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Righteous Victims, A History of the Zionist-Arab Conflict, 1881-1999

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Tracing the roots of the conflict between the Arabs and the Jews for possession of the land they both claim, this text examines the deep religious, ethnic, and political differences between the Zionist immigrants and the native Arab population.;Drawing on archives and memoirs as well as secondary works, Benny Morris portrays the chief protagonists among the politicians, generals and diplomats on both sides, evaluating their successes and failures, recording the shifts of military advantage and the vicissitudes of the peace efforts from the post-1948 negotiations. Hardback published in 2000( first edition). Dust jacket in fair condition, creases along all edges with slight tear on the back part below the bar code. Book is sound , blue cloth bound with gold embossed lettering along the spine. Spine edges have some bumping both top and bottom. Top and bottom edges have some dents in them. All the pages inside are clean, unmarked and in very good condition.

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Author(s):
Benny Morris
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
0719562228
ISBN-13:
9780719562228
Publisher:
John Murray
Title:
Righteous Victims, A History of the Zionist-Arab Conflict, 1881-1999

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Tracing the roots of the conflict between the Arabs and the Jews for possession of the land they both claim, this text examines the deep religious, ethnic, and political differences between the Zionist immigrants and the native Arab population.;Drawing on archives and memoirs as well as secondary works, Benny Morris portrays the chief protagonists among the politicians, generals and diplomats on both sides, evaluating their successes and failures, recording the shifts of military advantage and the vicissitudes of the peace efforts from the post-1948 negotiations. Hardback published in 2000( first edition). Dust jacket in fair condition, creases along all edges with slight tear on the back part below the bar code. Book is sound , blue cloth bound with gold embossed lettering along the spine. Spine edges have some bumping both top and bottom. Top and bottom edges have some dents in them. All the pages inside are clean, unmarked and in very good condition.

Author(s):
Benny Morris
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
0719562228
ISBN-13:
9780719562228
Publisher:
John Murray
Title:
Righteous Victims, A History of the Zionist-Arab Conflict, 1881-1999

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