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HER SON, THE ATOMIC SCIENTIST: MIRRA BIRENS, YULI KHARITON, AND MAX EITINGON'S SERVICES FOR THE SOVIETS
New evidence sheds fresh light on the decades-long controversy whether Dr Max Eitingon, a pioneer of psychoanalysis in Europe and Palestine, collaborated with Soviet intelligence. This paper focuses… Expand
Foxbats over Dimona: The Soviets' Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War
Fearing an imminent invasion, Israel launched a preemptive air attack on Egypt in June 1967 and it achieved such staggering devastation that in just six days the war was won and the future of the… Expand
The Soviet-Israeli War, 1967-1973: The USSR's Military Intervention in the Egyptian-Israeli Conflict
Response to Amnon Sella
framework. The way people perceive social reality structures the way they act in their worlds, and their actions, in turn, reshape the society they live in. That dialectical relationship of human… Expand
["My Mirra, my world." Mirra Birens-Eitingon as a key to her husband Max Eitingon's persona].
New reseach in Russia, Germany and Israel has revealed the complex and multifaceted figure of Mirra Eitingon (1877-1947), the wife for 31 years of Dr. Max Eitingon. Her character and her background… Expand