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David Ben Gurion Ben-Gurion "The Jews In Their Land" 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos Israel

Ben Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos Israel
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Ben Gurion Ben-Gurion, David "The Jews In Their Land" 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos Israel
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Ben Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos IsraelBen Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos IsraelBen Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos IsraelBen Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos IsraelBen Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos IsraelBen Gurion Ben-Gurion, David The Jews In Their Land 1966 Book Signed Autograph Photos Israel
"The Jews In Their Land"-Conceived And Edited By David Ben-Gurion-1966-Doubleday-8 1/2" X 12"-392 pages-Hardcover Book-With Jacket-With Photographs and Illustrations-Signed By David Ben-Gurion. Ben-Gurion, David,1886–1973, Israeli statesman, b. Plońsk, Poland, as David Grün. He settled in Palestine in 1906, but lived for periods of time in Istanbul, London, and New York. He was an active Zionist and during World War I helped to organize the Jewish Legion in support of the British. In the struggle to found an independent Jewish state in Palestine he followed a policy of cooperation with the British during World War II, but led the political struggle against them and authorized sabotage activities after the war. A founder and leader of the Labor (Mapai) party and an early leader of the Histadrut (the trade-union federation), he was the first (1948–53) prime minister of the newly created state of Israel. In 1955 he returned to the cabinet as defense minister under Moshe Sharett and later that year again became prime minister, reflecting a shift in Israeli policy toward confrontation with Israel's hostile Arab neighbors. Amid growing controversy he resigned in Feb., 1961, but was quickly returned to office. He again resigned in June, 1963. In retirement Ben-Gurion continued to be politically active, forming a splinter party from the dominant Labor party in 1965. A selection of his writings was published as Rebirth and Destiny of Israel (1954); he also wrote Israel: Years of Challenge (1965), Israel's Security (1960), The Jews in Their Land (1966), Memoirs (1970), Israel: A Personal History (1971), and My Talks with the Arabs (1973). The book has been autographed on the title page by David Ben-Gurion with a fountain pen in blue.................BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.