The Jewish State

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Filiquarian Publishing, LLC., 2006 - History - 96 pages
17 Reviews
This book is the original zionist classic by Theodor Herzl. The book is about the start of a Jewish state, and played a big role in Israel becoming a state. It is an important text for those studying the history of Israel and Theodor Herzl is undoubtedly the most important author modern Jewish studies. This is also an interesting read for those studying other religions, as Israel plays such a central role to most of the major religions of the world.

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User Review  - Amany Selim - Goodreads

First of all, I have to admit that I didn't read the whole book, only few parts which mainly dealt with the introduction and the Jewish question. The book is too detailed, focusing on minor issues ... Read full review

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User Review  - Seppe Sai - Goodreads

Very good document to learn about the origin of the zionist state and the principles that founded it. despite not being really applied in israel's foundation, it helps see how the zionists thought ... Read full review


Introduction Pages 516
The Jewish Question Pages 1730
The Jewish Company Pages 31
Local Groups Pages 57
Society of Jews and Jewish StatePages 73
Conclusion Pages 9195

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