This day in Jewish history / Recha Freier founds Youth Aliya
The organization settled thousands of Jewish teenagers in Palestine, on kibbutzim and at youth villages, before and after the war.
On January 30, 1933 – the day that Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany – Recha Freier established the Committee for the Assistance of Jewish Youth. The committee, which within several months changed its name to Youth Aliya, aimed to resettle German Jewish teenagers in Palestine, on kibbutzim and at youth villages.
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