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Terror Out of Zion
Terror Out of Zion
By J. Bowyer Bell
St. Martin's, 1977, 374 pp

Bowyer Bell, who has a deserved reputation as an authority on terrorists and guerrillas, outdoes himself in this colorful history of the Irgun and the "Stern Gang" in the days of the British Mandate and the war of 1948. The words and acts of Menachem Begin, which are prominent in the story, take on added interest in the light of current events in Israel.