Theodor Herzl (Hebrew: תאודור הרצל‎, Hungarian: Herzl Tivadar; May 2, 1860 – July 3, 1904), born Benjamin Ze’ev Herzl (Hebrew: בִּנְיָמִין זְאֵב הֵרצְל‎, also known as חוֹזֵה הַמְדִינָה, Hozeh HaMedinah, lit. "Visionary of the State") was an Ashkenazi Jewish Austro-Hungarian journalist and the father of modern political Zionism and in effect the State of Israel.

Yahrzeit of Theodor Herzl. Upon witnessing the Dreyfus trial in France, Herzl committed his life to pursuing the cause of Zionism. Authored two books, "The Jewish State," and "Old New Land." Was president of the World Zionist Organization.

“If you will it, it is no dream” - Theodor Herzl

The term “Zionism” was first introduced in 1893 by Nathan Birmbaum, but Theodor Herzl, an Austrian Jew born to a prosperous, emancipated Budapest family, is recognized as the founder of…

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Jewish History from 1650 - Modern Jewish History. Jewish History and Community.

David Ben-Gurion proclaiming Israeli independence from the United Kingdom on May 14, 1948

Throwin' it back to that one time David Ben-Gurion read the Israeli Declaration of Independence in Tel Aviv, Israel

Theodor Herzl - Artistic face of Herzl -Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theodor Herzl - Artistic face of Herzl -Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First edition of Altneuland (The Old New Land) by Theodor Herzl, 1902.

First edition of Altneuland (The Old New Land) by Theodor Herzl,

Theodor Herzl - Herzl on board a vessel reaching the shores of Palestine, 1898 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theodor Herzl - Herzl on board a vessel reaching the shores of Palestine, 1898 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theodor Herzl - Wikipedia

Theodore Herzl is considered the father of modern Zionism.

Theodor Herzl - Herzl and his children on a trip in 1900 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theodor Herzl, founding father of the State of Israel - FOZ Museum

Theodor Herzl - Herzl and his family, c. 1866–1873 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theodor Herzl - Herzl and his family, c. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Altneuland, Theodor Herzl (1902)

Tzivi says: "[Director Richard] Trank opens his film by recounting the infamous trial of French Captain Alfred Dreyfus in Herzl attended the trial as Paris correspondent for the Austrian newspaper Neue Freie Presse.

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