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Vision and fulfillment; the first twenty-five years of the Hebrew University, 1925-1950.

Author: Lotta Levensohn
Publisher: New York, Greystone Press, 1950.
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American-born journalist and translator Lotta Levensohn documents the history of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, established in 1925. The history covers the founders' first inspiration for the university, its pre-WWII development, its existence during the war and then during Israel's war of independence, the relationship between the university and the state and the Jewish people of Israel, the Jewish National and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Levensohn, Lotta.
Vision and fulfillment.
New York, Greystone Press, 1950
(OCoLC)593708204
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lotta Levensohn
OCLC Number: 557986
Description: 190 pages illustrations 21 cm

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American-born journalist and translator Lotta Levensohn documents the history of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, established in 1925. The history covers the founders' first inspiration for the university, its pre-WWII development, its existence during the war and then during Israel's war of independence, the relationship between the university and the state and the Jewish people of Israel, the Jewish National and University Library, foreign supporters, the United States, a memorial to Dr. Judah Leib Magnes, and the university as a spiritual center.

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