Dan Kurzman - History - 1986 - 546 pages
Discusses the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan by telling the stories of the key Americans and Japanese in the drama.
Simha Flapan - History - 1987 - 277 pages
Drawing on recently declassified material, from Ben-Gurion's war diaries to the minutes of secret meetings, the author reconstructs the real events surrounding the founding of ...
Tom Segev - History - 2000 - 593 pages
A new history of Israel presents the Holocaust as the defining event of modern Jewish history and the most important impetus for the formation of the State of Israel. Reprint.
Roger Friedland, Richard Hecht - History - 2000 - 588 pages
""To Rule Jerusalem" is a study of religion and politics, Judaism and Zionism as well as Palestinian nationalism and Islam, and it brings a most remarkable perspective to a ...
Robert St. John - Israel - 1959 - 336 pages
Ben-Gurion has been called "the prophet in a business suit, the Lion of Zionism." He is the subject of this biography by Robert St. John who was in Israel at the time of its ...