A Death in Jerusalem book. Kati Marton has written another interesting and thought provoking book.
A Death in Jerusalem book. Count Folke Bernadotte was a Swedish nobleman, the uncle and godfather of the king of Sweden. He was the first person who attempted to mediate between the Arabs and Jews regarding Israel. He was asassinated by the Israeli underground, one member who later became prime minister.
A Death in Jerusalem reveals the forces behind this assassination, the passion that first dictated the tactics of terrorism in Israel and that continue to shape the thinking and actions of those even now determined to block accommodation with the Palestinians
A Death in Jerusalem reveals the forces behind this assassination, the passion that first dictated the tactics of terrorism in Israel and that continue to shape the thinking and actions of those even now determined to block accommodation with the Palestinians. At its birth in 1948, the State of Israel was endangered as much by a fratricidal war between Jewish moderates and extremists as it was by the invading armies of its Arab neighbors.
mediator in the Arab-Israeli conflict, discusses his murder by the Israeli Stern Gang, whose membership included Yitzhak Shamir, and the reasons for the killing.
A death in jerusalem. The Assassination by Jewish Extremists of the First Arab/Israeli Peacemaker.
Kati Marton (born April 3, 1949) is a Hungarian-American author and journalist. A death in Jerusalem (1st Arcade e. Her career has included reporting for ABC News as a foreign correspondent and National Public Radio, where she started as a production assistant in 1971, as well as print journalism and writing a number of books Selected writing.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. On the evening of September 17, 1948, a car carrying Count Folke Bernadotte, the first United Nationsappointed mediator in the Middle East, traveled up a narrow Jerusalem street. As the car shifted gears for the. As the car shifted gears for the climb toward the New City, an Israeli Army jeep nosed into the road, forcing Bernadotte's car and the two following him to come to a full stop. From the jeep sprang three uniformed men clutching automatic weapons
An intriguing examination of the circumstances surrounding the 1948 murder in Israel of UN mediator Count Folke Bernadotte. Marton (The Polk Conspiracy, 1990, et. interweaves two stories as she traces the paths that led to the killing of Swedish nobleman and diplomat Bernadotte on September 17, 1948. The first story is about Bernadotte himself, who, Marton contends, was a well-meaning amateur in over his head.