Nahum Goldman: His Missions to the Gentilesby Raphael Patai
A study of Nahum Goldmann (1895-1982), a founder and president of the World Jewish Congress. Patai explores Goldmann's psychology, and focuses on three key events in which Goldmann was involved: the partition controversy leading to the establishment of Israel; the West German reparation payments to Israel and individual Jews; and a series of attempts to negotiate peace settlements in the Middle East with Egypt's President Nasser.
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