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Theodor Herzl

(1860—1904) Hungarian-born journalist, dramatist, and Zionist leader


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(1860–1904)

Hungarian-born journalist, dramatist, and Zionist leader. He worked for most of his life as a writer and journalist in Vienna, advocating the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine; in 1897 he founded the Zionist movement, of which he was the most influential statesman.

Subjects: Religion.


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