56 photographs : col. (20 slides) : 21 x 6 cm or smaller
Scope and Content
Series consists of records documenting the Koffler Centre art exhibitions. Included are catalogues highlighting works by the artist, artist statements, bios and CVs, promotional material for Koffler Gallery and off-site exhibits, press releases and clippings, art reviews, exhibit program guides, exhibit proposals, program overviews, correspondence, legal contracts with artists, photographs and slides of works by the artist.
Item is a photograph of Major Ben Dunkelman standing alongside an unknown soldier. They were billeted at a former German work camp in Doorn, Holland, which the Queen's Own Rifles liberated on May 7, 1945. Soldiers set up the camp to reference local landmarks in Cabbagetown, a neighbourhood in Toronto. There is sign behind them that reads: The Greatest Little Place in Canada, Cabbage Town.
Copyright is in the public domain and permission for use is not required. Please credit the Ontario Jewish Archives as the source of the photograph.
Library and Archives Canada Canadian Army Newsreel, No. 88 features the camp. The film has been digitized and can be viewed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28ZkB4UX3BU
File contains drafts and notes in connection with Ben Dunkelman's autobiography Dual Allegiance. The file includes photocopies of selections from The Victory Campaign: The Operations in North-West Europe, Volume III, Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War (The Queen’s Printer and Controller of Stationery, Ottawa, 1960) by C.P. Stacey.
File consists of two photograph negatives of Ben Dunkelman in his Canadian Army uniform. Dunkelman kept them in a MacMillan of Canada envelope, and one of the photographs appears in the final copy of Dual Allegiance.
Following the publication of Dual Allegiance in November 1976, Dunkelman published five excerpts from the book in the Toronto Star.
Scope and Content
File consists of excerpts from Dual Allegiance, along with unedited proofs of these excerpts from The Toronto Star. The five excerpt titles are: "Toronto War Hero's Career Began With Dual In Palestine", "Jew Had A 'Score To Settle' With Nazis", "War Hero Drew Pistol On Brother Officer", "Dunkelman Joins The Fight For Palestine," and "The Road To Nazareth--And Independence".
File contains Dual Allegiance drafts of indexes, chapter summaries, a bibliography, a table of contents, and a foreword by Yitzhak Rabin. The file also includes appendices containing remarks about inaccurate historical accounts and Dunkelman's 1949 reports to Israeli command about reorganization of the Israel Defence Forces.
File consists of two related telegrammes between Ben Dunkelman and the publishing house MacMillan of Canada in connection with the cost of exporting 700 copies of Dual Allegiance from Canada to Israel.
File contains correspondence related to the publication of Dual Allegiance. The correspondence includes letters between Dunkelman and MacMillan spokesperson Bella Pomer. It also contains a letter to Dunkelman from lawyer Robert Hall, who enclosed a sample contract between an author and a publisher.
File contains correspondence between Dunkelman and various publishers in connection with their opinions of his manuscript Israel Assignment. In addition, the file includes correspondence related to this manuscript from Walter Annenberg and Herb Mowat.
File consists of a dust jacket for Dunkelman's autobiography Dual Allegiance. The dust jacket includes a photograph of Second World War soldiers on the front and two photographs of Ben Dunkelman on the back. It also includes text about Ben Dunkelman and his experiences in the Second World War and the Arab-Israeli War.
File contains correspondence, address lists and notes relating to a reception held in honour of Ben Dunkelman by the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada and the Weizmann Institute. The reception was also a promotion of Dunkelman's book Dual Allegiance.
File consists of one photograph of Ben Dunkelman signing his book Dual Allegiance. The photograph was taken by the Gordon Mendly Famous Studio in Toronto, and it depicts Ben and Yael Dunkelman, along with Maurice Berg, Anne Brown and Dr. George Liban.
File consists of a letter and a bibliography sent to Dunkelman from W.J. McAndrew, an employee at the Canadian Department of National Defence history directorate. The letter refers to an upcoming review McAndrew is writing of Dual Allegiance.
File consists of correspondence between Ben Dunkelman and Peretz Kidron related to a contract between them--included in this file--stating that Kidron was to edit and rewrite sections of Dual Allegiance.
File consists of a letter to Ben Dunkelman from John Bassett (president of Baton Broadcasting Incorporated), an acquaintance of Dunkelman's who, along with Dunkelman and Herb Mowat, had urged Prime Minister John Diefenbaker in the 1950s to support Israel. In this letter, Bassett thanks Dunkelman for sending him a copy of Dual Allegiance.
File contains correspondence between Ben Dunkelman and Canadian Justice Harry Batshaw, along with the transcript of an interview in which Dunkelman asked Justice Batshaw questions related to Zionism. Much of the correspondence deals with Dual Allegiance.
File consists of correspondence between Ben Dunkelman and acquaintances he sent his book to, including Barney Danson, Jay Rutherford, Allan Bronfman and Harry Batshaw. Much of the correspondence comments on Dual Allegiance.
File consists of correspondence and clippings related to Dual Allegiance. Much of the correspondence, from people such as Irene Aspin, Thomas Hockin, Gerry Lynch, and Meyer Weisgal, comments on Dunkelman's autobiography.
File contains correspondence in connection with Ben Dunkelman's book Dual Allegiance. Correspondents include acquaintances such as Barney Danson, Jay Rutherford, William Kerr, Lloyd Singer, Harry Batshaw, Irene Aspin, Allan Bronfman, Elsie Adams and Jim Lotz.
Max Chait fought with the 7th Brigade in the 1948-1949 Arab-Israeli War under Ben Dunkelman's command.
Scope and Content
File consists of a letter to Ben Dunkelman from Max Chait, who comments at length on Dunkelman's book Dual Allegiance. Enclosed with the letter and its envelope are one photograph of Max Chait and one map of Rosh Pinna.
File consists of a television Performer Contract between Ben Dunkelman and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in connection with Dunkelman's appearance on the CBC programme Front Page Challenge. In addition, the file includes a card with handwritten notes.
File consists of a letter from Ben Dunkelman to Globus Films, based in Israel. In the letter, Dunkelman remarks on publicity his book Dual Allegiance has received in Israel and discusses the possibility of a film based on the book.