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Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the...

Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the Givat Haviva Institutes International Department for the last 25 years, and involved in informal education projects since her first visit to Israel in 1965 and volunteering during the 1967 war.

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Legacy Lives on in Son’s Teachings

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Museum with the Stamp of Success

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A Return to Wales

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New Life for ‘City of the Horse’

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Valley of Blood and Tears

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Iconic Message On the Wall

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Wrap Round First Knesset Building

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Chanukah Light unto the Past and Present

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Stories of Jewish Survival

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Jerusalem’s Valley of the Gazelles

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A Memorial to Evil at Sonoma University

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Peace Train Gathers Momentum

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Heroine’s Compass Finds a Home

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Pardes Hanna Has a Museum

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Rushing Round Tourism Expo

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Museum Toys with our Childhood

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Trio who provided a Baby Sanctuary

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Off the Beaten Track

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Shoe Shine

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Into battle with Rifle and New Year Cards