The tragedy of the MV Struma The MV Struma was a ship chartered in World War II to carry Jewish refugees from Axis-allied Romania to Palestine. Built in 1867, the … Read More Why Did Turkey Tow a Ship of Civilians Out to Sea and Leave Them to Die?
Avraham Stern was a Jewish urban revolutionary who founded and led the Zionist organization later known as Lehi, and was executed by British soldiers.
Philanthropist and activist for Jewish affairs and a member of the prominent Rothschild family Baron Edmond Benjamin James de Rothschild was a Philanthropist and supporter of Jewish settlement in Eretz … Read More Baron Edmond de Rothschild (1845-1934) Friday, November 02, 2007
Throughout the history Haifa bay served as a safe Port for ships in the Mediterranean sea. Benjamin Zeev Herzel recognized the potential and importance of the Port and city of … Read More Port Of Haifa
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s oldest and largest university. It has been ranked as one of the 100 most outstanding academic institutions in the world. The First Board … Read More Opening Ceremony of the Hebrew University
The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is an institute of higher education in Haifa. Founded in 1924, the Technion began with an emphasis on the natural sciences, engineering, and architecture, … Read More The Technion
The opening of King-George street marked the seventh anniversary of the conquering of Jerusalem by the British forces The opening of King-George street marked the seventh anniversary of the conquering … Read More King-George Street in Jerusalem
‘The scattered Jews should have a national centre, and where else but in Palestine?’ In March 1921, twenty six years before the The United Nations General Assembly voted to partition Palestine, Mr. … Read More Winston Churchill on Palestine
Tel Hai (“Hill of Life” in Hebrew) is the modern name of a settlement in northern Israel, the site of an early battle in the Arab-Israeli conflict, where eight Jewish … Read More Tel Hai Battle (1920)
Within the framework of the Paris Peace Conference, a political accord was signed on January 3, 1919, by Dr. Chaim Weizmann in the name of the Zionist Organization and by … Read More The Weizmann-Feisal Agreement