1: American Historical Review 2: New Statesman
Gideon Goes To War: The Story of Major-General Orde C. Wingate
by Leonard Mosley, 1955
Page 58: Wingate turned to one of the Jews and, pointing to the coughing and spluttering Arab, said: "Shoot this man." The Jew looked at him questioningly and hesitated. Wingate said, in a tense voice, "Did you hear? Shoot him." ...
Dynamite in the Middle East
by Khalil Totah, 1955
by Edward Atiyah, 1955
This wholesale exodus was due partly to the belief of the Arabs, encouraged by the boasting of an unrealistic Arab press and the irresponsible utterances of some of the Arab leaders that it could be only a matter of some weeks before the Jews were de ...
T.E. Lawrence and the Arabs: An analysis
by Desmond Stewart, 1955
The Frontiers of a Nation: A Reexamination of the Forces Which Created the Palestine Mandate and its Territorial Shape
by H F Frishchwasser, 1955
Page 82 . . . At the beginning Page 83 of 1917 the Zionist leadership was still under the naive illusion that France was not interested in the country which lay to the south of Beirut and Damascus and that the whole area up to these cit ...
Who Knows Better Must Say So!
by Elmer Berger, 1955, 1970
War Memoirs: pt. 1-2. The call to honour, 1940-1942
by Charles de Gaulle, 1955
Page 132 The enthusiasm shown for our movement by the majority of the French people at our meetings in Cairo, Alexandria and Ismailia has been magnificent. All the French language newspapers are with us and the AFI is doing good work. The Cairo ...
#66149 The Treason of Sir Roger Casement
by Giovanni Costigan in American Historical Review, January 1955
Can you imagine a real Liberal carrying out the Denshawai massacre --'executions' they called it-three years ago, when the pigeon shooting officers were avenged of a whole rural population by widespread public floggings and hangings? ...
#106039 Profile of Ben Gurion
by contributor to the New Statesman in New Statesman, 1955
This profile of David Ben-Gurion treated him as a noble hero, and reproached him only for having devoted his military force to conquering the empty Negev desert in 1948, when he "might have cleared the hills of Samaria". It also sympathised with Ben- ...