"A remarkable featclear, compelling and accessible. Critical background for any appreciation of the Jewish state."The New York Times Book Review
With his characteristic grace and lucidity, Howard M. Sachar, renowned author of thirteen earlier books on Middle Eastern and Jewish history, brings to life the complex and dramatic story of the friendships and fallings-out between Israel and the various European powers over the last half-century.
Dr. Sachar chronicles the always uneasy relationship between Israel and Great Britain; its early love-affair and nasty break-up with France; the shifting Soviet policies toward Israel; and the unlikely emergence of Germany as the new nation's chief European benefactor. A master of historical narrative, Sachar once again enlightens us with fine scholarship, insightful analysis, and an unerring knowledge of humanand nationalmotivations.
|Publisher:||Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.19(w) x 7.98(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
Howard M. Sachar is the author of thirteen earlier books on Middle Eastern and Jewish history, including the internationally acclaimed A History of Israel (revised 1996). Based in Washington, D.C., where he is Professor of Modern History at George Washington University, Dr. Sachar lectures extensively throughout the United States and abroad.