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  1. Secondary sources
    1. The Land of Israel, 1800-1948- Introduction, Ron Zweig, David Engel, COJS.
    2. Zionism- The First 120 Years, 1882-2002.
    3. Zionist Milestones, The Jewish Agency for Israel, 2001.
    4. Notes from Lewis, Bernard, The Arabs in History, Harper and Row, NY 1960.
    5. Zionism- The First 100 Years, Embassy of Israel, Washington D.C.
    6. Picture a Nation- Poster art unearthed from Jerusalem’s Central Zionist Archives
    7. MidEast Web- The Population of Palestine Prior to 1948
    8. Timeline of the History of Palestine 2500 B.C. – 1947 A.D., The Israel Yearbook, 1950/51.
  2. Websites
    1. American Jewish Committee
    2. American Jewish Committee Archives
    3. The Avalon Project at Yale Law School- The Middle East 1916-the Present
    4. Azure
    5. BICOM – Britain-Israel Communications and Research Center
    6. Central Zionist Archives
    7. COJS Educational Resource Guides- Zionism & State of Israel
    8. Country Studies- Israel
    9. The Destiny Foundation
    10. Eye on Israel
    11. Holy Land- American Encounters with the Land of Israel in the Century Before Statehood
    12. Imperial History of the Middle East
    13. Israel and Zionism
    14. The Israel Project
    15. Israel Studies (journal)
    16. Jewish National & University Library
    17. Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    18. The Lookstein Center- Israel Resources
    19. Middle East Maps
    21. The Poster Collection
    22. Simon Wiesenthal Center
    23. The State of Israel- Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History
    24. Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive
    25. The Story of Zionism (Educational Resources)
    26. UNISPAL – United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine
    27. ‘Z’ Word
    28. Zionism – An Introduction
    29. Zionism and Israel Information Center Encyclopedic Dictionary and Glossary
    30. Zionism- The Jews as a Nation
    31. Zionist Organization of America
  3. Videos
    1. Faith and Fate’s Flashbacks in Jewish History
  4. Further reading
    1. Document Collections and Scholarly Books
    2. The Institute for the Research of Eretz-Israel, Its People and Cultures, Yad Ben-Zvi, Catalogue of Publications.

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