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Description:Fair. 350 pages Hardcover with dustjacket in protective mylar...Fair. 350 pages Hardcover with dustjacket in protective mylar cover. Reading copy. Library discard with usual stamping and labels. ISRAEL. On July 1, 1945, on a sweltering summer day, a visitor to New York spoke with fervor and passion to nineteen Jewish-American businessmen in the living room of an East 57th Street duplex. The subject was the arming of Israel-then still the British protectorate of Palestine-for the War of Independence to come. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Leonard Weisman, Harry S Truman, Haim Slavin, Adolph Schwimmer, Palestine, Norman Moonitz, Teddy Kollek, Haganah, Jacob Dostrovsky, Czechoslovakia, David Ben Gurion, Phil Alper, Jews, Israel, Communism, Nazi, Leonard Slater).
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