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Prof. Benjamin Z. Kedar, Professor Emeritus of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and former Vice-President of the Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities, talks to host Gilad Halpern about his newly published collection of essays about Chaim Weizmann.

Prof. Weizmann was Israel’s first president and leader of the World Zionist Organization throughout much of the pre-state period, and maintained an active career as a chemist in parallel to his statesmanship. Where do science and state affairs interact? If you ask Weizmann, almost everywhere.

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1 comment on “Chaim Weizmann: A statesman, a scientist

  1. olga demidova says:

    thank you for the interesting talk. I learned very much.

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