beginning of World War II she emigrated to Israel
( Palestine; legally or illegally.)
She is said to have lived initially (?) in kibbutz Ein Harohesh. She
later lived in or near Kfar Saba and is buried in the Kfar Saba
Cemetery(I have a photo of her grave).
My questions are: How can I contact the appropriate source at the
Kibbutz to determine if any records relating to her exist ? Are their
any lists or information sources for those who immigrated during that
period in time ?