Jewish refugees in a British detention camp, followed by their departure by ship for Palestine
Scenes of the departure of the British High Commissioner for Palestine, Alan Cunningham, and the signing of the Proclamation of Independence by Ben Gurion and the first Israeli cabinet.
Jews and Arabs suffer casualties as fighting develops in the Holy Land.
Refugees are allowed into Israel while the country enters into a General Election.
More refugees arrive in Israel as elections start.
Arabs who left during the Israeli war of independence begin to return home.
Refugees taken to improvised camps to embark on new lives
The Arab-Israeli conflict and Hungarian Uprising send a new wave of refugees to Israel.
Immigrants arrive at Haifa in Israel and see the orange harvest and traditional harvest dances.
Jewish refugee ship 'Suzanne' goes aground on a sand bank north of Gaza, Palestine.
Jewish refugee children arriving in Haifa.
People trying to emigrate illegally to Israel are forced to come ashore in France.
British troops help Jewish refugees off ship in Haifa, Israel.
Illegal Jewish immigrants transferred to British trooper ship in Haifa harbour.
Jewish immigrants, released from detention in Cyprus, arrive at Haifa.
Item includes Antarctic voyage, Jewish immigrants in Palestine, and American ambassador.
British wives and children are evacuated from Palestine.
'Exodus', the biggest ever Jewish refugee ship, arrives in Haifa. Israel.
British Palestine police board Jewish refugee ship off Tel Aviv.
Illegal Jewish immigrants are sent to Hamburg after trying to get to Palestine.
Life in Jerusalem - religion, leisure, work, housing, agriculture etc.