The War and the Jew

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The War and the Jew

By Vladimir Jabotinsky
Dial Press, 1942
252 pp. $2.50

This posthumous work by the late leader of Revisionist Zionism consists of writings in which he sought to show that the evacuation of the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe to Palestine was the only way to prevent their extermination. He also pleads for the creation of a Jewish Army to fight as one of the Allies against the Axis.

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