Park Named for Swedish King Opened in Palestine; Gift Sent to Gustav
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Park Named for Swedish King Opened in Palestine; Gift Sent to Gustav

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A recreation park named for King Gustav of Sweden, to mark his country’s assistance to Jewish refugees, was opened yesterday in the settlement of Kiryat Motzkin in the presence of the District Commissioner, high army officers, Jewish notables and the Swedish consul. The consul was presented with an album containing maps and photographs of Palestine as a gift for King Gustav.

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