ISAEL / PALESTINE: Vogelschaubild von Palästina ohne den Süddistrikt. Hrsg. vom Hauptbüro des Keren Hajessod Jerusalem 5691 - 1931.
Author: Central Office of Keren haYesod
Place and Year: Jerusalem: Central Office of Keren haYesod. Printed in Zürich: Artistisches Institut Orell Füssli 1931.
Technique: Colour lithograph 39 x 50 cm (15.5 x 19.5 inches), printed from both sides (soft folds, tiny tears in white margins, otherwise in a good condition).
[Bird’s Eye View of the Palestine without the South District. Published by the Central Office of Keren haYesod. Jerusalem 1931].
A detailed bird’s eye view embraces the area between Damascus and Sidon on the north and Gaza and Hebron in the South. The map was made in 1931 by the main office of Keren haYesod, an official fundraising organization for Israel, and showcases the Jewish territory in 1930. Marked are also Arabian and Jewish settlements and historic sites.
The back of the map represents the political borders and transportation in the area. The text in German lists the donations of different countries to Keren haYesod in the past decade.
Worldcat lists three examples in libraries (Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, ETH-Bibliothek Zurich, Universitätsbibliothek Bern)
References: OCLC 604102711 & 71987006.