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BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

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Exodus by Leon Uris

A novel that made the world sit up and take notice: the lives of Jewish freedom fighters, Holocaust survivors, their friends and enemies. The story of the birth of the nation of Israel, written with blood and tears, from the time of forbidden immigration under the British Mandate until after the successful War of Independence.

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Mila 18 by Leon Uris

A book about the history of the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. Before the destruction of the ghetto, Jewish underground fighters managed to withstand the German army for a total of 42 days. This was longer than all of Poland, which surrendered 36 days after the Germans invaded.

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The Source by James A. Michener

Past times are awakened by archaeological findings in this novel. The fortunes of people spanning 12 millennia come together to form a panorama of Israel's history.

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A Tale of Love and Darkness by Amos Oz

Based on his own biography and the life stories of his ancestors, Oz traces the life of the Jews - beginning in the shtetl in Eastern Europe, through immigration, the founding of the state and wars, and provides insights into many details of everyday life.

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Appointment in Jerusalem by Derek Prince

This book is a biographical novel about Derek Prince first wife, Lydia, who left Denmark and everything she owned to go to Jerusalem and who became a blessing to many.

In Israel she also met Derek, her husband-to-be.

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Our Debt to Israel by Derek Prince

This is a concise and practical summary of what we as Christians owe the Jews and what we can do for Israel.

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A Journey to the Holocaust by Susanna Kokkonen

This publication is an impressive blend of historical facts and the biblical perspective on them conveyed in a personal, touching way.

It explores the origins and impact of Anti-Semitism from the creation of man to the present day.

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Last Word on the Middle East (Promised Land – The future of Israel revealed in prophecy)

by Derek Prince

In this book Derek Prince is bringing together historical events and Bible prophecies.

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Israel, a History by Martin Gilbert

The opus is considered the most comprehensive account to date of the history of Israel from the days of Theodor Herzl to the present day.

A must read for anyone who wants to understand Israel's current history.

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Israel, More than Meets the Eye by Doron Schneider

in German only: Israel, mehr als man denkt

Insights into life in Israel, opinions on controversial issues, the view of Messianic Jews.

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The Heart of a People by Moshe Kempinski

This publication aspires to create a bridge between Judaism and Christianity, explaining the heart attitude of Jews and showing commonalities between the two beliefs.

A treasure for anyone who wants to better understand Judaism.

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The History of Judaism GEO Epoche Nr. 21

in German only: Die Geschichte des Judentums

3000 years of faith and culture: from King David to the founding of the State of Israel

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Israel GEO Epoche Nr. 61 (in German only)

The most important historical events from 1890 to the present in the Jewish state.

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Focus Israel by Maren Steege (in German only)

The somewhat different travel guide that presents Israel in a biblical context.

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Israel – A Tapestry of Prophecy by Moshe Kempinski

In this book Kempinski explains the fulfillment of biblical prophecy in the history of Israel.

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Tongue of the Prophets by Robert St. John

This is the fascinating life story of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. He advocated the return of Jews to the land of their fathers and devoted his life to reviving ancient Hebrew into a current language. Neither illness, nor the incomprehension of contemporaries, political obstacles or personal strokes of fate could deter him. Shortly before he died, the British authorities recognized Hebrew as the official language of the Jews. This book gives insight into the rebirth of a language and the prehistory of the founding of Israel.

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