Before their diaspora: a photographic history of the Palestinians, 1876-1948
"This copious collection of photographs spans in considerable depth the tumultuous history of what used to be called the Holy Land. The photographs are fascinating."--The Washington Post. "A monumental photographic essay...a classic."--Ambassador Richard Parker, Middle East Institute. "...contains a wealth of historical information depicted through photographs of people, places, events, & documents. Aside from appealing to the layman & the humanist, this book is a good resource for anthropologists, social historians, sociologists, & political scientists."--Middle East Journal. Other titles from I.P.S.-- Aronson, 'Israel, Palestinians & the Intifada'; Masalha, 'Expulsion of the Palestinians'; US Official Statements Regarding: UN Resolution 242, Israeli Settlements/4th Geneva Convention, & the Status of Jerusalem'; 'The Israeli Invasion of Lebanon'; Khalidi, 'From Haven to Conquest: Readings in Zionism & the Palestine Problem Until 1948'; Shehadeh, 'Occupier's Law: Israel & the West Bank'; 'United Nations Resolutions on Palestine & the Arab-Israeli Conflict 1947-1991'; 'A Survey of Palestine'; 'All That Remains: The Palestinian Villages Occupied & Depopulated by Israel in 1948'; 'Journal of Palestine Studies' (qtly). Institute for Palestine Studies, 3501 M Street NW, Wash., DC 20007. Toll-free: 800-874-3614, FAX 202-342-3927.
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Review: Before Their Diaspora: A Photographic History of the Palestinians, 1876-1948User Review - Na†acha Pavlov - Goodreads
I'm a sucker for Holy Land history so of course I had to get this book. Unfortunately it wasn't quite what I expected. It leans a lot on the political side and as such the images are often of ... Read full review