Interview with Mūsá Maḥmūd Muḥammad
|Biography:||The interview was recorded on April 10, 2004 with Mūsá Maḥmūd Muḥammad, male, born in 1927 in Shafā ʻAmrū, Palestine. He worked as a store keeper with the British army during World War II.|
|Interviewee:||Muḥammad, Mūsá Maḥmūd
|Place of Origin:||Shafā ʻAmrū
|In Collection:||POHA, Al-Nakba Collection|
Palestine -- Zionist colonization -- History -- To 1948.
Palestine -- History -- Nakba, 1948.
Education -- Palestine -- 20th century.
Expulsion -- Palestine -- History -- 20th century.
al-Ḥāj, Jiryis (School principal); Ḥamādah, Nāyif (Teacher); Khawlī, Samīḥ (Teacher); Murray, Sidney Patrick (British officer).
Madarsat Shafā ʻAmrū al-Ibtidā’īyah (School).
Episcopal Catholic School (School); Haifa Cigarettes Manufacture (Corporation).
|Table of Contents:||
History of the city. (@ 00:00:00)
Political conditions during the British rule. (@ 00:15:9)
City occupation, displacement and exile. (@ 00:26:26)
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Previous issue date: 2004|