Photograph by David Rubinger
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The Talpiot transit camp on the outskirts of Jerusalem on one of the hottest days of the year. A place of misery. The fellow dousing the kids with water is a volunteer from a youth movement. For a little while he gets the children to forget the harshness of living in a tin hut where there are no trees to give them shade and no ice cream stands to give them pleasure. (1954) 
Photograph by David Rubinger
Entertaining the children on Kibbutz Lavie. (1950)


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