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Zionism by Michael Stanislawski
"This Very Short Introduction discloses a history of Zionism from the origins of modern Jewish nationalism in the 1870's to the present. Michael Stanislawski provides a lucid and detached analysis of Zionism, focusing on its internal intellectual and ideological developments and divides"--
Zionism And Religion by S. Almog
Scholars from Israel and the US examine from various perspectives the relationship between nationalism and religion.
Communism And Zionism In Palestine by Jacob Hen-Tov
Investigating the Communist International's involvement in Palestine during the 1920s, this unusual study encompasses the rise of the Zionist settlement in the region, the gradual emergence of Arab nationalism, and the increasing difficulties facing the British mandatory government in reconciling the growing Arab-Jewish strife. The Communist International, searching for revolutionary situations in the underdeveloped world, attempted to use the unrest in Palestine to undermine the British mandatory government. In the process the Communist International and the Palestine Communist Party were confronted by an expanding popular movementâ Zionismâwhich they tried to suppress. The situation was unique. The Palestine Communist Party's leadership and membership were predominantly Jewish, and perceived the Communist International's anti-Zionist policies as a threat to the existence of the entire Jewish community. Hen-Tov made five investigative trips to Russia. He not only reconstructs the situation in the 1920s, but also explains the roots of the strong anti-Israel position taken by the Soviet Union today.
A History Of Zionism by Walter Laqueur
From one of the most distinguished historians of our time comes the definitive general history of the Zionist movement.
Zionism by Nathan Rotenstreich
Traces the dialectical connections between Zionism’s past and present.
Between Zionism And Judaism by Shalom Ratsabi
The tension between nationalism and humanism on one hand and between Zionism and Judaism on the other, is vividly illustrated by this work. This is done through a comprehensive description of a variety of sources and ideas that inspired the Brith Shalom Society's radical circle in early twentieth-century Palestine.
The British Labour Movement And Zionism 1917 1948 by Joseph Gorny
First Published in 1983. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
European, US, and Israeli historians and social scientists try to skirt the political controversies involved in the origin of Israel to offer academic perspectives on Jewish nationalism, of which Zionism comprised a prominent alternative beginning in the late 19th century. They look in particular at aspects that have been undervalued in examining J.
Zionism And Technocracy by Derek Jonathan Penslar
"Zionism and Technocracy is important reading for anyone seriously interested in the development of the Yishuv during the last decades of Ottoman rule."Â —Choice "... stimulating and well written... " —Shofar "A pioneering work on the most important aspect of early Zionist history, well researched, well written, highly to be recommended." —Walter Laqueur "Taut and well-written with a fresh approach, Penslar's painstakingly researched study fills an important gap in the literature on the early Yishuv." —The Jerusalem Post Magazine "Penslar has written one of the first 'social histories' of an important aspect of Zionism." —David Sorkin "... Penslar presents an alternative perspective of those early days of Jewish settlement. Instead of a tale of individuals and their efforts, it is history of the organizational efforts to develop the institutions needed to reestablish the Jewish presence on the land." —Midstream The creation of a Jewish homeland in modern Palestine represented a monumental technical achievement. This achievement, and the story of the Jewish technocrats from Central Europe who engineered it, is documented here for the first time—bringing together social, intellectual, and institutional history in a pathbreaking study.