Stefan Zweig was a reasonable man. But Herzl saw that the age to come was not going to be reasonable.
“A drunken madman has taken hold of the world’s rudder and is sending us zigzagging into the abyss.”
Used to reinforce the walls against Ottoman invasion.
Are there more important things than being a Jew?
Jewish athletes have won more Olympic medals for fencing than for any other sport.
From the 1780s to World War II.
On Peter Berger and the Jews.
A city without Jews.
To this great novelist, Zionism was the best answer to the Jewish question.
“God! When will you put an end to this miserable life?”
A tale of coffee and sadomasochism.