Omri Adomi

Omri
PhD Fellow

Academic Interests:

German, Israeli and American Modern Military History

 

Curriculum Vitae:

2016- : Hebrew University in Jerusalem, PhD. candidate - Thesis: The German Influence on the Origins of the IDF 1948-1967. Supervised by Prof. Moshe Zimmermann and Prof. Alon Kadish.

 

2011-2015: Hebrew University in Jerusalem, MA in History - Thesis: The Military Relations Between Israel and West Germany 1957-1965. Supervised by Prof. Moshe Zimmermann.

 

2008-2010: Hebrew University in Jerusalem, BA in History and School of History Excellence Program.

 

 

Past Conferences participation:

January 2016 - Military Relations Between Israel and West Germany in the Years 1957-1965”, The 11th Annual Workshop for Young Researchers of German History and Culture”, The Bucerius Institute, Haifa University.

 

June 2016 – “Military Relations Between Israel and West Germany in the Years 1957-1965” in “The 5th Annual Young Researchers Conference of European Studies in Israel”, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

 

June 2016 – “The German Entebbe” in Association of Israel Studies – 32nd Annual Conference”, Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi and Menachem Begin Heritage Center.