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Historical Jewish Press
This site contains a collection of Jewish newspapers published in various countries, languages, and time periods. We display digital versions of each paper, making it possible to view the papers in their original layout. Full-text search is also available for all content published over the course of each newspaper’s publication. To the newspapers >>
A Daily newspaper in Hebrew published in the years 1944-1946, by the Jewish Brigade. Initially it was published in Rome, and later in Brussels.
"Hazaphon", founded and edited by revisionist lawyer and activist Abraham Vainshel, was the first local newspaper in Israel, covering Haifa and the Northern region of mandatory Palestine.
"Hazit Haam" was founded several months after "Haam" was closed, and was the newspaper of the extremist revisionist group "Brit Habirionim".
"Haam" was founded before the 17th Zionist conference, to give voice to the Revisionist movement's ideology and program. Its official editor was Jabotinsky, but it was edited mainly by Yeivin.
La Epoca was the most important Jewish Newspaper published in Thessaloniki,
The Sentinel, a weekly paper for the Chicago Jewish community, now includes issues from 1950-1951. Issues from 1952-1977 will be added in the coming months.
In collaboration with the Polish National Library, 20 new titles have been added in the past 2 months. The titles may be found in the Jewish Press in Poland section, which will continue to expand this year.