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Jewish Voice: It seemed like a dream: The establishment of a Jewish homeland as guaranteed by the Balfour Declaration seemed closer, offering solace and hope. These were very tragic times. At the beginning of World War One, there were about ninety-five thousand Jews in the Palestine. But those numbers soon diminished following the outbreak of war, due to the forced expulsion of Jews mostly with Russian citizenship, by the Turks as well as the flight of