updated April 2006
To see and hear some first-hand
reports of Zimbabwe Habonim's early history click on the links below :
1. The first interview is with
Nick Alhadeff who was active in the movement in the 1930s before the 2nd
World War. You will need Windows Media Player and a fast internet
connection to view.
One - Habonim's early days in what was then Salisbury (39
mb MPG file)
Two - What was Habonim about in those days.... (47 mb MPG file)
2. Mervyn Lasovsky - Bakoach
of Habonim in the late 1940s talks about how the youngsters decided to
take control of the movement after the 2nd World War.
three - for fast Internet connection (2.7 mb WMV file)
3. Combined interview of
Mervyn Lasovsky and Gaby Haimovitz.
Gaby followed Mervyn as
Bakoach in the late 1940s early 1950s.
four - for slow Internet connection (1.8 mb WMV file)
4. Gaby Haimovitz's
five - for fast Internet (10.4 mb WMV file)
If you have any video material
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