Homeward Bound; Or, The Chase

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Library of Alexandria, 1858 - Ocean travel - 522 pages
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As soon as the state of Israel was established, Jews from many countries began coming to the only land they could now call home. From the displaced persons camps, the Arab lands, Ethiopia, Yemen and other parts of the Diaspora where life for Jews was becoming unpleasant or worse. In Israel they could hope for a renewed existence among their own brethren.
 

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