Photos give a rare look into the Nazis of Mandatory Palestine
Photographer Heinrich Nus worked with Arab orphans and married an Arab woman, putting his Nazi credentials in doubt.
The new shopping, food and entertainment complex of Sarona, built on the remains of the fourth settlement established by the German Templers in 1871, is on the verge of opening. A collection of recently discovered pictures sheds light on the German community that lived in the country then, and on the local branch of the Nazi party that operated here in the 1930s.
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