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Sign: Givat Brenner - Central Warehouse

Giva’at Brener St, Givat Brenner, Israel
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On the sign:
המחסן המרכזי
המחסן נבנה ב-1936 ושמר באופן כללי על צורתו המקורית שתוכננה ע"י פרופ. הברשיים. במחסן זה נערכה גם ועידת הקיבוץ המאוחד בשנת 1943. חברים שהשתתפו בה זוכרים את הופעת פליטי השואה אשר הביאו בפעם הראשונה ידיעות על שואת יהודי אירופה, וגרמו לציבור החברים זעזוע עמוק.
המחסן שימש שנים רבות לאחסון סחורות שהובאו לענפי המשק השונים, למשרדי מרכז הקניות וענף התחבורה ולחנויות הסידקית (אריך) והכל-בו (איטל).
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One of the signs on buildings showing the history of the kibbutz.

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Translation of the text on the sign:
Central Warehouse
The warehouse was built in 1936 and generally retained its original shape, designed by Prof. Havershaim. This warehouse also held the United Kibbutz Conference in 1943. Members attending it remember the appearance of Holocaust refugees who first brought news about the Holocaust of European Jews, and made public members A deep shock.
The warehouse was used for many years to store goods brought to the various branches of the economy, to the shopping and transport center offices and to the notions (Erich) and all-inclusive stores (Itel).

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