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Selected Bibliography


Ben-Gurion Archive, Sde Boker

Ben-Gurion House, Library, Tel Aviv

Ben-Zvi Institute, Jerusalem

Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem

Genazim, Machon Bein-Bibliografi al Shem Asher Barash, Tel Aviv

Golda Meir Memorial Association at the Lavon Labor Archive

Israel State Archives, Jerusalem

Jabotinsky Institute, Tel Aviv

Jewish Theological Seminary Archives, New York

Katznelson Bequest, Beit Berl

Mapai Archive, Beit Berl

Pinḥas Lavon Labor Archive, Tel Aviv

Public Record Office, London

YIVO (Jewish Institute for Historical Research) Archive, New York

Interviews, Minutes, and Other Unpublished Materials

Abramov, Shneur Zalman. (Scholar formerly active in politics.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 28 December 1990.

Allon, Yigal. Interview on Israel Army Radio, 12 January 1979. Transcript in GMM.

Ben-Elissar, Eliahu. (Member of the Knesset, and head of its Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.) Interview by Yaron Ronen. Broadcast on Israel Television, 26 June 1991.

Ben-Gurion, David. Yoman [Diaries]. In Ben-Gurion Archives, Sde Boker. Diaries division, Ben-Gurion section.

“Bulletin of Events.” Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau. Stencil. Jerusalem.

Davis, Moshe. (Founding head of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Hebrew University.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 26 July 1991.

Ehrlich, Emma. (Longtime secretary of Henrietta Szold.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 6 July 1986.

Ehrlich, Emma. “Notes and Impressions.” Typescript. CZA, File A125/29.

Elam, Yitzhak. (Coworker of Golda Meir.) “BiMḥitzatah Shel Golda.” Conversations between September 1985 and February 1986 with Drora Beit-Or. Transcript in GMM.

———. Interviews by Yitzhak Greenberg. N.p., 13, 19, 29 August 1985; 7, 29 November 1985; 6, 20, 27 December 1985; 17, 24, 30 January 1986; 26 June 1989; 9 July 1989; 19 September 1989. Transcripts in GMM.

Gelber, Sylva. (First graduate of Szold’s School of Social Work and Palestine resident from 1932 to 1948.) Interview by Michael Brown. Ottawa, 24 January 1988.

HaPo’el HaTza’ir. Minutes of Central Committee meetings.

Herman, Zena. “Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliya.” N.p., [1945?]. Typescript in CZA, File A125/91.

Histadrut National Labor Federation. Annual balance sheets of the Executive Committee.

———. Minutes of the Annual Meeting.

———. Minutes of Council meetings.

———. Minutes of Executive Committee meetings.

———. Minutes of Executive Committee Secretariat meetings.

Hollander, Judy. “Deborah Kallen, on American Education in Eretz Yisrael,” draft paper.

———. (Scholar, researching Deborah Kallen.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 5 July 1986.

Jewish Agency Executive. Minutes of meetings.

Kadar, Lou. (Secretary of Golda Meir.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 28 August 1985.

Kolatt-Kopelovich, Yisrael. “Ideologia U-Metzi’ut BiTnu’at HaAvoda BeEretz Yisrael, 1905–1919” [Hebrew]. Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1964.

Kutscher, Carol Bosworth. “The Early Years of Hadassah,” Ph.D. dissertation, Brandeis University, 1976.

Lenroot, Katherine F., Chief, Children’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor. “Henrietta Szold—Social Pioneer,” speech at Szold Memorial Meeting, Baltimore, 29 April 1945. Typescript in Central Zionist Archives, File A125/235.

Lipstadt, Deborah E. “The Zionist Career of Louis Lipsky, 1900–1921.” Ph.D. dissertation, Brandeis University, 1976.

Mapai Party. Minutes of Annual Meeting.

———. Minutes of branch meetings.

———. Minutes of Center meetings.

———. Minutes of Council meetings.

———. Minutes of Political Committee meetings.

———. Minutes of Secretariat meetings.

Medzini, Regina. (Friend of Golda Meir.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 29 August 1985.

———. Interview by Drora Beit-Or. N.p., 29 September 1986. Transcript in GMM.

Meir, Golda, and Sheyna Korngold. “Beit Avi.” Interview by Dan Raviv. N.p., 1 January 1967. Transcript in GMM.

Naḥshon. Minutes of Directorate meetings.

Nardi, Shulamith. (Scholar and former assistant to presidents of Israel.) Interview by Michael Brown. Jerusalem, 26 March 1991.

Painton, Frederick. “Henrietta Szold—American,” [1944]. CZA, File A125/29.

“Proceedings of the Louis D. Brandeis Memorial Meeting held under the auspices of the Palestine Economic Corporation at Ein Hashofet, Palestine, October 16, 1941” (mimeo).

Rahabi, Sarah. (Daughter of Golda Meir.) Interview by Michael Brown. Tel Aviv, 2 September 1985.

Repetur, Berl. (Coworker of Golda Meir.) Interviews by Drora Beit-Or. N.p., 5, 10 March 1985; 10, 17 April 1985. Transcripts in GMM.

Richman, Harvey. “The Image of America in the European Hebrew Periodicals of the Nineteenth Century until 1880.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1971.

Rosenblatt, Gertrude Goldsmith. (A founder of the Daughters of Zion with Henrietta Szold and the wife of Judge Bernard Rosenblatt of the American Zion Commonwealth.) Extracts from her diary. CZA, File, A125/18.

Sandler, Bernard I. “The Jews of America and the Resettlement of Palestine, 1908–1934: Efforts and Achievements.” Ph.D. dissertation, Bar Ilan University, 1978.

Shpiro, David. “The Role of the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs as the Political Arm of American Zionism, 1938–1944” [Hebrew]. Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1979.

Simḥoni, Yehudit. (Associate of Golda Meir.) Interview by Drora Or-Beit and Sarah Rahabi. N.p., 5 April 1987. Transcript in GMM.

Skirball, Henry Franc. “Isaac Baer Berkson and Jewish Education.” Ed.D. dissertation, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, 1976.

“Summary of the Position of the Zionist Organization of America in Conference with Dr. Weizmann and Associates.” Submitted by the president of the Zionist Organization of America to, and adopted by, National Executive Committee at meeting of 19–20 March 1921.

Szold, Henrietta. “The Future of Women’s Work for Palestine.” Jerusalem, 30 May 1930. Typescript in CZA, File A44/35.

Tzaḥor, Ze’ev. “HaHistadrut—Tekufat HaItzuv.” Ph.D. dissertation, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1979.

Wertheim, Maurice. “Report” of Maurice Wertheim on the Condition of the Jews of Palestine. N.p., 21 October 1914. Typescript in CZA, File A125/289.

World Zionist Organization. Minutes of Zionist Executive Committee meetings.

Zionist Organization of America. Minutes of Administrative Committee meetings.

———. Minutes of National Executive Committee meetings.

Newspapers and Journals

HaAretz, Tel Aviv (before December 1919, Ḥadshot HaAretz)

Activity Bulletin, Chicago League for Labor Palestine

HaAḥdut, Jerusalem

HaAḥot, Jerusalem

The American Hebrew, New York

Die Arbeiter Zeitung, Vienna

Avukah Annual, New York

The Avukah Bulletin, New York

Ba-Ma’ala, Tel Aviv

Baltimore Sun

HaBoker, Tel Aviv

Bulletin, Veterans of the Jewish Legion, Baltimore and Aviḥail

Bulletin of Events of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau (stencil), Jerusalem

Bustenai, Reḥovot

The Canadian Zionist, Montreal

CCAR Yearbook

Davar, Tel Aviv

HaDo’ar, New York

Do’ar HaYom, Jerusalem

Dvar HaPo’elet, Tel Aviv

Farn Folk, New York

Forverts, New York

Di Frayhayt, New York

Gerverkshaften Kampayn Zhurnal [Palestine Labor Journal]

Hadassah News Letter, New York

HaIvri, New York

HaḤavatzelet, Jerusalem

Haynt, Warsaw

Hechalutz Bulletin, New York

Hed HaḤinuch, Tel Aviv

Hed Yerushalayim, Jerusalem

Dos Iddishe Folk, New York

Der Iddisher Kemfer, New York

Jerusalem Post (before 1950, the Palestine Post)

The Jewish Chronicle, London

Jewish Daily Bulletin, New York

Jewish Frontier, New York (before December 1934, Labor Palestine)

The Jewish Herald, Johannesberg

The Jewish Monitor, Fort Worth, Texas

Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, London

The Jewish Review and Observer, Cleveland, Ohio

The Jewish Tribune, New York

Jüdische Rundschau, Berlin

Kongress Zeitung [Iton HaCongress HaTziyoni]

The Labor Zionist, New York

Labor Zionist News Letter of the Hechalutz Organization of America with the Collaboration of the League for Labor Palestine

Luaḥ Eretz Yisrael, Jerusalem

The Maccabaean, New York

HaMashkif, Tel Aviv

Mo’adim, Tel Aviv

Der Morgn Zhurnal, New York

Moznayim, Tel Aviv

The New Palestine, New York

New York Times

HaOlam, London

Opinion: A Journal of Jewish Life and Letters, New York

Palestine Bulletin (incorporated into the Palestine Post in 1932)

Palestine Souvenir on the occasion of the Fifth Anniversary of the Geverkshaften Palestine Campaign and the Fourth National Labor Convention for Palestine Held in New York, 29/30 December 1928

The Pioneer Woman, New York

HaPo’el HaTza’ir, Jaffa, then Tel Aviv

Rasswiet, Paris

Reshumoth, Odessa, then Tel Aviv

HaShilo’aḥ, Odessa, then Cracow

New York Sun

Scranton Times

Scranton Tribune

Der Tog, New York

HaToren, New York

Di Tsayt, New York

HaTzafon, Haifa

HaTziyoni HaKlali, Jerusalem

The Vanguard, New York

Washington Post

HaYarden, Jerusalem

Yediot HaMercaz Shel Mifleget Po’ale Eretz Yisrael, Tel Aviv

The Zionist, New York

The Zionist Revisionist Fortnightly, New York

Works by Subjects of this Book

N.B. Most articles in the above journals are not listed separately here.

David Ben-Gurion

Ben-Gurion, David. The A. B.C. of Zionist Policy. New York: Habonim Labor Zionist Youth, 1945.

———. Igrot David Ben-Gurion [Hebrew]. Comp. Yehuda Erez. 3 vols. Tel Aviv: Am Oved and Tel Aviv University, 1972.

———_. Ktavim Rishonim [Hebrew]. Tel Aviv: Aḥdut, 5722 [1962].

———. Letters to Paula. Trans. Aubrey Hodes. London: Vallentine- Mitchell, 1971.

———. “A Month in a Flying Clipper,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 14 February 1964, pp. 21, 23–24.

———. “On the Road to the State—I Try to Arouse U.S. Zionists,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 7 February 1964, pp. 12–15.

———. “On the Road to the State—We Look Towards America,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 31 January 1964, pp. 14–16.

———. “Three New Friends for Zionism,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 13 March 1964, pp. 18, 20, 22, 24.

———. “United States Jewry on the Threshold of Unity,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 3 April 1964, pp. 14–16.

———. “Why We Placed Our Trust in Britain,” Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 18 October 1963, pp. 19, 21–23.

———. Zichronot [Hebrew]. 6 vols. Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1971–87.

Ben-Zvi, Yitzḥak, and David Ben-Gurion. Oyfgabn in Yetztign Moment [Yiddish]. New York: n.p., 5678 [1918].

Chaim Nachman Bialik

Bialik, Chaim Nachman. “As Bialik Saw America in 1926.” In Modern Jewish Life in Literature, bk. 2. Ed. Azriel Eisenberg. Trans. Maurice Shudofsky. New York: United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, 1968.

———. Bialik on the Hebrew University. Jerusalem: Palestine Friends of the Hebrew University, 1935.

———. Devarim SheBe’al Peh. 2 vols. Tel Aviv: Dvir, 5695 [1935].

———. “Dvir” U-“Moriah”. New York: n.p., 5686 [1926].

———. “Igrot.” Knesset 5 (1940): 19–25.

———. Igrot Bialik Benogei’a LeHotza’at Shirei Rabi Shlomo Ibn Gvirol VeRabi Moshe Ibn Ezra BeHosafat Keta’im MiPiyutei Rashbag [Hebrew]. Ed. Joseph Marcus. New York: Privately by Joseph Marcus, 1935.

———. Igrot Chaim Nachman Bialik. Ed. F[ishel] Laḥover. 5 vols. Tel Aviv: Dvir, 1938–39.

———. Igrot El Ra’ayato Manya [Hebrew]. Jerusalem: Mosad Bialik and Dvir, 5716 [1955].

———. Selected Poems of Chaim Nachman Bialik. Trans. Maurice Samuel. New York: New Palestine, 1926.

Bialik, Chaim Nachman, Dr. H. Glickson, and Dr. Shmaryahu Levin. “Dvir,” Hotza’at Sfarim Le’umit Tziburit“ [Hebrew]. Berlin: Dfus ”Ever,“ 5682 [1922].

Ovadyahu, Mordecai. MiPi Bialik [Hebrew]. Tel Aviv: Masada, 5705 [1945].

Shmeruk, Khone, ed. Correspondence Between S. J. Abramowitsch, Ch. N. Bialik and Y. Ch. Rawnitzki, 1905–1908. Jerusalem: Israel Academy of Science and Humanities, 1976.

Ze’ev Jabotinsky

Jabotinsky, Ze’ev. HaDerech el HaRevisionism HaTziyoni [Hebrew]. Ed. Joseph Nedava. Tel Aviv: Jabotinsky Institute, 1984.

———. Igrot Ze’ev Jabotinsky, Reshima u-Mafteah [Hebrew]. Vol. 1, 1901–24. Tel Aviv: Chaim Weizmann Center for the Research of Zionism of Tel Aviv University and the Jabotinsky Institute, 5732 [1972]. Vol. 2, 1924–40, in manuscript in MJ.

———. Kitvei Ze’ev Jabotinsky, 5657–5700/1897–1940 [Hebrew]. Ed. Yisrael Yevarovitch. Tel Aviv: Machon Jabotinsky, 1977.

———. Ktavim [Hebrew]. 18 vols. Jerusalem: Eri Jabotinsky, 1948–59.

———. HaRevisionism HaTziyoni BeHitgabshuto [Hebrew]. Ed. Joseph Nedava. Tel Aviv: Jabotinsky Institute, 1985.

——— [Vladimir]. The Story of the Jewish Legion. Trans. Samuel Katz. New York: Bernard Ackerman, 1945.

———. “Tigel” [A Crucible]. Russkie vedemosti [Russian], 15 April 1916.

———. The War and the Jew. New York: Altalena, 1987.

Berl Katznelson

Katznelson, B[erl]. Di Arbayter Bank in Erets Yisroel [Yiddish]. New York: American Workers Committee for the Workers’ Bank in Palestine, [1922].

———. Igrot B. Katznelson [Hebrew]. 6 vols. Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1961–84.

———. Kitvei B. Katznelson [Hebrew]. 11 vols. Tel Aviv: Mifleget Po’alei Eretz Yisrael, 5706–13 [1946–53].

———. Revolutionary Constructivism: Essays on the Jewish Labor Movement in Palestine. Trans, and abr. Benny Applebaum and Shlomo Grodzensky. New York: Young Poale Zion Alliance, 1937.

———. “Ve’idath London” [Hebrew]. HaAdama 1 (Tamuz-Av, 5680 [1920]): 453–76.

Golda Meir

Meir, Golda. BeDegel HaAvoda [Hebrew]. Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1972.

———. Beit Avi [Hebrew]. [Tel Aviv]: Hakibbutz Hame’uchad, 1972.

———. “BeLev Shalem U-VeSimḥa.” In Sefer HaAliyah HaShlishit, vol. 2. Ed. Yehuda Erez. Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1964.

——— [Golde Meyerson]. Likrat Ha-Congress Ha-22. [Tel Aviv]: Mifleget Po’alei Eretz Yisrael, 1946.

———. My Life. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1975.

———. “Yamim Rishonim BaKvutza” [Hebrew]. From a talk at Kibbutz Revivim. N.p., 1969.

Christman, Henry M., ed. This is Our Strength: Selected Papers of Golda Meir. New York: Macmillan, 1962.

Shenker, Israel, and Mary Shenker, eds. As Good As Golda. New York: McCall, 1970.

Syrkin, Marie, ed. A Land of Our Own: An Oral Biography of Golda Meir. New York: Putnam’s Sons, 1973.

Henrietta Szold

Lowenthal, Marvin. Henrietta Szold, Life and Letters. New York: Viking, 1942.

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———. To the Jewish Youth. Address of Dr. Chaim Arlozoroff Before the Washington Chapter of “Avukah.” New York: Zionist Labor Party “Hitachduth” of America and Canada, 1928.

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———. “‘HeḤalutz’ VeHaHitnadvut LaGdud HaIvri BeArtzot HaBrit” [Hebrew]. In Sefer HaAliyah HaShlishit. Ed. Yehuda Erez. Tel Aviv: n.p., 1964.

———. “Od Al Tnu’ateinu BeAmerica” [Hebrew]. Kuntres, 20 August 1926, 4–9.

———. Poale Zion BaAliyah Hashniya [Hebrew]. Tel Aviv: Mifleget Po’alei Eretz Yisrael VeIḥud Olami Poale Zion (Z. S.) Hitachduth, 1950.

———. “Tnu’ateinu BeAmerica” [Hebrew], originally a lecture given at the Aḥdut HaAvoda Council, Tel Aviv. Kuntres, 24 July 1926, 8–11.

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