The rise of Zionism forces the British to turn over the Palestinian question to the United Nations.
Personal recollections and film trace the rise of Nazism from the late 1920s through the Holocaust.
Jewish immigration brings the influence of ancient traditions of freedom and law to the emerging American nation.
The French Revolution's call for equality begins the struggle for Jewish emancipation.
The Jewish role during the Renaissance and the Reformation is chronicled from their expulsion from Spain in 1492 to the French Revolution in 1789.
The evolution of Jewish life and law in the Middle Ages.
The teachings of Jesus and the Roman destruction of the Second Temple divide and scatter the Jewish people.
The consolidation of the Jewish people through the development of their laws, ideas and traditions, plus their conflicts with Greek and Roman civilizations.
Abba Eban traces the origins of the Jewish people and the theory of a single universal god.