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The Seven Lives Of Colonel Patterson

Author: Denis Brian
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815609278
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Presents the life of the Irish-born soldier, lion hunter, bridge builder, East African game warden, author, man-about-town, and Zionist and discusses what circumstances created such a colorful character.

We Are Coming Unafraid

Author: Michael Keren
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 9781442205505
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This book tells the little-known stories of Jewish soldiers who served in the Jewish Legions during World War I. Three all-Jewish battalions formed in the British army as part of the Allies' Middle East campaign, recruiting soldiers from the United States, Canada, England, and Argentina. Drawing on diaries, memoirs and letters, the book follows their journey at sea through unrestricted submarine warfare; by trains and trucks through Europe, Egypt, and Palestine; and their battlefield experiences. The authors show how these Yiddish-speaking young men forged a new kind of soldier identity with unique Jewish features, as well as an evolving sense of nationalism.

The Elected And The Chosen

Author: Denis Brian
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House Ltd
ISBN: 9652295981
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Why american presidents have supported jews and israel.

1916

Author: Keith Jeffery
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620402718
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So much of the literature on the First World War centers on the trench warfare of the Western Front, and these were essential battlegrounds. But the war was in fact truly a global conflict, and by focusing on a sequence of events in 1916 across many continents, historian Keith Jeffery's magisterial work casts new light on the Great War. Starting in January with the end of the catastrophic Gallipoli campaign, Jeffery recounts the massive struggle for Verdun over February and March; the Easter Rising in Ireland in April; dramatic events in Russia in June on the eastern front; the familiar story of the war in East Africa, where some 200,000 Africans may have died; and the November U.S. presidential race in which Woodrow Wilson was re-elected on a platform of keeping the United States out of the war--a position he reversed within five months. Incorporating the stories of civilians in all countries, both participants in and victims of the war, 1916: A Global History is a major addition to the literature and the Great War by a historian at the height of his powers.

American Jewish Political Culture And The Liberal Persuasion

Author: Henry L. Feingold
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 0815652445
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American Jewish Political Culture and the Liberal Persuasion begins with the historical background of American Jewish politics before delving into old roots and then moving onto a thematic understanding of American Jewry’s political psyche. This exhaustive work answers the grand question of where American Jewish liberalism comes from and ultimately questions whether the communal motivations behind such behavior are strong enough to withstand twenty-first-century America.

The Jewish Legion During The First World War

Author: M. Watts
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230514545
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In the autumn of 1917, the British government established three batallions of infantry, for the reception of non-nationalized Russian Jews. Known colloquially as the Jewish Legion, the batallions served in Egypt and Palestine, before their eventual disbandment in the late spring of 1921. By drawing on the testimonies of over 600 veterans, this unique unit is analyzed from within its political and social context, thus providing fresh insights into Anglo-Jewish relations during the early twentieth century.

There Was A Fire Jews Music And The American Dream

Author: Ben Sidran
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1450753655
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The first comprehensive examination of Jewish influence and participation in the American popular music business, covering composers, publishers, performers, executives, producers, technical innovations, etc., from the turn of the 19th century until the end of the 20th century, from Irving Berlin to the Beastie Boys and beyond. In the words of one writer, “Sidran is a warm, funny, and authoritative guide in this thrilling, adventurous social history of popular music...part textbook, part family history, the insightful section on Dylan alone is worth several times the price of the book. A must-read for all music-lovers.”