A History of the Jews: From the Babylonian Exile to the Present, 5728-1968

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New American Library, 1984 - History - 768 pages
Conquered, dispersed, nationless, often savagely persecuted, the Jews not only survived but contributed vitally to Western civilization, playing a role in almost every crucial event of world history. In this definitive single volume, recognized as a classic work for over two decades, Dr. Grayzel traces the dramatic story of the Jews as it moves through the rise and fall of the Greek states and the Roman Empire, the barbarian invasion and the emergence of the European nations, the Rensaisance and the Reformation, the French and American revolutions, World War II, and the establishment of the state of Israel.

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