Archives of the Jabotinsky Institute

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IL AJI

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Archives of the Jabotinsky Institute

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Archive Director: Amira Stern

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Beit Jabotinsky, 1st Floor, 38 King George Street,

Localidad

Tel Aviv

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Nombre del país

Israel

Código postal

61230

Teléfono

+972-3-6210619

Fax

+972-3-5285587

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Historia

The Jabotinsky Institute in Israel was founded in 1937 with the aim of collecting and serving as a repository for documents, publications and photographic material associated with Ze'ev Jabotinsky and the Revisionist Movement. In 1958, the Institute was recognized in accordance with the Archives Law as a Public Historical Archive.

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Estructura administrativa

The Jabotinsky Institute's main components are the Jabotinsky Museum and the Archives of the Jabotinsky Movement, both of which showcase the movement's history, factions, institutions and prominent personalities.

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Today, about 400 personal archives of Ze'ev Jabotinsky and his family are stored in the Institute, as well as archives of the leaders of the Revisionist Movement. . The collection includes 215 archives relating to the various branches of the National Movement and its institutions - Union of Zionists Revisionists (Hatzohar); The New Zionist Organization (N.Z.O); The Betar Youth movement and its Israeli and international branches; The National Labor Federation; Keren Tel-Hai; Committees and Leagues; e.g. The Jewish Marine League, The Hebrew Committee for National Liberation; The Herut Movement and the Likud; archives and collections relating to the Nili Organization, Brith Habiryonim; The Irgun Tzvai Leumi (I.Z.L); Lochamei Herut Israel (Lehi); Aliyah Beit (Illegal Immigration); African Exiles; and Death Row Prisoners.
There are also complementary auxiliary collections including: Oral Documentation: 600 dossiers of testimony; 1,300 reels and audio tapes of speeches, broadcasts, ceremonies, memoirs, etc. 1150 newspapers and periodicals, partially on microfilm (a rare collection of newspapers from the pre-State era); Approximately 35,000 photographs, 350 films and video tapes, Approximately 300 flags, 2200 posters, hundreds of stamps, badges, postcards, paintings and sculptures. Attached to the archives is a study and research library containing 18,000 volumes and approximately 800 periodicals, newspapers and publications on Judaism, Zionism, History of Eretz Israel, the Revisionist Movement, the Underground movements, etc. There is also an extensive collection of newspapers and magazines, exceptional and rare, of the Revisionist Movement and Betar in Eretz Israel and the Diaspora.

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Andrei Zamoiski, FUB

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Contacto principal

Beit Jabotinsky, 1st Floor, 38 King George Street,

IL 61230