A history of the Arab-Israeli conflict

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007 - History - 428 pages
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This concise and comprehensive text presents a balanced, impartial, and well-illustrated coverage of the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The authors identify and examine the issues and themes that have characterized and defined the conflict over the past century. The new Fifth Edition examines the many developments since 9/11 and its aftermath.

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Review: A History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (6th Edition)

User Review  - Nandita - Goodreads

Historically succinct and goes up until events in 2009. Includes various documents from 1900's. A must read for anyone interested for a fact-based account of the events that led up to the current state of the conflict. Read full review

Review: A History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (6th Edition)

User Review  - R. Michael Litchfield - Goodreads

Good concise history of the conflict. It's far from comprehensive but that would really take volumes. Not biased in the least (If that's even possible). Lots of good stuff about the post-Oslo II events that don't get covered in other books. Read full review

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Contents

Who are the Arabs and Jews?
4
The Task of the Historian
10
Palestine Under the Ottoman Empire
16
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Kenneth J. Hagan is professor of strategy at the United States Naval War College, and professor of history emeritus at the United States Naval Academy. He is author of "The People's Navy" and coauthor of "American Foreign Relations: A History," Ian J. Bickerton is Visiting Research Fellow and former associate professor of history at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and is author or coauthor of numerous books, including "A Concise History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict,"

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