The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews

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I.B.Tauris, Oct 3, 2003 - 320 páginas
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General Sir John Glubb was the last British pro-Consul of the region and commander of the
Arab Legion during the crucial years between 1936 and 1956. He was witness to the collapse of Palestine and the final foundation and establishment of the State of Israel. Now in paperback, this book looks at Glubb's personal vision of the Middle East and its peoples. Morris examines his reactions to the Arab Revolt in Palestine and the periodic plans to partition Palestine and establish a Jewish state. This masterful account offers the first in-depth look at Glubb's of his thinking, aims and actions during 1948, as he led his small army into Palestine and war against Israel.
 

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Gen. Sir John Glubb was a highly significant figure in the Middle East during the 20th century. As the British proconsul in the region and commander of the Arab Legion between 1936 and 1956, General ... Leer comentario completo

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The Middle East has a unique culture. People worship with
they're strong values. Syria has had many government
cues. Iran is a land trying to modernize nuclear power
plants. I think education
there is a limit on girls going to
college in Pakistan. Thousands of years ago the Aryans
invaded India. The Israelis have fought for their own safe
zone.
 

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Glubb on Arabs and Jews
9
The Arab Revolt 193639
33
World War II and its Aftermath
56
The Road to Jerusalem
91
The Invasion
145
Border Wars 1949 1956
209
Conclusion After 1956
233
Bibliography
243
Notes
247
Index
289
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Página 5 - You never knew what was going on with Glubb. His mind had begun to work like an Arab's. He was all subtleties. He had the kind of mind that could understand the illogic of the Arabs and anticipate it. He knew they would act from their emotions, and he knew what those emotions were. He dealt as an Arab with the King's palace, as a Bedouin with the tribes, as a British officer with London. No one except Glubb knew everything that was going...

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Benny Morris is a world-renowned author and Professor of Middle East History at Ben-Gurion University.

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