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9789659198726 - Zipporah Porath: Letters from Jerusalem 1947-1948
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Zipporah Porath (?):

Letters from Jerusalem 1947-1948 (2015) (?)

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ISBN: 9789659198726 (?) or 9659198728, unknown language, Porath Publishers, Paperback, New

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Zipporah Porath, a native New Yorker, arrived in Jerusalem in 1947 for a one-year program at the Hebrew University. Almost immediately, she found herself caught up in Israel's War of Independence and the struggle for the survival of the nascent state. Abandoning studies, she secretly joined the underground Haganah defense forces, served as a medic in the siege of Jerusalem and in the fledgling Israel Air Force. The letters she wrote to her family during that incredible year vividly describe her impressions and feelings and capture the historic events as they occurred.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 13x216x140 mm;Gewicht: 286,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: juli 2015;ISBN10: 9659198728;ISBN13: 9789659198726; Engelstalig | paperback | 2015
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ISBN (alternative notations): 965-91987-2-8, 978-965-91987-2-6
9789659198726 - Zipporah Porath: Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948
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Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948 (2015) (?)

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Zipporah Porath, a native New Yorker, arrived in Jerusalem in 1947 for a one-year program at the Hebrew University. Almost immediately, she found herself caught up in Israel's War of Independence and the struggle for the survival of the nascent state. Abandoning studies, she secretly joined the underground Haganah defense forces, served as a medic in the siege of Jerusalem and in the fledgling Israel Air Force. The letters she wrote to her family during that incredible year vividly describe her impressions and feelings and capture the historic events as they occurred. paperback, מהדורה: 1, תבנית: Import, תווית: Porath Publishers, Porath Publishers, קבוצת המוצרים: Book, לאור: 2015-07-02, סטודיו: Porath Publishers
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Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948 (2015) (?)

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ISBN: 9789659198726 (?) or 9659198728, in english, 242 pages, Porath Publishers, New, first edition

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9789659198726 - Zipporah Porath: Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948
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Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948 (2015) (?)

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Zipporah Porath (?):

Letters From Jerusalem 1947-1948 (2015) (?)

ISBN: 9789659198726 (?) or 9659198728, in english, 240 pages, Porath Publishers, Paperback, New, first edition

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Zipporah Porath, a native New Yorker, arrived in Jerusalem in 1947 for a one-year program at the Hebrew University. Almost immediately, she found herself caught up in Israel’s War of Independence and the struggle for the survival of the nascent state. Abandoning studies, she secretly joined the underground Haganah defense forces, served as a medic in the siege of Jerusalem and in the fledgling Israel Air Force. The letters she wrote to her family during that incredible year vividly describe her impressions and feelings and capture the historic events as they occurred. paperback, מהדורה: 1, תווית: Porath Publishers, Porath Publishers, קבוצת המוצרים: Book, לאור: 2015-07-02, סטודיו: Porath Publishers, דרגה מכירות: 2423896
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