Forty Days at the Seashore [ארבעים יום על הים]

Author(s): Yehudah Yaari
The play tells the story of Jewish refugees from Europe, coming after a very rough sea voyage to Palestine. They were caught in 1940 by British soldiers in Palestine, put aboard the ship "Patria" to be deported. The "Haganah" put a bomb on the ship in order to detain it, but the ship sank.
Format: Drama

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Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Hebrew
Publisher:

Darom, 1938

Experience(s) Chronicled: Escape | Resistance

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