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Most famous women in jewish history

Henrietta Sald

One of the famous women in jewish history - Henrietta Sald

Henrietta is one of the most famous women in jewish history. She was born in USA in the year 1860. From her youths she was active among the USA jews immigrats especially with their children treatment and education. She was also active in the Zionism organization. In 1909, she first visited Israel . In 1912, she established Hadassah organization. Hadassa organization was the first Hebrew school for nurses. This organization also opened clinics around Israel and established the puplic health infrastructure around the country. In 1920, She immigrated to Israel. From 1927 she became zionist management memeber. She managed the education and health departments and then the national committee social operations. In 1933 she established the "Aliat Hanoar" (Youth Imigration) organization. This organization was her pick operation and she managed this organization until she died in Jerusalem. 

Chana Senesh

Chana Senesh. She was executed by the Nazi regime when she tried to save Jews

Chana is famous women in jewish history and a hero. She was born in Hungary in the year 1921. In 1939 she immigrated to Israel. She ended agricultural school in Nahallal. She joined Kibutz Saddot Yam. The Hebrew settelment in Israel sent her with her friends to save Jews in the Nazi occupied countries. She succeeded to enter Hungary but someone inform on her to the Nazi regime. She was arrested and was inquired with very hard tortures. She was sentenced to death by the Nazi judges. In November 7 1944, she was excuted. She didn't let them tie her eyes. She stood with head up and open eyes infront of the shooting soldiers. In 1950, Israel got her bones and she was barried in national ceremony, in Herzel mountain cemetry.

Anna Frank
Anna was born in Germany in the year 1929. In 1933 all her familiy immigrated to Holand. They escaped from the Nazism. In 1941 her familiy found a hiding place. In 1942 her sister got invitation to a wrok camp. All the family entered immediately to their hiding place - one room in an attic. During her stay in the attic, Anna wrote a diary. In 1944 someone told the German about the family and all the family were caught by the German. The German sent Anna and her sister to Bergen-Belsen - a concentration camp. The camp was crowded with many Jews people and the sanitary situation was very bad. Anna and her sister got typhus diseases and they both died in 1945. Only her father survived the holocaust. He found her diary and publish it.

Golda Meir
As famous women in jewish history and Israel history, Golda was born in Kiev Ukraine in 1898. In 1906 she immigrated to USA and in 1917 she married Moris Meirson. In 1921 she and husband immigrated to Israel. Between 1924 and 1926 she was involved in the Histadroot operations (workers union) and 2 years later, in 1928, she was elected as the workers council secretary. In 1936 she was elected as a workers council committee member and in 1938 as the workes council head of state. Golda played a main role in Mapai (Israel Labor Party), in the strugle for immigration to Israel, for self defence and for dependence. She was the first ambassador in Moskva Russia in the years 1948 and 1949.  From 1949 to 1974 she was a Knesset member - member of the Israeli parlament. She was work minister in 1949-1956, forian minister in 1956-1966 and prim minister in 1969-1973. She died from cancer 1978.
She was very popular in Israel. Some found her as the Jewish Mama and saw her ability to function in bad conditions. The left parties in Israel didn't like her. They said that she didn't take the chances to make peace with the arabs.

 

 
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