Haaretz's Jerusalem office. The Zionist Archives

Haaretz at 100 The Untold Story of Haaretz's First Days

The manual printing press, the feminist article by Jabotinsky and the resignation that jolted the paper's staff. A return to the early days of Haaretz, on the occasion of the centenary of its founding

Joy reigned in Jerusalem on Wednesday, June 18, 1919: For the first time in two years a daily newspaper in Hebrew was available. The Great War had ended seven months earlier, and the city was still licking its...

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