The mystery of Herzl's rebuff
It never did become clear why the Zionist visionary snubbed Austrian-Jewish author Stefan Zweig.
“How young you are! A young branch,” Theodor Herzl called the Austrian-Jewish author Stefan Zweig in a letter from 1902. The letter, preserved in the manuscript collection of the National Library in Jerusalem, will go on display today in honor of the 120th anniversary of the library’s founding.
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