The forgotten war heroes who kept Britain aﬂoat
Colin Shindler looks at the fascinating history of the Merchant Navy's role in WW2
When Jews backed a fascist
Mussolini’s Jewish fellow travellers provide a stark lesson from history
A move to appease Trump's evangelical base
The US President's decision to recognise Israel's capital is strongly motivated by his domestic support base
Blood-soaked struggle for Israel’s future
Newly-released documents from the National Archive reveal the full extent of Israel's struggle for nationhood
Why Israel owes a debt to Stalin
November 29 marks the 70th anniversary of the UN Partition vote
Tragic family became focus of Zionist Right
The Aaronsohn family were at the heart of NILI, the intelligence network of young Palestinian Jews
Backing the Kurds for 50 years
Israel has had a presence in Iraqi Kurdistan since the days of Golda Meir's premiership
Rare courage of a Soviet refusnik
Masha Slepak was, along with her husband, a central figure among the Moscow refuseniks of the 1970s
The secret of ancient coins
The lulav and etrog often appeared on Jewish coins in classical times - but why?
Birth of a ﬁghting force for Zionism
Jews from the UK comprised almost one third of the five battalions of the Royal Fusiliers — now known to history as the Jewish Legion.
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