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The Zionist Movement, 1799-1917

Founding of Tel Aviv

  1. Overview
    1. The Development of Zionism in the Nineteenth Century, Based on Albright, et al, Palestine- A Study of Jewish, Arab and British Policies, vol. 1, Yale University Press, 1947.
    2. The First World War and the Balfour Declaration, Based on Albright, et al, Palestine- A Study of Jewish, Arab and British Policies, vol. 1, Yale University Press, 1947.
    3. Zionism, Returning, the Land of Israel as a Focus in Jewish History, Benjamin J. Segal, World Zionist Organization, Jerusalem 1987.
    4. The Story- 1700-1914, MyJewishLearning.com.
    5. The Story- 1914-1948, MyJewishLearning.com.
  2. Primary sources
    1. 1799-1899
    2. 1900-1917
  3. Newspaper articles
    1. Of the Jews, The Columbian Centinel, May 27, 1807.
    2. The Russian statement of the Pamir question, The Times, Sep. 11, 1892.
  4. Secondary sources
    1. Jewish Virtual Library- John Adams Embraces A Jewish Homeland.
    2. “J’Accuse…!” Emile Zola and the Dreyfus Affair.
    3. Meanwhile- Theodor Herzl’s dream 100 years after his death, Geoffrey Wheatcroft, International Herald Tribune, July 3, 2004.
    4. Excerpt from The Emergence of the Arab Movements, Eliezer Tauber, Frank Cass, London 1993.
    5. The Russian Catastrophe, The Jewish Problem in the Modern World, J.W. Parkes, Thornton Butterworth Limited, Great Britain, 1939.
    6. Excerpt from The Berlin-Baghdad Railway as a Cause of World War I, Arthur P. Maloney, New York University, 1959. p.7.
    7. Excerpt from Anglo-Arab Relations and The Question of Palestine, 1914-1921, A. L. Tibawi, Luzac & Company LTD, London, 1978.
    8. Excerpt from J.M. Winter (ed.), America and the Armenian Genocide of 1915, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004.
    9. The Armenian Holocaust, Excerpt from Power, Faith, and Fantasy, Michael B. Oren, W. W. Norton and Company, Inc. New York, 2007.
    10. Why a Jewish Homeland- The Husain-McMahon Arrangements, Palestine- A Study of Jewish, Arab and British Policies, Volume 1, Yale University Press, 1947.
    11. Important points from Turkey- A Past and a Future, Arnold Joseph Toynbee, New York 1917.
    12. Nineteenth Century Chronology, Issam Nassar, Photographing Jerusalem- The Image of the City in Nineteenth Century Photography, Columbia University Press, New York 1997.
    13. Bringing Order to the City, Hannah Brown, Jerusalem Post, Oct 30, 2007.
    14. Ride of the light brigade, Greer Fay Cashman, Jerusalem Post, Oct 30, 2007.
    15. ANZACS reenact Battle of Beersheba, call for peace, Greer Fay Cashman, Jerusalem Post, Nov. 1, 2007.
    16. The Balfour Declaration, Sotheby’s, June 16, 2005.
    17. Books in Brief- Jerusalem- Rebirth of a City, Neil Asher Silberman, BAR 12-04, Jul-Aug 1986.
    18. Jerusalem Model Rediscovered, Helen Davis, BAR 13-01, Jan-Feb 1987.
    19. Napoleon and the Jews, PAPOT Emmanuelle.
    20. The Balfour Declaration, Kenneth W. Stein, Institute for the Study of Modern Israel of Emory University.
  5. Images
    1. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Palestine Exploration Fund, c. 1860.
    2. Photographs of the Ordnance Survey of Jerusalem, Charles W. Wilson, 1865.
    3. First Students of Mikveh Israel, 1870.
    4. Jewish settlers (“Biluim”) in Palestine, 1880’s.
    5. Jerusalem, 1890-1900.
    6. Damascus Gate, 1890-1900.
    7. Ecco Homo Arch, Jerusalem, 1890-1900.
    8. Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem, 1890-1905.
    9. The Face of Empire and the Brace of British Colonialism, 1892.
    10. Degradation of Alfred Dreyfus, 1894.
    11. Alfred Dreyfus
    12. Jews in Jerusalem, 1895
    13. Cover of Der Judenstaat, Feb. 1896.
    14. Cover of Das Neue Ghetto, a Play Written by Herzl, 1897.
    15. The Second Zionist Congress, Basle, Aug. 28-31, 1898.
    16. Jerusalem, 1898
    17. Jerusalem Train Station, 1898-1914
    18. View Looking Down Jaffa Street, Jerusalem, Library of Congress, 1898-1914
    19. Lion’s Gate, 19th century
    20. Austrian Post Office, 1898-1917
    21. Crowd in Front of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 1898
    22. Cover of Altneuland.
    23. Zionist Delegation to Jerusalem, 1898.
    24. Herzl on a Boat En Route to Palestine.
    25. Poster of Herzl, Central Zionist Archives.
    26. The Pogroms of 1903-1906
    27. Victims of the Kischinev Pogrom, 1903.
    28. Russian Tsar, Stop Your Cruel Oppression of the Jews, LOC, 1904.
    29. Letter Signed by Lord Rothschild, Nov. 1905.
    30. The Moslem Quarter of Safed, 1908
    31. Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem, 1908-1918
    32. Founding of Tel Aviv, 1909.
    33. Knesses Yisrael Yeshiva, Hebron, 1911
    34. Camp of New Immigrants on the Sea Shore of Tel Aviv
    35. Joseph Trumpeldor, Founder of the Zion Mule Corps, 1915.
    36. Jews of Alexandria Petition for Jewish State, 1917.
    37. Jews of Cairo Petition for Jewish State, 1917.
    38. General Allenby Enters Jerusalem
    39. Capture of Jerusalem, 1917
    40. Photographs by German Pilots, Nov. 1917 – Sep. 1918.
    41. Palestine Exploration Fund Photographs.
    42. Ahad Haam
    43. Henrietta Szold
    44. Ze’ev (Vladimir) Jabotinsky
    45. 4th Light Horse Brigade at Beersheva
  6. Maps
    1. Tracks to the Promised Land- Selected Maps of the Holy Land
    2. Major Pogrom Centers in Russia and Poland, 1881-1884.
    3. Major Pogrom Centers in Russia and Poland, 1903-1906.
    4. British and Russian Rivalry in Central Asia, 1914.
    5. The Middle East, c. 1914
    6. Areas of Palestine under the Sykes-Picot Agreement, 1916.
    7. Sykes-Picot Agreement, 1916
    8. Hebrew Map of Erez-Israel, Israel Belkind, Federation of American Zionists, 1917.
    9. The Middle East on the Eve of the First World War (with narration).

        7. Videos

  1. The Bolshevik Revolution, Faith and Fate’s Flashbacks in Jewish History.
  2. Why were the Zionists attracted to the discipline of archaeology? Prof. Steven Fine. Produced by Down Low Pictures for COJS.
  3. The Balfour Declaration

       8.Websites

  1. Early Hebrew Newspapers (Hebrew)
  2. The Third Battle of Gaza, 1917
  3. Alfred Dreyfus- le combat pour la justice (French)
  4. The Dreyfus Affair through Postcards

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