Riding on horseback, dressed in formal wear, all the young men of the Zichron Yaakov farming colony came down from the mountain at 7 A.M. to the neighboring village of Tantura on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, 5 kilometers from their home. It was late February 1914. The young men were riding to welcome an honored guest: Baron Rothschild, the well-known Zionist benefactor who...