Letters written by Israeli children during the 1973 war reveal how they experienced one of the nation’s most challenging periods.
Take a rare look inside the newspapers published by the inhabitants of the concentration camp after liberation.
Meet the first Jewish start-up for umbrella rentals!
The story of the newspaper that was not afraid to take on anyone: “Let us destroy to rebuild – we are all suffocating in the dark atmosphere of a community dominated by greedy money-grubbers.”
Meet the artist who risked time in prison by drawing the massacre of the Jews in the Land of Israel in 1929.
Meet the man from Kentucky who believed he could make it big selling waters from the Jordan River to Christians in America.
The sinking of the Altalena was perhaps one of the most incredible and divisive affairs in the history of the State of Israel. What really happened during those tense days?
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