Series: Israel Pocket Library

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Israel Pocket Library: Geography by ABRAHAM BRAWER1
Israel Pocket Library: History Until 1880 by Keter Books2
Israel Pocket Library: History from 1880 by Israel Pocket Library3
Israel Pocket Library: Jerusalem4
Israel Pocket Library: Zionism by Israel Pocket Library5
Israel Pocket Library: Immigration and Settlement by Israel Pocket Librar6
Israel Pocket Library: Society by Israel Pocket Library7
Israel Pocket Library: Holocaust by Jacob Robinson8
Israel Pocket Library: Religious Life and Communities by Israel Pocket Library9
Israel Pocket Library: Economy by Israel Pocket Librar10
Israel Pocket Library: Archaeology by Michael Avi-Yonah11
Israel Pocket Library: Anti-Semitism by Israel Pocket Library12
Israel Pocket Library: Education and Science by Israel Pocket Librar13
Israel Pocket Library: Jewish Values by Keter Books14
Israel Pocket Library: Democracy by Israel Pocket Librar15
Israel Pocket Library: Cumulative Index by Israel Pocket Library16
Israel Pocket Library Set by Israel Pocket LibrarySet

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