To their promised land

Meyers, Nechemia
September 1996
World & I;Sep96, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p191
Focuses on the Anglo-Saxon citizens of Israel. Anglo-Saxons' contributions to Israel's rise as a nation; Anglo-Saxons who became prominent in their adopted land; Politics; Social conditions.


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