This map shows the Partition Plan of 1947, in which the UN decided to grant both a Jewish and an Arab state. Unfortunately, the Arab nations refused to accept the plan, and as a result, attacked the new Jewish State in what became known as the Independence War of 1948.
Possible Primary Sources
Posters advertising trips to the Dead Sea, letters about victims of earthquake, photographs, maps, and newspaper articles.
Dead Sea, Har Bental, Jordan Valley, Tzfat, Caesarea.
Since the Israelites arrived in the land of Canaan thousands of years ago, the borders of Israel have been constantly evolving. Much about Israel's history, both ancient and modern, can be learned via the changing maps.
Jacob, Zack and Hannah
This group focused on the changing borders of Israel over the years.