4 edition of David Ben-Gurion and the American alignment for a Jewish state found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-270) and index.Translation of: Daṿid Ben-Guryon--liḳrat medinah Yehudit.
|Statement||Indiana University Press|
|Publishers||Indiana University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|2||Modern Jewish experience (Bloomington, Ind.)|
|3||The Modern Jewish experience|
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World Regional Zionism: Geo-Cultural Dimensions, 3 volumes Jerusalem and Beer-Sheva: Shazar Center for Jewish History and Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press2010 [in Hebrew, with detailed English summaries].
Against the background of Kristallnacht and Britain's retreat from the Jewish mandate for Palestine, Ben-Gurion shaped a new Zionist foreign policy based on the assumed rise of the United States as a world power that would determine the future of the Middle East. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. " --Choice "A provocative post-Zionist critique of the fundamental concepts of Jewish peoplehood, Zionism, and Israeli nationalism.
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. 7 Biltmore: The Road to 1948 186 Epilogue 209 Appendix I: Ben-Gurion's Summary of his First "State" Visit to the U. Ben-Gurion pinned his hopes on the backing of American Jewry, having watched the British equivocate in their support for a Jewish national home in Palestine.
Author: Rotem Giladi Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 9780192599292 Category: Law Page: 352 View: 931 By departing from accounts of a universalist component in Israel's early foreign policy, Rotem Giladi challenges prevalent assumptions on the cosmopolitan outlook of Jewish international law scholars and practitioners, offers new vantage points on modern Jewish history, and critiques orthodox interpretations of the Jewish aspect of Israel's foreign policy. However, owing to his exile in the United States during World War I, when he helped to establish the Jewish Legion, Ben- Gurion was intimately familiar with.
Against the background of Kristallnacht and Britain's retreat from the Jewish mandate for Palestine, Ben-Gurion shaped a new Zionist foreign policy based on the assumed rise of the United States as a world power that would determine the future of the Middle East.
Publishers Weekly One week after the outbreak of WW II, Zionist leader David Ben-Gurion 1886-1973 presented to Haganah, a clandestine defense organization, his proposal for the establishment of a Jewish state through force of arms. These advisers argued that however humanitarian a Jewish homeland might seem, such a proposition posed a real risk to American interests in the Near East and to United States national security in the late 1940s.
has written an impressive account of an important period in the history of political Zionism. The Changing Ideals and Images of North American Jews Jerold S.
One week after the outbreak of WW II, Zionist leader David Ben-Gurion 1886-1973 presented to Haganah, a clandestine defense organization, his proposal for the establishment of a Jewish state through force of arms.
Based on new documentary evidence, Allon Gal's study charts Ben-Gurion's ascent from the leadership of the Yishuv the Jewish community in Palestine to prominence in world Zionist and international diplomacy.