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Israel 60. Those Were the Years by Nisim…

Israel 60. Those Were the Years

by Nisim Mishal

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on the pages of this book, israel 60 will see the sequel to those were the years israel's jubilee
  HanoarHatzioni | Jun 9, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 965482731X, Hardcover)

In the pages of this book, Israel 60, we proudly present you with the sequel to Those Were the Years - Israel's Jubilee, relating the full story of the State of Israel since it was established to this day. Year by year, the drama of this state's history is studied and analyzed, covering the most important events in politics, security, art, sports, and its residents' everyday life. The texts are accompanied by authentic pictures of the best photographers who captured the moments with their cameras. The crown jewels in this book are 60 articles one for each year that discuss the year's most important event or most influential figure. They are authored by some of Israel's most prominent writers, poets, philosophers, politicians, political leaders, army commanders, journalists, and media persons. The tale of Israel's 60 years of existence is the most exciting, dramatic, and fascinating story of the 20 the century and beyond. We, the Israelis, find this hard to comprehend and appreciate because we live the stories; we are too close to them. This book, however, can be read as a moving, sad, and exciting story that may be difficult at times, but is always fascinating.

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