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The Etzel Museum
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Located just off Charles Clore Park near Alma beach, the Etzel Museum in Tel Aviv offers detailed information on one of the leading military organization in the history of Israel's struggle for independence.

The Etzel (which in Hebrew stands for The National Military Organization) was one of the three main military groups who fought on behalf of Israel's Jewish inhabitants, before the formation of the state of Israel and the IDF (Israeli defense forces).

The museum focuses on the move of the group from secretive activity to official status, as the members of the Etzel joined the newly formed Israeli army after the UN's decision in 1947.  In principal, the Etzel is considered the most extreme of the three groups who existed at this time in the history of Israel (The Hagana and The Lechi are the other two groups).

The museum is well kept and offers a short but interesting tour in one of Tel Aviv's nicer areas.

Admission: 5-10 NIS
Open: Sun-Tur 8:00-16:00 
Address: 15 Goldman St. (Charles Clore Park)
Tel:  (03) 517-7180 

 
Comments (5)
  • tzina  - relpy to: mordechai

    www.palmach.org.il The Palmach Museum is 'always at your service'. xx

  • Anonymous  - re: Israel Bitran
    Chaya wrote:
    Keith - I hope to go there on Independence Day. Is Israel Bitran your uncle's name? Or Mordechai Bitran?


    My uncle name Mordechai Bitran.

  • Chaya  - Israel Bitran

    Keith - I hope to go there on Independence Day. Is Israel Bitran your uncle's name? Or Mordechai Bitran?

  • Gary Heller  - Incorrect information

    The description above states that the Etzel is considered the most extreme of the three organizations, when in fact the Lechi, or Stern Gang was by far the most extreme. The Stern Gang was a breakaway from the Etzel because Stern felt that the Etzel was not radical enough.

  • israel bitran  - mordechai bitran

    i remember as a child visting the museum on the bech in tel aviv yaffo. i am looking for a photo on the web that has the names of the men/women on the memorial that perished fighting for our indpendence in47/48. my uncle was one that died fighting and i would like to see his name. i live in costa rica so i can not do it myself now, but would appreciate any help.
    shalom keith

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