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Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the...

Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the Givat Haviva Institutes International Department for the last 25 years, and involved in informal education projects since her first visit to Israel in 1965 and volunteering during the 1967 war.

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Telling it Like it Was in World War II

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Memorial to Those Who Died in Siege

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Ofer I Couldn’t Refuse

Frances Street holding the pattern book and thank-you letter from a ship’s Master

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Woollies That Won a War

Kangaroos welcome visitors with a hop, skip and jump at the Gan Garoo Australian Park

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Even Kangaroos Have Made Aliyah

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‘Playground’ Aqueduct

Israeli artist-farmer Peter Viner’s latest “crop graffiti” in the Jezreel Valley at the foot of Mt. Gilboa

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Cream of The Crop

A shtetl sign of yesteryear

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World of the Shtetl is Brought Vividly to Life

The frontage of the shoe shop in Reichenbach, Germany, circa 1930s

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It’s a Small World

Album of Haggadot

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Catalogue of Seder Night 'Handbook'

Zikim neighborhood

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TV Journalist Lives at News Hotspot

All aboard . . . Dani Margolis and his VW Camper Bus

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Dream Comes True in Camper Bus

This was the Egged Central Bus Station in Jerusalem from 1933 to 1961

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Taking Fast Track to the Past

Tsamerit’s dove and Path to Peace in Arabic and Hebrew. Copyright: Ovedc

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Concrete Messages of Peace

Ben Yehuda House on Jerusalem’s Ethiopia Street

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The City With ‘Street Cred’

Birthright-PLUS students from North and South America walking and talking with veteran Kibbutz Metzer member Dov Avital (in blue polo shirt)

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Where Arabs and Jews Live in Harmony

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What an Assortment!

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Flying the Flag

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Legacy Lives on in Son’s Teachings

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Museum with the Stamp of Success