A young partisan from Jerusalem writes to her family how she accompanied a group of wounded men to Tel Aviv during Jerusalem’s besiegement in 1948, illustrating the extreme contrast between life threatening Jerusalem and safe Tel Aviv during that time.More...
This is a letter Zipporah Porath she wrote to her mother from Haifa in 1948. Only someone who was living in Israel at the time knew what was really going on. The fledgling state had people arriving from all over the world and all their differences had to be catered for.More...
The story of Col. David (Mickey) Marcus, the American officer who was recruited in 1947 as military advisor to David Ben-Gurion and the underground Haganah forces, and who played a significant role in the success of the War of Independence as told by Zipporah PorathMore...
New ideas and approaches have been around for decades but in this new fun and challenging method of learning everything is expressed in abbreviations and is self taught by missions and the children are taught how to think by solving problems. Zipporah Porath gives a mind-blowing peep into an innovative puzzling world and hopes that this experiment will (WOW) work out well.More...
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