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Ha-ʿAm (Heb. ‘The Nation’) was a literary and current affairs weekly that appeared in Moscow between the years 1916 and 1918.
This is 37th newspaper to be added to the website. The current electronic edition contains 1178 pages.
The additional material is as follows: The Occident, an additional 3,889 pages Herut, an additional 7,948 pages from the years 1957-1964 Haynt, an additional 2,729 pages from the years 1909-1910
This was a daily newspaper of the national religious parties, ha-MiZRaCḤI and ha-Poʿel ha-MiZRaCḤI. It was published initially in Jerusalem and afterwards in Tel-Aviv for seventy-one years from 1937 until 2008.
This is 35th newspaper to be added to the website. At this time, the electronic edition contains 21,210 pages
Ha-Micpe was a religious Zionist weekly that appeared in Kraków (Poland) between 1904 and 1915 and again between 1917 and 1921.
Ha-Micpe constitutes a sort of continuation of ha-Magid and was aimed at the Hebrew reading public of the Russian Empire.
This is the 34th newspaper to be added to the website. The present electronic edition contains 4767 pages.
Ha-Mizrachi was the organ of the Mizrachi movement in Poland and appeared in Warsaw between the years 1918 and 1924.
This is the 33 newspaper to be added to the website, and the electronic edition comprises all of the years in which the newspaper appeared—altogether 2588 pages.