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eBook Exiled to Palestine: The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934 (Cummings Center Series) ePub

by Ziva Galili,Boris Morozov

  • ISBN: 0714657085
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  • Author: Ziva Galili,Boris Morozov
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 13, 2006)
  • Pages: 160
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This is the unknown story of how Zionists imprisoned by Soviet authorities were allowed to choose sentences of permanent departure to Palestine. Series: Cummings Center Series (Book 21). Paperback: 160 pages.

This is the unknown story of how Zionists imprisoned by Soviet authorities were allowed to choose sentences of permanent departure to Palestine. ISBN-13: 978-0415647694. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

Ziva Galili, Boris Morozov. This book will of great interest to all students and scholars of Jewish and Israeli, Russian and Soviet and European and British history. This is the unknown story of how Zionists imprisoned by Soviet authorities were allowed to choose sentences of permanent departure to Palestine, where they helped build Jewish society, the backbone of left-wing parties, and the powerful trade union movement. These leading authors bring to light undiscovered documents from archives opened after the collapse of the Soviet Union and go on to revise fundamental assumptions about these events. In one of the more strange cases of crime and punishment of all time, Zionists who were imprisoned by Soviet authorities in the 1920s and 1930s had the option of permanent exile to Palestine. eBook Rental from £1. 0. Routledge Published March 5, 2013 Reference - 160 Pages ISBN 9780415647694 - CAT Y143400 Series: Cummings Center Series. The presence of these pioneers/prisoners was duly noted there, for they immediately began to build communities.

This book will of great interest to all students and scholars of Jewish and Israeli, Russian and Soviet and European and British history.

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List of Documents 1. Introduction: Zionism in Soviet Russia 2. Out of the USSR: The Exiles and Pompolit 3. Into Palestine: The Zionists and the British 4. Postscript 5. Documents.

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Palestine : The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934

Exiled to Palestine : The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934. by Ziva Galili and Boris Morozov.

Ziva Galili teaches Russian and Soviet history at Rutgers University, and Boris Morozov is a. .Ziva Galili estimates their number at 1,200-1,300. This trickle would become a flood: a few decades later.

On the eve of the Bolshevik Revolution, Russia had the largest number of Jewish citizens of any country, more than 5 million. As this book tells us, conditions for Zionist activity in Soviet Russia worsened appreciably in the mid-1920s.

The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934 (The Cummings Center Series). by Ziva Galili, Boris Morozov

The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934 (The Cummings Center Series). by Ziva Galili, Boris Morozov. Published January 13, 2006 by Routledge.

Cummings Center series. General Note: Includes index. Geographic Name: Soviet Union Emigration and immigration. Geographic Name: Soviet Union Ethnic relations. Personal Name: Morozov, Boris. Rubrics: Jews Soviet Union Migrations History 20th century Zionism History Antisemitism Political refugees Israel Jews, Soviet. Download now Exiled to Palestine : the emigration of Soviet Zionist convicts, 1924-1934 Ziva Galili, Boris Morozov: Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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This is the unknown story of how Zionists imprisoned by Soviet authorities were allowed to choose sentences of permanent departure to Palestine, where they helped build Jewish society, the backbone of left-wing parties, and the powerful trade union movement.

These leading authors bring to light undiscovered documents from archives opened after the collapse of the Soviet Union and go on torevise fundamental assumptions about these events. They examine the means by which internal power struggles and personal interventions in the uppermost echelons of the Soviet leadership allowed the Zionists to disseminate their message and recruit thousands of members before the massive arrests of the mid-1920s; demonstrate the extent to which personal contacts between Zionists and those who aided them, Soviet leaders and members of the security services, were vital to initiating and sustaining the practice of substitution; and using a broad array of British and Zionist documents, they reveal the crucial role of Anglo-Zionist co-operation in facilitating the immigration of Zionist convicts.

This book will of great interest to all students and scholars of Jewish and Israeli, Russian and Soviet and European and British history.