Fear of leaks and signatures on a blank scroll: Hadassah Rivkind recalls her efforts leading up to the ceremony, not receiving an invitation and listening to the ceremony on the radio.
After discovering the album was full of swastikas and Nazi uniforms 'I felt like going out onto the street with a bell, like Santa Claus, ringing and yelling: ‘Whose is this album?' Ofer Kotler said.
She rode camels alongside Churchill and T.E. Lawrence, and questioned the wisdom of the Balfour Declaration. Now, 90 years after her death, Gertrude Bell is back in the spotlight.
The IPPA archive, which is being transferred to the national library, contains a million photos. Its Yom Kippur War collection includes photos of both top brass and regular soldiers from both fronts of the war.
After stumbling upon an amazing photograph at WWII veteran's home, a history teacher from a small New York town embarks on a search to discover the extraordinary rescue story behind it.
Some 40 rival houses across the country sell everything from notes by Herzl to Nazi memorabilia.
After attending the funeral alongside Obama and Bill Clinton, the British royal went to Church of Mary Magdalene on the Mount of Olives to visit the grave of his paternal grandmother, a righteous among the nations.
Dr. Sharon Geva slams website for lack of transparency and ‘humiliating’ approach after Wikipedia editors erased pages on pioneering but unknown women.
Israel’s elder statesman Shimon Peres believed security and peace went hand in hand and that 'Dimona had paved the way for Oslo.'
Government figures ahead of Rosh Hashanah show 75 percent of Israelis are Jews, and 21 percent are Arabs, most of the rest are foreign nationals.