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Ideology and Settlement

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The Jewish National Fund, 1897–1914
By Zvi Shilony Edited By Yehoshua Ben-Arieh Ruth Kark
May 1998 Cloth

Since 1901 the Jewish National Fund was the organ of the World Zionist Organization for the purchase of lands in Palestine and settling it with Jewish people. While working towards this goal, the JNF had to design its land and settlement policy, and to decide where to purchase lands, what types of farming and economy to enhance, which types of settlements to develop, which socio-economic sectors of the Jewish people to assist, how to develop national geographic and economic systems, how to secure as wide as possible borders for the anticipated jewish autonomy, and how to create a Jewish demographic majority in Palestine. This book presents the first deep and detailed research conducted on the subject. In a lively and exciting way it relates the process of decision-making, planning, and carrying out of the policies and enterprises of the JNF in the years prior to World War I.

Title Details
Subjects: HistoryGeography Israel Studies in Historical Geography
Published: May 1998
Language: English
Cloth
760 gr'
448 Pages

 

   

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