Interview with military judge Hava Inbar.
Yakov Elbaz photographerArchive
Hava Inbar a military lawyer in Haifa serving as a main judge in the military court.
בית משפט צבאי.
IDF Justice. [picture]
Haifa (Israel) - related place
המידע אודות התצלום נמסר על ידי יוצר האוסף, מר דן הדני
צולם בתאריך: 06 באוקטובר 1969
1 photograph : b/w
ארכיון דן הדני.
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ARC. 4* 1995 06 05373 27 ארכיון דן הדני.
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