New Dawn: The Triumph of Life After the Holocaust
"Traveling far, sometimes passing as non-Jews, they learned to cope and endure. Finally, their search for freedom bore fruit in the promise of a Jewish homeland. But pioneering Israel meant new hardships: housing shortages, scant medicine, food rationing, political conflict, and enemies everywhere, from harsh British rulers to hostile Arab neighbors."--BOOK JACKET.
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