American Jewish Archives
Letters referring to the death of Aaron Aaronsohn; and concerning Palestine, mostly written by General Allenby of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force during World War I.
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence with Jacob de Haas on Zionist and Palestinian affairs (including the Zionist Organization of America) -- Correspondence likely written from the following places: Washington, D.C., Paris, Berlin, and Poland
Yale University
Collection of 13 broadsides and newspapers from the Zionist Revisionist organizations Irgun Tsevai Leumi (Etsel) and Lohame Herut Yisrael (Lehi)
Yale University
The registers provide lengthy subject descriptions of the files of Colonial office collection 733: Palestine original correspondence. They also indicate file dates and senders, and what action, if any, was taken upon receipt of each file
Yale University
The records consist mainly of instructions to and despatches from diplomatic and consular officials. The despatches are often accompanied by enclosures. Also included are notes between the State Department and foreign diplomatic representatives in the United States, memoranda prepared by officials of the Department, and correspondence with officials of other government departments and with private firms and individuals
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Relates to the question of a Jewish state in Palestine and to the foreign policy of the United States and Great Britain concerning Palestine
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
The collection consists of audio recordings on reel-to-reel and cassette tapes of interviews and news coverage of Jewish personages and events conducted by Moses Schonfeld, along with some of his notes and other textual information. The collection is arranged into five parts. The first part deals mainly with world events, focusing specifically on Israel. The second part deals with Americans who settled in Palestine before Israeli Independence and is entitled "Israel at 25 - Americans who Settled Before Independence." The third and fourth parts consist of series of broadcasts with Israel Magazine for the Israel Broadcasting Service. The fifth part includes interviews with people who remember the establishment of their various Jewish communities in America, entitled "Early Jewish Roots.".
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
These posters describe the response and reactions of the Jewish community in Palestine during the period of the British Mandate to the government's curtailment of aliyah. Forms of protest included work and bus stoppages and rallies. The Chief rabbinate issued lists of Psalms and prayers to recite during the crisis. One poster issued by Agudat Israel and the ʻEdah ha-ḥaredit states that they are not participating in the strikes. The posters group noticeably in May, 1930, and again in May, 1939, when the MacDonald White Paper was issued. Posters and forms relating to Yom ha-peḳudah, the Yishuv's protest of the MacDonald White Paper, are in this collection. Two items from the 1920s, issued by the Ṿaʻad ha-artsi le-ʻinyene ʻaliyah of the Ṿaʻad ha-leʼumi, appealing for contributions for mas ʻaliyah, are also included here
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
The collection, compiled by the Zionist Archives and ranging from the late 1930s to the late 1980s, documents issues pertaining to Palestine and the State of Israel, as well as issues relating to World Jewry such as anti-Semitism. It consists of news articles from the Independent Jewish Press Service (1945-1947), daily press surveys from the Jewish Agency for Palestine in London (1943-1953), filmstrips of Israel and Israelis (1953-1975), video cassettes with footage relating to Israel from major news networks (1979-1988) and various maps of Israel and the surrounding area (1930s-1970s). Also included are a number of slides of people, places and events pertaining to Israel and Jewry, some of which were created by David and Min Sapir
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Broadsides, invitations, flyers, pamphlets, periodicals, death notices, advertisements, receipts, and other printed ephemera produced in Israel and Palestine by the British Mandatory government and a variety of segments of the Jewish community in Palestine and Israel. They cover economic, social, political, cultural and religious aspects of life there. Examples of topics include Sabbath observance, kashrut, appeals for charity, public health, women's issues, the organization of the Jewish community in Palestine under British rule, self-defense and military activities of the Jewish community, land settlement, agricultural colonies, election campaigns, and relations between different segments of the population

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