Individual Isareli School, 1979

Figure 1.--At this Isreali school the rule about clothes was blue. Most of the children interpreted this to mean denim. Click on the image to see the rest of the school.

A HBC reader describes the experiences at in 1979. A HBC reader tells us, "A friend of mine was at school in Jaffa (a suburb of Tel Aviv, Israel) which took in Israeli Arabs and diplomats children as well as Israeli Jews. Her best friends were an Israeli Arab and an Israeli Jew - the three are circled. She has fond memories of those times (1979). The uniform was "blue" - as you can see most chilrden interpreted this as denim as far as skirts/trousers went and some wore t-shirts. A more liberal interpretation than would have been allowed in England at the time!


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