3 edition of Young Israel; a history of the modern nation found in the catalog.
Young Israel; a history of the modern nation
Owen S. Rachleff
Traces the history of Israel from Independence Day in 1948 to the victories of the six-day war in 1967. Includes chapters on the government, cities, and culture of the young nation.
Bibliography: p. 123.
|Statement||by Owen S. Rachleff.|
|LC Classifications||DS126.5 .R29 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||68019691|
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Wouk's newest novel covers Israel's history from the new state's first battle for survival in through its joyous victory in the Six-Day War of In the style of Winds of War (LJ 11/1/71) and War and Remembrance (LJ 10/15/78), it tells a story of relationships and human lives in the midst of political and social turmoil.
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