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Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: ‬09:00-17:00

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬09:00-14:00

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is not permitted for children under the age of 10. Babies in strollers or carriers will not be permitted to enter.

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Bible and flag that Josué Lifshitz, "Champagnac", used to swear in recruits to the "AJ" (Armée Juive), a Jewish underground movement in France

Bible used by Yehoshua Lifshitz to swear in new recruits to the Jewish resistance group that he led in Limoges, France

Bible opened at the dedication to Yehoshua Lifshitz on his graduation from the Herzilya Hebrew Gymnasium. The bible was used by Lifshitz to swear in new recruits to the Jewish resistance group that he led in Limoges, France

Flag emblazoned with the Star of David that was used by Yehoshua Lifshitz to swear in new recruits to the Jewish resistance group that he led in Limoges, France

Josué (Yehoshua) Lifshitz (known in the French underground as "Champagnac”) at the end of the war, 1945

Yehoshua Lifshitz (on left) with his fellow resistance fighter, Sylvain Richter, Périgueux, France, 1944

Yehoshua Lifshitz's French identity card from 1943 in his guise as Henri Robert Champagnac

Yehoshua Lifshitz' membership card in the EIF (Éclaireurs Israélites de France), the French Jewish Scouts. After the movement went underground it was known as "La Sixieme".

The card was issued in December 1944 and attests to his role as regional leader from 1 September 1942-15 November 1944.

The Lifshitz family, Kherson, Ukraine, circa 1909. Yehoshua is sitting on the right beside his mother

The Lifshitz family in Tel Aviv, circa 1914. Yehoshua is standing on the left

Yehoshua Lifshitz in British Army uniform, 1917

Postcard showing Tel Aviv's Nachalat Binyamin quarter including the Lifshitz family home, circa 1920

Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium sports team, 5773 (1912-1913). Yehoshua Lifshitz is first on the left, second row from the front