Between Redemption and Revival: The Jewish Yishuv of Jerusalem in the Nineteenth Century
Personalities, events and primary issues that existed during the last century in Jerusalem, prior to the emergence of the yishuv (post 1880). comparisons between the sparsely inhabited Holy city and the modern settlement are described in this
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The Old Yishuvs Significance
Jerusalem at the Start of
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