The Palestine pavillion at the agricultural exposition held in Moscow impressed profoundly both Jew and non-Jew, reports D. Ben Gorien, representative of the Jewish labor organization of Palestine who was the director of the pavillion.
Russian and Jewish peasants from all parts of the country expressed their astonishment at the products exhibited, declares Mr. Ben Gorien, adding that agricultural authorities asserted that some of the products were unequalled in any part of Europe. Many higher seats of learning carried away some of the products products for more careful study.
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