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The Reckoning: How the Killing of One Man Changed the Fate of the Promised Land (Anglais) Relié – 27 février 2014

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Extremely fair and objective historical research. A gripping read. 6 avril 2014
Par bibliophile - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a young Jewish teenager in the fifties I was exposed to various differing versions of these events by adults with conflicting political Zionist agendas. It was all very emotive, and solved nothing of the conundrum for me. Now, as a thoughtful adult, I would really like to know what actually took place. It seems to me that Patrick Bishop presents as even-handed a history as is humanly possible, of extremely tangled and emotion-laden events. He has undertaken deep historical research, in an utterly non-judgmental way, and presents the picture with real empathy to all the participants in this sad twentieth century saga.
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Mr Bishop presents an interesting story of the hunt for ... 27 octobre 2014
Par John Gornall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Mr Bishop presents an interesting story of the hunt for, and the killing of Stern, in Palestine. The book illustrates the dedication of the Palestine Police, and in particular Superintendent Geoffrey Morton, in trying in vain to contain terrorism at a time when Britain was threatened to be overwhelmed by Nazism,but the author's suggestion that if Stern had not been killed the outcome for Palestine and the creation of Israel would have been different is both speculative and somewhat contrived.
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Reads like a murder mystery 21 novembre 2014
Par harold bruce benfer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Well told detective story. Reads like a murder mystery. However, the author's premise is that a killing changed the course of history in the Middle East; but he doesn't make his case. The Middle East would have slipped into perpetual warfare with or without the killing he describes.
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Bishop recounts a little known chapter of the British mandate ... 11 septembre 2014
Par Graham Wright - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Bishop recounts a little known chapter of the British mandate in Palestine. I remember many of the incidents he mentions, but not the detail. I later served in the Kenya Police where many former Palestine policemen found a home, in particular Dick Catling who became our commissioner, Sir Richard Catling. The situation in Palestine through WWII was confused, giving rise to divided loyalties among the Jewish population and over which Bishop throws some light. Particularly on the topic of terrorist leaders who later rose to high office in Israel. The European background of several of these figures is also also detailed.
The hunt for Avraham Stern, and the destruction and rebirth of Lehi in the Palestine Mandate 8 février 2015
Par Barry Sierer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While this book has been marketed as nonfiction written like a novel, the book is much more interesting for a different reason. The coverage of the hunt for Avraham Stern is haphazard, and inconsistent, but then again, so was the hunt. The area where the book really succeeds is the coverage of the shifting political dynamics in the Palestine Mandate that changed the allegiances and priorities of the Jewish community, the British administration, and especially “revisionist” groups like the Irgun and Lehi (Stern Gang). Unlike other histories of the Middle East, the author gives much more detailed reasoning behind the target selection, and guerilla campaigns, of the Irgun and Lehi.
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