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17th-6th C. BCE
BIBLICAL TIMES
1909
First kibbutz, Degania, and first modern all-Jewish city, Tel Aviv, founded.
1917
400 years of Ottoman rule ended by British conquest; British Foreign Minister Balfour pledges support for establishment of a "Jewish national home in Palestine"
1918-48
British rule
Modern Israeli History: A Timeline · 1882-1903: First Aliyah · 1894: Dreyfus Affair · 1896: Herzl's “The Jewish State” · You might also like · Aug. · April 19, 1903: ...
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What is the history of modern Israel?
Modern Israel has its origins in the Zionism movement, established in the late 19th century by Jews in the Russian Empire who called for the establishment of a territorial Jewish state after enduring persecution.
When was modern Israel?
On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel. U.S. President Harry S. Truman recognized the new nation on the same day.
What is modern day Israel called?
When World War I ended in 1918 with an Allied victory, the 400-year Ottoman Empire rule ended, and Great Britain took control over what became known as Palestine (modern-day Israel, Palestine and Jordan).
How many years of history does Israel have?
Apr 9, 2019 · A chronology of key events in the history of Israel. ... 1948 - Israel declares independence as British mandate ends.
(1946 - 1949) ; June 1. First convoy reaches Jerusalem along “Burma Road.” ; June 11. First cease-fire proclaimed - Four week truce commences. ; June 22. Altalena ...
This is a timeline of Israeli history, comprising important legal and territorial changes and political events in Israel and its predecessor states, ...
Timeline and History Overview · 1700s - Abraham settles in the land of Israel (Canaan). · 1500 - Joseph is sold into slavery. · 1400s - The Hebrews are enslaved by ...
Israel Timeline. Through history. · TIMES OF THE TORAH: 2000-1000 · THE HOUSE OF DAVID: 1000-339 · THE PERSIAN PERIOD: 539-332 · THE (GREEK) HELLENISTIC PERIOD: 332 ...
c.1280 BC ... Moses leads Israelites out of Egypt. ... Joshua captures Jericho. ... King David declares that Jerusalem will become his capital. ... King Solomon builds ...
History of Gentile Rule Over Israel · 586-538 BC: Babylonian Empire. Jews exiled to Babylon, destruction of the first Temple · 538-333 BC: Persian Empire. · 333-63 ...
August 29, 1897. Opening of the First Zionist Congress at Basel, Switzerland ; November 2, 1917. Issuing of Boycott (on the Jewish community of Palestine) ; July ...