Howard Sachar

Howard M. Sachar is the author of numerous books, including <i>A History of Israel</i>, <i>A History of the Jews in America</i>, <i>Farewell Espana</i>, <i>Israel and Europe</i>, and <i>A History of Jews in the Modern World</i>. He is also the editor of the 39-volume <i>The Rise of Israel: A Documentary History</i>. He serves as Professor of Modern History at George Washington University.

Articles by Howard Sachar

Jews and Arabs in British Mandate Palestine

During the interwar period, the two populations struggled to lay claim to the land.

The ILGWU Strike of 1909

The 1909 ILGWU strike established a precedent for serious collective action in other branches of the garment economy.

The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

The 1911 tragedy fueled the Jewish labor movement for decades to come.

Jewish Workers and Trade Unions

Needling capitalism in America.

American Jewry, 1945-1980

American Jewry After World War II. Jewish History from 1948 - 1980. Modern Jewish History. Jewish History and Community.

The First Intifada

The content and consequences of the 1987 Palestinian uprising.