Historical pictures

Newly-elected Labor leader Isaac Herzog’s lineage is documented in these pictures from the Library of Congress’s archives.

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November 28, 2013 10:06
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Rabbi Isaac Herzog at a graduation ceremony at a flying school at Lydda (Lod) airport in 1939.

Rabbi Isaac Herzog 521. (photo credit: Library of Congress)

 
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