Format: Print Length
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (October 26, 2010)
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Size: 9 MB
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The riveting chronicle of Jewish warfare survivors and their flight at the dramatic voyage of Exodus 1947, the foreign incident that won sympathy for the formation of Israel The underground Jewish crew Haganah prepared for the acquisition of a small American steamer as a part of an formidable and bold challenge: to function lifeboat for greater than 4 thousand survivors of Nazi rule and delivery them to Palestine. Renamed Exodus 1947, the send and its younger team left France en path to the long run country of Israel. The Holocaust survivors aboard Exodus persevered much more hardships while the Royal military stopped the send in overseas waters, used strength in boarding (killing passengers and one crewmember) and at last deported its human shipment to internment camps in Germany. The demise of the ship's captain in past due 2009 generated headlines during the global. Enriched with new survivors' tales and formerly unpublished documentation, Operation Exodus is the deeply relocating saga of a those who risked all in look for a house.