Introduction: The Importance of the Middle East

January 2008
Palestine Mandate & the Creation of Israel, 1920-1949;2008, p6
An introduction to the book "Palestine Mandate & the Creation of Israel, 1920-1949," by Alan H. Luxenberg is presented.


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