The museum was established at moshav Avichail in 1961 by veterans of the Hebrew battalions () of the First World War and it presents Jewish courage and volunteering. Among the Hebrew warriors were central figures in the history of the Jewish settlement: David Ben-Gurion, Joseph Trumpeldor, Zeev Jabotinsky, Haim Laskov and others.
Exhibitions containing rare exhibits, weapon exhibition, short films and multimedia presenting the Hebrew battalions of the First World War. The pioneers of enlistment to the Hebrew units in the struggle for a national cause; a display on the volunteers of the Jewish settlement in the Land of Israel to the British Army in the Second World War. The fight against the Nazis, the encounter with Holocaust survivors and the volunteers' contribution to the establishment of the IDF. Facilities include a roofed sitting corner, lawns and gardens for visitors enjoyment, a library and an archive.