JEWS IN THE POST-WAR WORLD by

JEWS IN THE POST-WAR WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Extraordinarily objective approach to the Jewish program, based on a broad-gauged evaluation of the salient facts of Jewish gains resulting from the first World War, of subsequent increase in anti-Semitism, of the position and contribution of the Jews in the Arab world, of the grounds for certain claims made by and for the Jews of the world for the post-war settlements. One gets a clearly defined picture of what the various groups atend for without the authors at any time seeming to stress their own preferences. On the whole Palestinian question, past, present, future, this is the best presentation I have found, scholarly in the best sense, and eminently readable. A sound book for the informed world citizen.

Publisher: Dryden