The Canadian Jewish Connection to the Visual Narrative of Nationhood at the Jewish Palestine Pavilion in New York (1939) and the Israel Pavilion and Pavilion of Judaism in Montreal (1967)

  • Loren Lerner

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How to Cite
Lerner, L. (1). The Canadian Jewish Connection to the Visual Narrative of Nationhood at the Jewish Palestine Pavilion in New York (1939) and the Israel Pavilion and Pavilion of Judaism in Montreal (1967). Canadian Jewish Studies / Études Juives Canadiennes, 26(1). https://doi.org/10.25071/1916-0925.40070
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Special Sub-Section: “Faces of Israel at Expo 67” / Sous-section spéciale : « Les visages d’Israël à l’Expo 67 »