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QESHER

No. 21, May 1997



Contents:
Shalom Rosenfeld Theodor Herzl, Journalist
The Schnitzer Case
THEODOR HERZL: STATESMAN, JOURNALIST AND EDITOR
Rafi Mann Herzl and the Press: From "Sword of Steel" to Cable Newspaper
Ya'akov Rabi Herzl as Foreign Correspondent
Gideon Kouts Herzl and Nordau as Critics of the Press
Yaron Katz The Global Media and the Media in Israel: Changes in Approach to Defense-Related Topics
Menahem Blondheim Cultural Media in Transition: From the Traditional Sermon to the Jewish Press
Marian Fuks Mirthful Pessimism: The Yiddish Humoristic/Satiric Press in Poland Between the World Wars
Daniel Mueller Manfred George and the Mukacevo "Juedische Revue", 1936-38
Etti Paz The Holocaust in the Juvenile Press in the Yishuv and Israel, 1940-74
Akiva Zimmerman "Hagalgal", The Radio Magazine, 1943-48
Nurit Govrin Dov Sadan as Editor
Aharon Yaffe "Hasadeh" An Agricultural Monthly that is Israel's Second-Oldest Periodical
Mussia Lipman A Journalist on Three Continents: Morris Vinchevsky's Career in Russia, Prussia, England, the U.S. and Palestine
Ahuva Botzer The Rise and Fall of "Herut"