Adolf Eichmann, the senior official responsible for the transportation of an innumerable amount of Jews to the death camps in Poland, was captured by the Mossad in 1960. His trial in Jerusalem, which lasted eight months, became the first time in Israeli history that the atrocities of the death camps were publicly discussed.Read more
War & Peace
Establishing a new nation and defending itself.
Provoked by an Egyptian military buildup, Israel fights back.
An examination of the causes and consequences of the Camp David Accords.
Israel and the Palestinians pursue peace.
The history and politics of the decision to disengage.
The foremost leader of Political Zionism.
An important figure in the resettlement and regeneration of Palestine.
The first prime minister of the Jewish state.
The father of Israeli diplomacy.
A man of war and a man of peace.
Discussion of the Holocaust enters the public realm.
The 1976 rescue of the hostages of Air France Flight 139.
The first Israeli astronaut.
A controversial report on the 2008 Gaza War.
The impact the organization has had on Israeli tourism and Jews in the diaspora.
An immigration policy to ensure a Jewish majority in the State of Israel.
An overview of Israel's relationship to the Sinai, the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights.
Israel and Jordan enjoy a lukewarm peace.
The ongoing struggle and the Middle East peace process.
A history of Jerusalem since Israel's establishment.