Churchill and the Jews, 1900-1948
Routledge, 2013 M09 13 - 448 páginas
Churchill's exalted position in the pantheon of Jewish and Zionist heroes has been almost taken for granted. This book looks beyond the myth and makes a sober reappraisal of the British statesman's attitudes and policies towards the Jews and to Zionism.
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