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[Read by Frederick Davidson]
At the center of this massive and brilliant book is the most universal of man's cities: Jerusalem, the mystic heart of three great religions, condemned to pay for the passions it inspires by being, through forty centuries, the most bitterly disputed site in the world.
Collins and Lapierre's story is the fruit of five years of intensive research and many thousands of interviews. It is the epic drama of 1948, in which the Arabs and the Jews, heirs to generations of bitter conflict in a land sacred to them both, fought each other for the city of Jerusalem and for the hopes of fulfillment it represented to each. Here is the account of that struggle that encompasses the full spectrum of its participants, whose experiences, emotions, and acts of bravery have been meticulously brought together and illumined in this monumental and dramatic work.
LARRY COLLINS (1929-2005) was born and raised in West Hartford, Connecticut, and is a graduate of Yale University. He was for more than ten years a foreign correspondent in North Africa, the Middle East and Europe, first for UPI and then for Newsweek, for which he was Paris Bureau chief.
DOMINIQUE LAPIERRE was for many years a senior reporter and editor for Paris-Match. He is the author of several earlier books published in France, some of them based on his knowledge of the United States, where he attended Lafayette College and where his father served with the French diplomatic service.
Titolo: O Jerusalem!
Casa editrice: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Blackstone Audio. Condizione libro: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Audiobook on MP3 CD - Unabridged A Brand New Quality Audiobook from a Full-Time Bookshop in business since 1992!. Codice libro della libreria 2231264
Descrizione libro Blackstone Audio Inc, 2009. MP3 CD. Condizione libro: Brand New. mp3 una edition. 7.25x5.00x0.25 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 1441713891