קיצור תולדות הציונות: מראשיתה ועד ימינו אלה(ספרית דני למדע פופולרי, 50)

Author: 
כהן, ישראל ונתן מיכאל גלבר
Publication title: 
קיצור תולדות הציונות: מראשיתה ועד ימינו אלה(ספרית דני למדע פופולרי, 50)
Publisher: 
ראובן מס
Publishing place: 
ירושלים
Date: 
1956
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The book has later printings, until the fourth corrected version, 1974, with identical page numbering; most of the book was tranlsated from English by Jonathan Hantke from Yisrael Cohen's book, 'A Short History of Zionism'.
Including references to the following topics:
26-27 - About Gustav Friedrich Seyfart 's activity in Krakow regarding the idea of the Jewish State, and about Joseph Perl's response to the initative;
29 - Julius Barasch's mission to Istanbul for the Organization of Jewish Students from Central Europe 'Ichud', to advance the idea of establishing a Jewish state in the Land of Israel.
46-47 - About the pamphlets regarding the solution to the Jewish question, published by Moses Schrenzel of Lemberg (1881);
56-57 - About establishment of Hovevei Zion committees in Iași and Galați, headed by Karpel Lippe and Samuel Pineles, respectively;
58-59 - About early associations of Hibbat Zion in Vienna, Przemyśl, and Lemberg, among whose founders and active members were Ruben Bierer, Nathan Birnbaum and Joseph Isaac Kobak;
59-60 - About the Association of Jewish Students in Berlin, among whom were Marcus Ehrenpreis, Osias Thon and Markus Braude.
91 - About foundation of the Poalei Zion party in Galicia in 1903, and foundation in May 1904 in Krakow of the Austrian Organization of Poalei Zion, under the leadership of Shelomo Kaplansky and Nathan Gross;
92 - About the Austrian Zionist Conference in Krakow;
92-93 - About election of Zionist representatives to the Austrian Parliment in the 1907 and 1911 elections (the Jewish club: Heinrich Gabel, Arthur Mahler, Benno Straucher, Adolf Stand).
93 - Mention of Alfred Nossig's speech at the conference about the Zionist initiative in Brussels in January 1906 to help to the people wounded in the pogroms;
132 - About the committee of Jewish delegations to the Paris Peace Conference, with Leon Reich's participation.
148 - About the election of the presidium of the National Committee of Jews in Eretz Yisrael, numbering three members, among them Jacob Thon;
205 - About reception of 'HaTikva' by Naphtali Herz Imber (about him also page 18) and 'Mekom Sham Arazim' by Isaac Feld.