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By D.Nicolle

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Книга Osprey crusade №154. Acre 1291 Osprey crusade №154. Acre 1291 Книги Исторические Автор: D.Nicolle Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: forty Mb ISBN: 084176 862 five Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Серия военныхкниг Campaignот Osprey.Скачать все ссылки (162книги, 5,7Gb) на серию Osprey crusade одним файлом:http://depositfiles.com/files/8912393

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41 Jabotinsky was thus giving his approval after the IZL retaliatory acts. It would seem that his concern with his own leadership left him with no choice. He had already demonstrated (with Achimeir and at the time of the Ben Yosef affair)- and was to do so with Stern - that tactical concerns of that nature predominated over ideological considerations. At the beginning of February 1938, while the NZO convention was under way in Prague, sentence of death was passed on Betar Ghafir Yehezkeel Altman, who had killed an Arab child, and the policeman Mordechai Schwarz, who had killed an Arab policeman.

He promised a war to the finish against 'court Jews', the 'super moralists', the forces of 'exilic rot' and the 'red missionaries' in all their variations. 113 The nineteenth Zionist congress at Lucerne- the 'Hitlerian Congress'was attacked. 114 There were 'two partners' to the plunder of the German Jewish diaspora: Nazism and Palestinian socialism. 115 Altogether, the maximalists were dissatisfied with the NZO's founding convention. Jabotinsky remained tied to his pro-British orientation, and insisted on neutrality in the Ethiopian conflict, despite sympathy for Italian expansionism from within the NZ0.

With no foreseeable prospect of altering the demographic balance in Palestine (then four to one in favour of the Arabs), quality rather than quantity had to be emphasised. This could be attained by both technical and psychological training. The latter was more difficult than the former because, in the first place the Yishuv tended to preach pacifism, with slogans like 'the life of your brotherly neighbour' is as valuable as that of 'your Jewish mother', and second, there was the feeling of distaste brought on by the concept of militarism.

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