Lueger Temporary is little more than an “elementary-school collage.”
“Like lions, the warriors of Israel prevailed.”
This week, in Basel, the World Zionist Organization convened to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress. What was the original meeting like?
“The world will be freed by our freedom, and made great by our greatness.”
“A sign of my appreciation towards . . . the poet and fighter for our people’s human rights.”
“The Angel of Zion, framed by a Magen David, extends its wings and points Jewish exiles toward Eretz Yisrael.”
The Herzl paradox.
A new book finds the roots of the “religious revolution” in the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Theodor Herzl.
Stefan Zweig was a reasonable man. But Herzl saw that the age to come was not going to be reasonable.
A new interview, published in English here for the first time, reveals the political tradition at work in the Israeli leader’s thinking.
Why are Israelis so happy, and why do they have so many children?
The late Supreme Court justice’s patriotic reflections.
Karl Lueger inspired Theodor Herzl and Adolf Hitler—in very different ways.