The Triumph of Military Zionism: Nationalism and the Origins of the Israeli Right

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I.B.Tauris, 2006 - Počet stran: 282
"The Triumph of Military Zionism examines the ideas of the key players in Israel's political transformation, beginning with Abba Achimeir and the advent of Maximalist Zionism in the 1930s. They saw as their models revolutionary figures as different as Bar Kochba, the leader of the Jewish revolt against the Romans and Irish Republicanism's Michael Collins. This study also critically appraises the relationship between Vladimir Jabotinsky, the founder of Revisionist Zionism, and his zealous follower, Menachem Begin. Dismissing Jabotinsky's diplomacy and his high regard for England, Begin advocated the third stage of Zionism - 'military Zionism' - in succession to practical and political Zionism.
 

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Prologue
20
The Road to Resignation
36
A Strange Odyssey
49
The National Revolutionary Legacy
68
The Challenge of the Revisionists
85
The Widening Schism
105
Models for the Radicals
133
On Two Fronts
148
The Fall and Rise of the Maximalists
163
Raziel Stern and Begin
183
The Confrontation
199
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Colin Shindler is a Fellow in Israeli Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

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