The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History

@inproceedings{Lesch2007TheAC,
  title={The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History},
  author={David W. Lesch},
  year={2007}
}
Preface Note on the Text List of Maps and Photographs CHAPTER ONE: THE INTELLECTUAL AND PHYSICAL SETTING CHAPTER TWO: COMPETING IDEOLOGIES CHAPTER THREE: THE CONVERGENCE CHAPTER FOUR: THE PALESTINE MANDATE CHAPTER FIVE: INDEPENDENCE AND AL-NAKBA CHAPTER SIX: COLD WARS AND THE MIDDLE EAST MATRIX CHAPTER SEVEN: THE EARTHQUAKE CHAPTER EIGHT: THE ROAD TO 1979 CHAPTER NINE: MUTUAL FALLOUTS: LEBANON AND THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT CHAPTER TEN: A DECADE OF HOPE CHAPTER ELEVEN: BREAKDOWN ... CHAPTER… 

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