Givat Haim

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Members of the Maccabi Youth Movement training at Givat Haim in 1948

Givat Haim (Hebrew: גִּבְעַת חַיִּים‎, lit. Haim Hill) was a kibbutz located around 5 kilometres south of Hadera in Israel. Founded in 1932 by European immigrants, it was originally called Kibbutz Gimel, but was later renamed in honour of Haim Arlosoroff, who was assassinated in 1933.

Like Ein Harod, the kibbutz split in 1952 in the wake of ideological differences between supporters of the two main socialist parties, Mapai and Mapam. This created two new and separate kibbutzim:

Notable residents[edit]