1. Approx. 30 mins.
2. The Yom Ha'atzmaut program opens with footage of a wreath laying ceremony for Yom Ha'zikkaron, the memorial service for those who fell defending Israel's security. Ian interviews Chaim Gilboa, Moishe Feig, Shmuel Feig and Barry Davis about what it was like to be in Isreal in 1948. Portions of a slide show are seen. Hatikva is led by a children's choir. Marion Silver interviews Mendel Good, a survivor of seven different concentration camps, two jails and two ghettos, and about what it meant to him when the state of Israel was declared. Mr. Good had tuberculosis so was unable to go himself to Israel until many years later, but he helped others to go. Three cantors perform together. Marion speaks to His Excellency David Sultan, the Israeli Ambassador to Canada. The episode ends with footage of children singing and dancing.