The Stern Gang: Ideology, Politics, and Terror, 1940-1949

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Psychology Press, 1995 - Palestine - 358 pages
An unheroic, undemonic history the extremist underground Zionist movement founded by Abraham Stern, which has previously only been portrayed by its adherents and adversaries. Traces how the movement originated in the radical right of European politics, spurned British help to seek alliance with the Axis powers, shifted to leftist ideas and sought alignment with the Soviet Union, and splintered once it became legal within the State of Israel. Paper edition (4106-5) $25.00. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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