Warrior: An Autobiography

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Simon & Schuster, Aug 15, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 592 pages
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A hero in each of Israel's wars, architect of the country's controversial invasion of Lebanon, Ariel Sharon frankly and brilliantly tells of his life. Illustrated. Author to appear on U.S. talk shows. Photos and maps.

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Terrific photographs from the field in the great generals career Read full review

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Well written story of a great man. I have read about six books covering the brief history of Israel from different "founders" perspectives. Like the reading I have done around the American revolution ... Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Ariel Sharon, born in Palestine in 1928, participated in all of Israel's wars, rising to become one of Israel's best known and most daring generals. In politics in the last twenty-five years, he has served under Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Shamir, and Benjamin Netanyahu. On February 6, 2001, Sharon defeated Ehud Barak to become the eleventh prime minister of Israel.

David Chanoff has written about literary history, education, foreign policy, and other subjects for such publications as the "New York Times Magazine, " the "Washington Post, " and "The New Republic." His thirteen books include collaborations with former surgeon general Joycelyn Elders, former chairman of the joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral William Crowe Jr, and Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon.

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