Hannah Senesh, Her Life & Diary

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Schocken Books, 1972 - Počet stran: 257
"Hannah Senesh, Israel's national heroine and subject of a major motion picture, is remembered as a poet and a martyr. Safe in Palestine during World War II, she volunteered for a mission to help rescue Jews in her native Hungary. She was captured by the Nazis, stood up to imprisonment and torture, and was executed at the age of twenty-three."--

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This very moving book contains the diary, letters, and selected poems of one of the State of Israel’s heroes. Eight people add eight views about Hannah, her upbringing outside of Palestine, her strong ... Přečíst celou recenzi

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beautifully and maturely written diary by hannah. her mother also wrote so well in telling of her heartbreaking experiences of losing her precocious daughter. Hannah was self-aware beyond her years. Přečíst celou recenzi

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Memories of Hannahs Childhood
5
THE DIARY
13
The Last Border
170
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Hannah Senesh -- poet, Israel's national heroine, inspiration to Jewish adults and children worldwide, subject of a major motion picture, and featured in Senator John McCain's Why Courage Matters -- is remembered as a poet and a martyr. Safe in Palestine during World War II, she volunteered for a mission to help rescue Jews in her native Hungary. She was captured by the Nazis, stood up to imprisonment and torture, and was executed at the age of twenty-three.

Abba Eban in addition to his diplomatic and political roles in the Israeli government, Abba Eban was narrator of the nine-hour television series Heritage: Civilization and the Jews, which he turned into a best-selling book. His latest television film, The Brink of Peace, is a survey of the Middle Eastern peace process. He is also the author of numerous other books, including My People, The New Diplomacy, and Personal Witness: Israel through My Eyes.

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