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July 23, 1971 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-23

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Israel Displays Recovered Herzl Manuscript

By HAIM SHACHTER

The manuscript of the last arti-
cle to be written by Theodor Herzl
shortly before his death, and long
believed to have been lost, has

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been discovered and presented by
its owner, Mrs. Henrietta Gelobter
of New York, to the Zionist Cen-
tral Archives in Jerusalem. It was
placed on exhibit at the Jerusalem
Herzl Museum on the occasion of
the 20th Tammuz, the anniversary
of Herzl's death.
In the aruc-ic written early in
1904 for the first issue of, the
Zionist Students' monthly "Unsere
Hoffnung," (Our Hope), which
made its appearance in April
1904, Herzl expressed his Zionist
credo. He described Zionism not
only as a Jewish national libera-
tion movement, but also as a hu-
man liberation movement. He
wrote:
"I once called- Zionism a
boundless ideal, and. I truly be-
lieve that even after we have
attained our land, Eretz Israel,
it will not cease to be an ideal,
for Zionism as I understand it,
embraces not only the aspira-
tion for the attainment of a ter-
ritory secured by public law for
our unfortunate people, but also
the aspiration for moral and
spiritual perfection."
These words, incidentally, are
inscribed as a motto on the en-
trance to the Herzl Museum on Mt.
Herzl, Jerusalem.
The article was first entitled
"Our Hope," but at the request of

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the editorial board was altered
by Herzl to "Reise Saengen" (Vale-
dictory). It was sent by Herzl to
Joseph Haas, honorary secretary
of the editorial board of the month-
ly and the father of Mrs. Hen-
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question; another letter from Herzl
of the year 1902 to a member of
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