By Joseph Heller
This examine of "The Stern Gang" makes an attempt to demythologize a dead ringer for this extremist, Zionist underground crew. The ebook analyzes the party's cut up from the Irgun Zvai Leumi (National army association) and its makes an attempt to synthesize the politics and beliefs of the correct and left.
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