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 (hĕrt′səl), Theodor 1860-1904.
Hungarian-born Austrian founder of Zionism. As a correspondent during the Alfred Dreyfus affair, he concluded that the solution to anti-Semitism was the establishment of a Jewish national state. He founded the Zionist Organization (later, World Zionist Organization) in 1897.

Herzl

(German ˈhɛrtsəl)
n
(Biography) Theodor (ˈteːodoːr). 1860–1904, Austrian writer, born in Hungary; founder of the Zionist movement. In The Jewish State (1896), he advocated resettlement of the Jews in a state of their own

Her•zl

(ˈhɜrt səl, ˈhɛərt-)

n.
Theodor, 1860–1904, Hungarian-born Austrian Jewish writer and Zionist.
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The main proponent of this view was Theodore Herzl, a Hungarian, born journalist and playwright who organized the First Zionist Conference, in 1897.
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Theodore Herzl was moved to try to establish a Jewish homeland by the trial, while author Emil Zola penned the famous J'Accuse criticizing the Dreyfus Case travesty that shook Europe.
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At the end of the 19th century, this concept was secularized by Theodore Herzl in a short pamphlet entitled " The Jewish State, a Proposal of a modern solution for the Jewish question .
Herzl, Jabotinsky, Rav Kook a were gone before Israel even existed, but what they did was for the future generations of Jews.