Dajan, Yehudith (born Edith Sachs)

אווה (חווה) כהן
Yehudith Dajan (née Edith Sachs) was born on 23.11.1913 in Berlin-Charlottenburg and died in 1996 in Israel. Her parents were Dr Hans Sachs, a medical doctor, and Anna Sachs, née Seligsohn. Yehudith attended the municipal women's school in Charlottenburg (1930-1932) and then started training in social work at the social-pedagogical seminary of the Verein Jugendheim (1932–1933). Yehudith was a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD). Due to the National Socialist seizure of power, she was unable to graduate and immigrated to Palestine with her parents in 1933. For the first three years, she lived and worked in agriculture in Nahalal. Then, she lived in Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, working as a gardener on the field and with chickens. She was married to Yohoshua Dajan and they had three sons.
Anna Sachs (born Seligsohn)
Dr. Hans Sachs, a doctor
was married to Yohoshua Dayan. They had thre sons: Amatzya, Avner and Yoav
Age at Migration
Year of Migration
Archival Materials
Alice-Salomon-Archives, Berlin, C1.001, C2.22; State Office for Residents' and Regulatory Affairs, Berlin, 254.882