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The Arabs have accepted the cease-fire, conditionally; conditions to be
announced later. If they are similar to previous conditions, the cease-fire is as
good as still-born. The broadcast of the news of Arab acceptance was almost
drowned by ...
They would starve us out if we didn't have a cease-fire." I was shocked to learn
that we cannot get sufficient supplies to keep us going by the new road until it is
vastly improved, and that will take some time. Nor does he believe that we could
From its height, fire poured steadily down on to the Emek, whose settlers had to
work their fields under armed escort. Traffic between settlement and settlement
also ran the gauntlet of fire that poured down from the hilltop. (Once Zere'in was ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Polaris- - LibraryThing
I found this book in a small used bookshop in Brecon. It was a pretty gruelling read as the diarist recorded repeated accounts of hunger, constant shelling, and endless deprivation. The conditions in ... Read full review
Review: Jerusalem Embattled: A Diary of the City Under Siege March 25, 1948 to July 18th, 1948 (Global Issues)User Review - Michael Murray - Goodreads
Heartbreaking. Essential reading for anyone trying to understand the Middle East. Read full review