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Israel’s founding father won only four seats in his last Knesset run
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Noam Nachman-Tepper seeks to dispute the accepted narrative surrounding the capture of Eli Cohen.
Rare pictures: This is what Jerusalem looked like 150 years ago
Discovered in the National Library archives, Himmler’s message to the Mufti decried the “Jewish invaders”, while sending “warm wishes for your continued struggle…”
Read the story of how an international Jewish superstar came to entertain Israeli troops fighting in the Yom Kippur War
In 1970 ten Israeli prisoners in Egypt, captives of the War of Attrition, used their abundant free time for an unusual project: translating J.R.R. Tolkien’s first book into Hebrew
While imprisoned in a notorious British jail, this youth came up with the design of a submachine gun which would gain worldwide popularity. This is the unbelievable story of Uzi Gal.
The then-revolutionary photochrom method gave the world its first color pictures — based on the imagination of the employee working the printing plates.
An anonymous letter, recently discovered in the National Library archives, offers a glimpe into a time of crisis when the residents of Tel Aviv were prisoners in their own homes.
A look at an incredible series of photographs taken by Hebrew soldiers in Egypt during WWII. Some of these smiling faces would not survive the war – They died during an attempt to save Jewish lives.
In a speech given two years before his death last Friday, Israeli writer Amos Oz spoke of what was holy to him
אנחנו עובדים כל הזמן כדי להביא לכם את התוכן האיכותי והמעניין מתוך אוצרות הספרייה.
בדיוק כותבים את הסיפור הבא…
תודה שנרשמת לניוזלטר של הספרנים