The latest Barak biography reads as if it was written 50 years ago, when Israel loved to love its army, and it was clear who the ruling elite was.
Gish Amit alleges that the National Library pilfered Torahs belonging to Yemenite Jews and books owned by Arabs to advance the Zionist enterprise. That may be true, but so what?
A new book by Kastners killer leaves many questions about the murder still unanswered. The state, for its part, refuses to declassify a document relevant to the event.
In Tom Segev's final column, he continues to shine a light on missing chapters of Israeli history.
Incredible as it may seem, Stalin's Soviet Union was once at the center of Israeli identity.
Sun Yat-sen's sympathetic attitude towards the Jews deserves mention precisely because he owed them nothing.
It is customary to hold Ben-Gurion responsible for the failure to separate church from state. But don't blame the old man.
A few years ago, Prof. Dan Amir embarked on a genealogical quest which turned out to be more perplexing than most mathematical puzzles he is used to dealing with.
Newly-released documents shed light on the infamous 'Doctors' Plot' in the Soviet Union, and the dilemma faced by the Israeli government.
The Turks' efforts to conquer Europe - and the world - are succinctly described in a book which has just come out in Hebrew.