The Stern Gang: Ideology, Politics and Terror, 1940-1949
This study of "The Stern Gang" attempts to demythologize the image of this extremist, Zionist underground group. The book analyzes the party's split from the Irgun Zvai Leumi (National Military Organization) and its attempts to synthesize the politics and ideals of the right and left.
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The Stern Gang: Ideology, Politics, and Terror, 1940-1949
Joseph Heller,Yosef Heller
No preview available - 1995
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