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BEN-GURION, DAVID - The Jews in their Land

Windfall Book/Doubleday & Co, Garden City, NY, 1974, New & Rev Ed. Hardbound. The Jews in their Land published by Windfall Book/Doubleday & Co, Garden City, NY, 1974. New & Revised Edition. Hardbound, no DJ. Size 4to (up to 12'' tall). 352 Pgs. Condition: Nr Fine. ISBN 0385061528. LCCN 73-10589. Conceived and edited by David Ben-Gurion, translated from the Hebrew by Mordechai Narock and Misha Louvish. This book presents the continuing story of the Jewish people within the borders of their own land. It is written by an eminent team of historians, arch'ologists and statesmen. Two former presidents of Isr'l are among the contributors. Zalman Shazar has supplied a foreword and Izhak Ben-Zvi is author of a section on the 'Ottoman Rule.' Other contributors are such well-known authorities as Yohanan Aharoni, Eliahu Auerbach, Yehoshua Guttmann, Menahem Stern, and Benzion Dinur. Beginning with a geological description of the country, the book moves on to offer new and challenging views of such controversial issues as the Exodus from Egypt, the writings and character of the Prophets, the desperate struggle for survival in a land overrun by successive great powers: Assyrians, Persians, Romans, Muslims, Crusaders, Mamelukes, and Turks. The concluding section, written by the Editor, records the birth of modern Isr'l. Description text copyright 2007 BooksForComfort. Item ID 13456. ISBN: 0385061528. Nr Fine. No DJ. 4to.
EUR 12.95 [Appr.: US$ 17.32 | £UK 10.25 | JPą 1781] Book number 13456

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