The Political World of American Zionism

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appendix V
MEMBERSHIP STATISTICS OF MAJOR AMERICAN ZIONIST GROUPS

Sources: AJYB; NP (especially June 27, 1930, 402-406; February 4, 1938,
4); Samuel Dinin, Zionist Education in the United States ( New York,
1944), 82; ZOA, Annual Reports; Letter to author from Hadassah Or-
ganization
, June 4, 1956; Reports of the Executives submitted to the
Zionist Congresses
.

Note: Membership figures listed are unverified claims of the organizations
themselves.

ORGANI-
ZATION
OF AMERICA
HADASSAH
WOMEN=S
ZIONIST
ORGANIZATION
LABOR ZIONIST ORTHODOX ZIONIST TOTAL
SHEKEL
PURCHASES
IN THE USF
POALE ZION PIONEER WOMEN MIZRACHI MIZRACHI
WOMEN
1918 149,235 a -- -- 18,000
1919 56,838 b -- 7,000 18,000
1920 21,000 c -- 7,000 18,000
1921 30,597 -- 7,000 20,000 84,310
1922 18,481 7,000 20,000 33,758
1923 24,303 5,000 20,000 32,346
1924 25,934 5,000 20,000 47,251
1925 27,144 27,475 5,000 20,000 131,277
1926 23,784 29,492 5,000 20,000 60,000
1927 21,806 34,466 5,000 20,000 141,221
1928 21,539 37,141 5,000 20,000 55,948
1929 18,031 d 33,348 5,000 20,000 71,224
1930 34,483 5,000 20,000 34,000
1931 13,008 31,675 5,000 3,000 20,000 79,070
1932 8,484 27,349 5,000 3,000 20,000 44,958
1933 8,927 23,764 5,000 3,500 20,000 4,000 44,955
1934 14,513 28,466 5,000 3,500 20,000 4,500 36,328
1935 16,741 e 32,496 134,493
1936 18,676 38,497
1937 26,887 49,250
1938 27,632 54,200 82,187
1939 43,453 66,000
1940 43,295 73,837 10,000 7,000 27,000 10,000 171,567
1941 46,022 80,139 148,307
1942 49,952 86,329 12,500 10,000 27,000 32,000 156,308
1943 67,368 95,317 15,000 12,000 27,000 35,000 183,381
1944 111,421 119,934 15,000 15,000 35,000 35,000 257,086
1945 136,630 142,665 20,000 16,000 35,000 36,500
1946 196,347 176,973
1947 217,198 198,146
1948 c. 250,000 242,962 65,000 28,000 75,000 50,000 954,886

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