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THE HISTORICAL ARCHIVES OF AARONSOHN HOUSE / הארכיון ההיסטורי בבית אהרנסון, זכרון-יעקב

אסנת ברעוז and OSNAT BAROZE
Cathedra: For the History of Eretz Israel and Its Yishuv / קתדרה: לתולדות ארץ ישראל ויישובה
חוברת‎ 59 (ניסן תשנ"א / מארס 1991), pp. 181-187
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23402221
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Abstract

The Nili Archives in Zikhron Ya'acov contain rich historical material documenting the lives and work of the Aaronsohn family, Avshalom Feinberg, Yosef Lishansky, and the history of NILI. The collection is under the supervision of the Israel State Archives and is divided into three main sections: Aaron Aaronsohn: Letters and documents from 1894-1919; in Hebrew, French, English, and German. Avshalom Feinberg: Letters, information about the Jewish population, military reports, writings. Alexander Aaronsohn: Military intelligence repo-rts, and articles. There is also material about Sarah Aaronsohn, Rivka Aaronsohn, and Yosef Lishansky. The archives are open to the public as well as to researchers.

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