Israel, English and Hebrew
U.S., English, Yiddish
Archive available through Duke E-Journals (restricted to Duke users)
Also available on microform Microfilm | S136s
Archive available to Duke users and Jerusalem report archive available through Duke E-Journals (restricted to Duke users)
"The Global News Service of the Jewish People", English
Divinity School | PJ4503 .L45
RBMSCL, Pamphlet Collection | 7933
Illegal organ of the Palmah. Microfiche | S9380
Last Hebrew newspaper published in Poland. Microfilm | S9365
Newspaper published for the Revisionist movement. One of the editors was V. Jabotinsky. Microfiche | In process
Illegal organ of the Hahanah. Microfiche | In process
Socialist newspaper. Microfiche | S9377
Microfilm | S9366
Literary miscellany edited by A.S. Rabinovitz. Microfiche | S9378
History, Judaic studies. Microfiche | In process
Only newspaper to appear in Jerusalem during World War I. Microfilm | S9363
Inaugurated the Haskalah period of modern Jewish literature. Microfiche | M7302
Hebrew monthly journal edited by Perez Smolenskin. Microfiche | S9374
Periodical founded by Ahad Ha-Am and succeeded by Josef Klausner. Microfiche | S9372
Sometimes called Ha-Or, Hashkafah; the pioneer of modern journalism in Eretz Israel. Microfilm | S9364
Leading literary journal of the 1920s. Microfiche | S9373
Organ of the Young Avantgardists. Microfilm | S9361
Microfilm | S9362
Judaic studies, in particular on Spanish and Sephardic Jewry. Microfiche | In process
Literary miscellany edited by Dovid Frischmann. Microfiche | S9376
Microform. Microfiche | S9375
Literature and literary criticism edited by Dovid Frischmann. Microfiche | S9379
E-text of Jewish periodicals published in Germany during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums. Der Jude (1916-1928). Gemeindeblatt der Israelitischen Gemeinde Frankfurt am Main (1929-1937). Ost und West (1901-1923). Browse for complete title list.
This site contains a collection of Jewish newspapers published in various countries, languages, and time periods. We display digital versions of each newspaper, making it possible to view the papers in their original layout. Full-text search is also available for all content published over the course of each newspaper’s publication.
Tel Aviv University's Jewish Newspapers Site project: Palestine Post (1932-1950), in English.
"The Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project is composed of The Jewish Criterion (1895-1962), The American Jewish Outlook (1934-1962), and The Jewish Chronicle (1962-Present). This project serves as both an online reference source and as a digitized historical documentation of the Jewish community of Pittsburgh and its outlying areas."
Bombay Zionist organization newspaper.