People/Characters: Sarah Aaronsohn

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The Aaronsohn Saga by Shmuel Katz
Heroes of Israel: Profiles of Jewish Courage by Chaim Herzog
Historical Dictionary of Israeli Intelligence by Ephraim Kahana
Lawrence and Aaronsohn: T. E. Lawrence, Aaron Aaronsohn, and the Seeds of the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Ronald Florence
Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East by Scott Anderson
A spy for freedom : the story of Sarah Aaronsohn by Ida Cowen
A Spy for Freedom: The Story of Sarah Aaronsohn by Cowen & Gunther

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Sarah Aaronsohn (1890–1917) was a member of the Nili, a network of Jews working as spies for the British prior to and during World War I. She was arrested and tortured by the Ottomans before managing to commit suicide to protect others. Sarah was a sister of the famous botanist Aaron Aaronsohn, the founder of Nili.
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