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by Zev Golan

Author: Zev Golan
Subcategory: Middle East
Language: English
Publisher: Devora Pub (March 1, 2003)
Pages: 318 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.5
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These same heroes, heroines and rogues went on to become the elite leaders .

These same heroes, heroines and rogues went on to become the elite leaders - Prime Ministers, Rabbis and world-famous scientists - of the State of Israel. The author takes us beyond the history books, into the real world of the Jewish Underground of the 1920s and 30s, before there was a State of Israel. Similarly, Golan in 1979 interviewed the two surviving people who had been incarcerated with Jabotinsky when he founded the Hagana in 1920.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. By 1920, the Jewish people had represented a majority in Jerusalem for at least 80 years

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. By 1920, the Jewish people had represented a majority in Jerusalem for at least 80 years. But in the rest of Israel, Arabs had over centuries developed the habit of frequently attacking Jews, whom they'd freely oppressed, taxed and murdered, according to the dictates of their muftis and their faith. Plunder from non-Muslims, after all, belong to Allah.

Free Jerusalem: Heroes, Heroines And Rogues Who Created The State Of Israel. Stern: The Man and His Gang

Free Jerusalem: Heroes, Heroines And Rogues Who Created The State Of Israel. Stern: The Man and His Gang Golan is the English translator of Hanna Armoni's Hebrew memoirs of her teenage years in the Stern Group, Are You Waiting for Eliahu? Machtarot Be'Maasar (The History of the Jerusalem Central Prison During the British Mandate, in Hebrew). Shofrot Shel Mered (The Shofars of the Revolt, in Hebrew).

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Free Jerusalem : Heroes, Heroines and . These same heroes, heroines and rogues went on to become the elite leaders - Prime Ministers, Rabbis and world-famous scientists - of the State of Israel.

The author takes us beyond the history books, into the real world of the Jewish Underground of the 1920s and 30s .

The author takes us beyond the history books, into the real world of the Jewish Underground of the 1920s and 30s, before there was a State of Israel.

The history of the creation of the State of Israel during its Wild West days .

Free Jerusalem : Heroes, Heroines and Rogues Who Created the State of Israel.

The history of the creation of the State of Israel during its "Wild West" days, when various Jewish organizations fought both the Arab armies and the 100,000 British soldiers who controlled Palestine. True stories of the not always savory exploits of the Jewish fighters who eventually became the leaders of the State. Format Hardback 316 pages.

Warriors, singers, cosmonauts and just people who did what they had to do regardless of the danger or fear - these .

Warriors, singers, cosmonauts and just people who did what they had to do regardless of the danger or fear - these are heroes known and respected by contemporary Russians. The first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova is also the only woman who completed space travel on her own. She was initially chosen from five other women because of her eloquence and ability to promote the Soviet way of life and ideology. Tereshkova spent three days in space. The precision and coordination during her launc. eminded me of Gagarin’s start. I’m glad I didn’t make a mistake by choosing Valentina, said General Kamanin, who prepared Tereshkova’s space career. 1930143540 (ISBN13: 9781930143548).

Zev Golan, Free Jerusalem: Heroes, Heroines and Rogues Who Created the State of Israel (Israel: Devora, 2003), ISBN 1-930143-54-0. Zev Golan, God, Man and Nietzsche: A Startling Dialogue between Judaism and Modern Philosophers (New York: iUniverse, 2007), ISBN 0-595-42700-6.

The history of the creation of the State of Israel during its "Wild West" days, when various Jewish organizations fought both the Arab armies and the 100,000 British soldiers who controlled Palestine. True stories of the not always savory exploits of the Jewish fighters who eventually became the leaders of the State.

1) Well researched and documented, the book presents new material about the 30's and 40's when the State of Israel was being molded. 2) Reveals the battle for Jerusalem and how it became the capital of the State. 3) Fresh biographical material on the early leaders of the Jewish State. 4) Details many of the controversial successes and failures of the different Jewish groups as they jockeyed for military and political power.