Neima Barzel

Neima Barzel is a professor of history at Oranim Academic College for Education and the head of the faculty for graduate studies there. She received her Ph.D. at Haifa University, where she is an associate researcher at the Institute for Holocaust Research. She is the author of: Sacrificed Unredeemed: The encounter between the Leaders of the Ghetto Fighters and Israeli Society; Choice of the Good: Rescue Activities in Poland and in the Netherlands during World War Two; and the scientific editor of Founding a State: The Processes and Debates that Led to the Founding of the State of Israel.

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