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Herzl by Steven Beller


Herzl by Steven Beller

At the beginning of June 1895, Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), the Paris correspondent of the Austrian Neue Freie Presse, made a momentous decision - he would bring about the creation of a state for the Jews. In his attempt to realise this dream, he became the greatest figure of modern Jewish history and is today seen as the father of the State of Israel.

About the Author

Steven Beller was born in England and is a former Research Fellow in History at Peterhouse College, Cambridge. He is currently a Visiting Scholar at George Washington University, Washington D.C.

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Publication date

1st October 2004


Steven Beller

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Peter Halban Publishers Ltd


176 pages



Biography: historical, political & military



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