In June 1940, half of the members of Kibbutz Beit Alfa left their home and moved to Kibbutz Ramat Yochanan. A larger number of members did the opposite. These population exchanges, which received the nickname "Transfer", followed a sharp ideological, political and social conflict, and after a painful and tedious process, involving the leadership of the Jewish settlement and the labor movement in Palestine-AI. Berel, Ben-Gurion, Eshkol, Golda and others spent hours and days trying to To solve the dilemma that was created in the two kibbutzim, with dramatic events in the background that affected the fate of the people and the country - the Arab Revolt and World War II. On the 100th anniversary of Kibbutz Beit Alfa, Omer Einav, a member of the kibbutz, returns to the shocking affair that tore apart the first kibbutz of Hashomer Hatzair, which left the fold of the movement and returned to it. In the end. In a fascinating journey to distant days, he paints a complex and multifaceted picture of a forgotten affair. This is a story about people, passions, youth and lofty dreams that shatter on the ground of cruel reality. Dr. Omar Einav wrote his doctoral thesis at the school for history named after Zvi Yabetz at Tel Aviv University. He served as a post-doctoral fellow at the Chaim Weizman Institute for the Study of Zionism and Israel at Tel Aviv University and as the director of the Mandate Researchers' Forum in Israel. Author of the book "Standing at the Gate" (2022).