The Levant, c. 800 B.C.E.
Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, 775 B.C.E.
Alexander the Great
Roman Empire 120 C.E.
Roman Province Judea
Roman/Byzantine Province of Palestina
The Islamic Empire
Middle East 1135 C.E.
Ashkenazi Jews of Medieval Christian Europe
Ottoman Empire 1683
Emancipation of European Jewry 1789-1930
Eastern European Ghettos 1941
Armed Jewish Resistance in GhettosHistorian, Martin Gilbert has a wonderful collection of Atlases.
A note about the maps, a number of the maps use references or spellings that are less commonly used today, e.g., B.C. and A.D., rather than B.C.E. and C.E. and Rumania, rather than Romania. Whenever possible, ICS tries to follow current scholarly conventions.
The following website link includes a selection of maps from the Jewish History Atlas:
The Destruction of Jewish Independence 722-586 B.C.E.
The Jews of Iraq 600 B.C.E.-1900 C.E.
The Jews of India 175 B.C.E.-1795 C.E.
Jewish Revolts 1942-1945
The Righteous Among the Nations 1939-1945
Anti-Jewish Trials and Executions 1961-1963
Exodus from Ethiopia 1974-1984
The Jews of Albania 1945-1991
The Jewish Population in 2000: Countries with Fewer than 150 Jews
Martin Gilbert's website also has some maps from the Jerusalem Illustrated History Atlas:
A Jewish Journey to Jerusalem 1479
A Christian Pilgrimage 1670
Jewish and Arab Immigration to Jerusalem 1922-1939
Divided Jerusalem and the Holy Places 1949-1967
Jerusalem's Rulers 587 B.C.E.-1967 C.E.
Jerusalem: Capital of the State of Israel Since 1949
Martin Gilbert's website also includes the following maps from the Atlas of the Holocaust:
Jewish Refugees Find Havens in Europe 1933-1938
Worldwide Reception of German Jewish Refugees 1033-1938
Switzerland Turns Back Jewish Refugees
Children Under Four Deported to Auschwitz, August 17, 1942
The Jews of Zante Saved
Corfu Jews Deported
Survivors and Those who Returned 1945
Jews Murdered Between Sept 1939 and May 1945: An Estimate
Martin Gilbert's website section The Holocaust Maps and Photographs (for schools), another selection of maps depicting Jewish history is provided:
Two Thousands Years of Jewish Life in Europe
A Thousand Years of Jewish Culture and Communal Life
Persecution, Expulsion and Refuge 1050 C.E.-1650
The Hidden Child: Europe
The Hidden Child: Belgium
Modern Zionism, Israel and Middle East Maps
Geographical features of Israel, Syria, etc...
The Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916 for the partition of the Middle East
British Mandate for Palestine
Original Royal (Peel) Commission Partition Plan
U.N. Partition Plan for Palestine (1947)
Palestinian Arab Refugees
Jews Who Fled from Arab lands
Israel 1949 - 1967
Divided Jerusalem, 1949 - 1967
Boundary Changes After the 1967 War
Divided Jerusalem, Old City
Israel and Jordan TodayHistorian Martin Gilbert's website also contains some useful maps on the conflicts. The sample selection of maps comes from his book, The Arab-Israeli Conflict: Its History in Maps
The United Nations Partition Plan, 1947
The Arab Refugees, 1948
The West Bank: Comparative Sizes
Jewish Immigration and Soviet Jews, 1989-1991
"Enclaves for Peace", The Bailey Map, 1 February 1993
Oslo: The Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement
Negotiations for a Final Settlement, 2000-2001
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