La expulsión de los palestinos: el concepto de "transferencia" en el pensamiento político sionista, 1882-1948

Masalha, Nur (2008) La expulsión de los palestinos: el concepto de "transferencia" en el pensamiento político sionista, 1882-1948. Bósforo Libros, Madrid.

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Abstract

From the beginning of the Zionist enterprise to found a Jewish national home, or state, in Palestine, Zionists have been confronted with what was called the "Arab problem" — the fact that the "Land of Israel" was already populated. In this meticulous work, Nur Masalha examines one of the proposed solutions to that problem — the transfer of the indigenous Palestinian population to neighboring Arab lands. Masalha's book is the most comprehensive study to date on the concept of "transfer" in Zionist thinking from the late nineteenth century up to the 1948 war. Expulsion of the Palestinians is invaluable for the light it throws on the attitudes towards the Palestinians of the Israeli political and military decision-makers on the eve of the exodus of some 750,000 Palestinians during the 1948 war. [product description UK edition]

Item Type: Book
Additional Information: Translation by Saad Chedid. Originally published Institute for Palestine Studies (May 1992) 9780887282423
Uncontrolled Keywords: Palestine--History, Military--20th century. ; Palestine--Politics and government--1917-1948. ; Palestine--History--1917-1948. ; Israel--History, Military--20th century. ; Israel--Politics and government--1948-1967. ; Israel--History--1948-1967. ; Israel--Foreign relations--Arab countries. ; Arab countries--Foreign relations--Israel.
Subjects: 900 History & geography > 956 History of the Middle East (Near East)
School/Department: School of Arts and Humanities
Depositing User: Catherine O'Sullivan
Date Deposited: 18 Sep 2012 13:46
Last Modified: 25 Sep 2013 13:49
URI: http://research.stmarys.ac.uk/id/eprint/200

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