The story of Theodor Herzl and the First Zionist Congress, convened 120 years ago on this date.
A Jewish state or a new Jew?
The unresolved rivalry between the great Zionist thinker and the great Zionist strategist still shapes the contending outlooks of many 21st-century Jews.
Not part of any colonial agenda.
Aḥad Ha’am on Zionism and Israel.
And got him an audience with the Kaiser.
How my countrymen gave up the hope for real peace, and how they can get it back.
“The most important thing about Herzl is not just that he was thinking about a state. . . . He saw that if you want. . .
In a character in his 1899 novel McTeague, Frank Norris, drawing in part on the work of Jewish thinkers, may have created the most. . .