Passover

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  • Prayer book for the whole year according to the nalian rite. Manuscript on parchment. North Italy, ca 1450. Opening 115v-116 beginning of Pasover Haggada
  • Prayer book for the whole year according to the nalian rite. Manuscript on parchment. North Italy, ca 1450. Opening 115v-116 beginning of Pasover Haggada
  • Passover Haggada with Judeo Italian translation and and illustrations. Printed on parchment.
  • Seder Haggadot shel Pessah with miracles and wonders illustrated…printed and made by Yitzhak ben shmuel Basan. Mantova, 1640, shown pp. Gr-7v
  • Passover Haggadah. Had Gadya, Artist: Ze'ev Raban, Jerusalem 1926
  • Passover Haggadah. Had Gadya, Artist: Ze'ev Raban, Jerusalem 1926
  • Passover Haggadah. Manuscript, Ashkenaz 1768
  • Passover Haggadah. Manuscript, Ashkenaz 1768
  • "Hashkafa", from JPRESS (Historical Jewish Press)
  • "Habatzeleth", from JPRESS (Historical Jewish Press)
  • "Habatzeleth", from JPRESS (Historical Jewish Press)
  • Algiers 1946- Editor's note at the end of the Haggadah regarding Zionism as the historical endpoint for the People of Israel, followed by "Hatikva" in French.
  • Seder reading material for Palmach fighters about two weeks before the declaration of the State and the establishment of the IDF. (Tel Aviv, 1948).
  • Seder reading material for Palmach fighters about two weeks before the declaration of the State and the establishment of the IDF. (Tel Aviv, 1948).
  • Amsterdam, 1695- Haggadah with the commentary of the Abrabanel and bronze etchings. At the end there is a map of Eretz Yisrael etched in bronze. Ya'ari 59; The Haggadah Thesaurus 93
  • New York: A New Passover Haggadah, Workmen's Circle, 1948. A non-traditional Haggadah published by "Workmen's Circle"
  • Basel, 1816- Haggadah with Ashkenazi translation, in Tzena U'rena letters, from Joel Brill. Woodcut illustrations.
  • North Africa: Unit MT5 of the Logistics Unit (1942). In 1942 the unit was stationed in Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea.
  • Munich (1948)- Haggadah for Holocaust survivors in the Displaced Persons camps in Germany, from the Joint.
  • The Gurs Haggadah (1940)- Re-published in Israel in 1999.
  • New Haggadah. Jerusalem (1882)- Apparently the author is Israel Dov Frumkin, a leading figure in the Old Yishuv 1850-1914
  • Jerusalem (1934) Children's Haggadah, edited by Moshe Zilberman. Moving pictures by Erwin Singer
  • Jerusalem (1934) Children's Haggadah, edited by Moshe Zilberman. Moving pictures by Erwin Singer
  • Abbreviated Emergency Haggadah. Tel Aviv (1967) Edited by the Chief Rabbi of the IDF, Shlomo Goren during the preparations for the Six Day War.
  • Abbreviated Emergency Haggadah. Tel Aviv (1967) Edited by the Chief Rabbi of the IDF, Shlomo Goren during the preparations for the Six Day War.
  • The National Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair (1943)- The first Haggadah produced by the Shomer Hatzair to be distributed in all the kibbutzim that deals with Holocaust.
  • The National Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair (1943)- The first Haggadah produced by the Shomer Hatzair to be distributed in all the kibbutzim that deals with Holocaust.
  • Guadalajara (1482)- the first printed Haggadah (printed without a title page)
  • לונדון, תקמ"ז (1787) הגדה עם תרגום לאנגלית, קטע אחרי קטע. יערי 216 ; אוצר ההגדות 326
  • Masada (1947)- Haggadah marking the tenth anniversary of the Kibbutz (as a "Tower and stockade" settlement of the "Gordonia" youth movement)
  • Maaleh Hachamisha (1948)
  • Negba (1949). (In the spring of 1949 a battle to stop the progress of the Egyptian army was fought at the kibbutz. The kibbutz suffered many losses.)
  • Tel Aviv: Palmach, the 3rd brigade, 1948- (The 3rd Brigade of the Palmach was active in the liberation of the Galil. On Passover eve (1948) the brigade fought a hard battle in the Nabi Yusha' Fortress.)
  • Prague (1562)- Illustrated with wood engravings, and a short commentary in the margins. Ya'ari 6. The Haggadah Thesaurus 7
  • Tel Aviv, (1945)
  • Nice (1941)