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Fri Mar 21 17:16:03 2014 UTClccn-n791388800.10The imaginary voyage with Theodore Herzl in Israel /0.360.96ha-Zarzir ṿeha-ʻorev /78770379Shimon_Peresn 79138880370151Bīrīs, Šamʿūn, 1923-Bīrīs, Šimūn, 1923-Bīrīz, Shīmūn, 1923-Pérès Chimon 1923-....Peres, SchimonPeres, Schimon, 1923-Peres, Shimon 1923-Peres, SimonPeres, Šimʿôn 1923-Peres Šimʿwn 1923-....Peres, Szimon.Peres, Szymon.Peresz, Simon, 1923-Persḳi, Shimʻon, 1923-Perski, Szymon, 1923-Persky, Shimon, 1923-פרס, שמעוןפרס, שמעון, 1923־פרס, שמעון, 3291־פרסקי, שמעוןפרעס, שמעון, 1923-بيرس، شمعون، 1923-بيريز، شمعونبيريز، شيمونبيريس، شمعونبيريس، شمعون، 1923-شمعون بيريس، 1923-شيمون بيريز، 1923-ペレス, シモンlccn-n92105112Landau, David1947-ivredtlccn-n86065136Naor, Aryeedtclblccn-n83207290Keren, Michaellccn-n79027010Littell, Robert1935-lccn-n50007677Ben-Gurion, David1886-1973lccn-n81126153Golan, Mattilccn-n50047799Avi-Yonah, Michael1904-1974edtlccn-n79091247Bar-Zohar, Michael1938-ivelccn-n83055228Arafat, Yasir1929-2004ivelccn-n78049769Netanyahu, BinyaminprfPeres, Shimon1923-HistoryBiographyInterviewsMilitary historyDocumentary filmsPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives‡vPolishIsraelPolitical sciencePeres, Shimon,Arab-Israeli conflictStatesmenMiddle East--PalestineJewish-Arab relationsMiddle EastPalestinian Arabs--Politics and governmentInternational economic integrationRegional planningPrime ministersPopulismDemocracyTechnology and stateBen-Gurion, David,TravelZionistsJewsMunaẓẓamat al-Taḥrīr al-FilasṭīnīyahMilitary readinessHerzl, Theodor,ZionismImaginary conversationsHolocaust survivorsHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Buchenwald (Concentration camp)Laʼu, Y. M.--(Yiśraʼel Meʼir)RabbisChief RabbinateInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Jewish children in the HolocaustServan-Schreiber, Jean JacquesArmisticesGilley, JeremyInternational Day of PeacePeace (Philosophy)Arab-Israeli conflict--PeaceElectionsInternational relationsArab countriesDayan, Moshe,Meir, Golda,Ḥabash, Jūrj,Hussein,--King of Jordan,Arafat, Yasir,Israel--Tel AvivPoland--Piotrków TrybunalskiIsrael.--KenesetMifleget ha-ʻavodah ha-Yiśreʼelit192319601961196519661970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201311947378619BDS119.7ocn707260613ocn785575165ocn773349018ocn470006950ocn407141363ocn469972461ocn813568765ocn467876273ocn439431533ocn460491514ocn753576282ocn676454177ocn765686635ocn770627013ocn661595437ocn762615403ocn762971339ocn691955097ocn691793094ocn753714285ocn858091552ocn440819153140212ocn029256687book19930.27Peres, ShimonThe New Middle Easttolerate backwardness or ignorance. He sees a social revival, and an economic revival as well - one fueled by the billions upon billions of dollars wasted for decades on defense. But crucially, he is not fixated only on what might be. He offers a no less cogent analysis of how peace can be achieved. He seeks nothing short of a historic new chapter between two peoples: to end a hundred years of hostility, and to begin a hundred years of peace and understanding. The New6469ocn045714908book20010.28Avi-Yonah, MichaelA history of the Holy LandHistoryArranged in chronological order, this collection of scholarly essays covers the history of the area from pre-historic times to the current peace negotiations+-+17786917356047ocn701017676book20110.21Peres, ShimonBen-Gurion : a political lifeBiographyA portrait of Israel's first prime minister covers his support of the United Nations 1947 Partition Plan for Palestine, his granting of first exemptions to Orthodox military servicepeople, and his peaceful overtures toward post-Holocaust Germany+-+673797053547110ocn000125050book19700.47Peres, ShimonDavid's slingMilitary historyThe inside story of how Israel developed her military strength, including her search for arms and alliances in the Western world4632ocn045734291visu19980.24The 50 years war Israel and the ArabsHistoryBegins with the 1947 UN decision to partition Palestine and continues to current day (1998). The film includes interviews and news clips of heads of state, other military and intelligence leaders. Traces history of Palestinian Liberation Organization3817ocn040925994book19980.28Peres, ShimonThe imaginary voyage : with Theodor Herzl in IsraelHistoryIn this moving and often astonishing memoir, Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres undertakes something most unusual: an imaginary voyage with Theodor Herzl, the great Zionist theorist and spiritual father of Israel+-+83195240063792ocn005830533book19790.27Peres, ShimonFrom these men : seven founders of the State of IsraelBiography3445ocn707260613book20110.17Laʼu, Y. MOut of the depths : the story of a child of Buchenwald who returned home at lastBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives PolishIsrael Meir Lau, one of the youngest survivors of Buchenwald, was just eight years old when the camp was liberated in 1945. Descended from a 1,000-year unbroken chain of rabbis, he grew up to become Chief Rabbi of Israel--and like many of the great rabbis, Lau is a master storyteller. Out of the Depths is his harrowing, miraculous, and inspiring account of life in one of the Nazis' deadliest concentration camps, and how he managed to survive against all possible odds. Lau, who lost most of his family in the Holocaust, also chronicles his life after the war, including his emigration to Mandate Palestine during a period that coincides with the development of the State of Israel. The story continues up through today, with that once-lost boy of eight now a brilliant, charismatic, and world-revered figure who has visited with Popes John Paul and Benedict; the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, and countless global leaders including Ronald Reagan, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Tony Blair+-+K6813275961493ocn063518562visu20050.20Peace one dayDocumentary filmsA story of one man's attempts to persuade the global community via the United Nations to officially sanction a global ceasefire day; a day of non-violence; a day of Peace725ocn300846258book20060.59Boutros-Ghali, Boutros60 ans de conflit israélo-arabe : témoignages pour l'histoire : entretiens croisés avec André VersailleInterviewsDeux acteurs essentiels de l'histoire d'Israël confrontent leurs points de vue sur la question palestinienne, la naissance de l'Etat israélien, la révolution de Nasser, la crise de Suez, la guerre des Six Jours, le réveil de la conscience nationale palestinienne, la guerre d'octobre 1973, le voyage de Sadate à Jérusalem, les accords de Camp David, l'intifada, les accords d'Oslo, etc7115ocn033344002book19940.28Peres, ShimonBattling for peace : a memoirBiographyOne of the great statesmen of our century, Shimon Peres, winner of the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize, has shaped the history of Israel and the future of the Middle East. In the seventies, as Israel's minister of defense, he engineered the legendary Entebbe raid against PLO terrorists; in the eighties, as prime minister, he saved the Israeli economy from near collapse; and as foreign minister, Shimon Peres is now a key negotiator in the peace accords that he helped bring about. In Battling for Peace, he tells, for the first time, the story of his amazing career. As we follow Peres from his ancestral home in Poland to Israel, from the youth village of Ben-Shemen to Kibbutz Alumot, from youth movement leader to prime minister, we are introduced both to a man and to a nation. A thoughtful, disciplined, and immensely resourceful young man, Peres was singled out by Israel's great leader David Ben-Gurion, who appointed him, while still in his twenties, director general of the Ministry of Defense. From this point on, Peres's life was inseparable from his country's history. Peres writes of his bitter quarrels with Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin, and of his great admiration for Ben-Gurion, Moshe Dayan, and Francois Mitterrand. He discusses the origins of Israel's nuclear program, and tells how he led the way toward the Oslo agreement, describing his secret talks with King Hussein in London ten years ago, and revealing how a chance for peace was thwarted by self-serving politicians and timid American diplomacy+-+6261894215324693ocn006032952book19790.53Peres, ShimonFrom these men : seven portraitsBiography631ocn828935881com20110.10Peres, ShimonThe imaginary voyage with Theodore Herzl in IsraelHistoryThe Imaginary Voyage brings together Shimon Peres, Israel's Nobel Prize-winning statesman, and Theodor Herzl, the visionary founder of Zionism. Despite the decades that separate them, they are united with astounding literary and historical effect. Together they embark on a journey across the land they hold in common, comparing Herzl's century-old vision with today's reality. From the teeming streets of Tel Aviv, to the storied walls of Jerusalem; from Gueva Kibbutz to the Sea of Tiberius; from Masada to the Negev, their voyage illuminates all that has changed in this most remarkable land during the twentieth century, and all that has endured594ocn165192422book19930.37Peres, ShimonDie Versöhnung : der neue Nahe Osten546ocn747795729rcrd20110.14Peres, ShimonBen-Gurion a political lifeBiographyA portrait of Israel's first prime minister covers his support of the United Nations 1947 Partition Plan for Palestine, his granting of first exemptions to Orthodox military servicepeople, and his peaceful overtures toward post-Holocaust Germany514ocn029539159book19930.63Peres, ShimonLe Temps de la paixCe chef d'Etat israélien, responsable des négociations de paix entre son pays et les Palestiniens, raconte les moments forts de ce dialogue nouveau avec l'OLP et il expose sa vision du nouveau Moyen-Orient et les conditions politiques et économiques pour une paix durable en cette région422ocn741089951book19930.63Peres, Shimon<>408ocn019362269book19780.76Peres, ShimonKaʻet - maḥar373ocn041402902visu19980.56The conflictHistoryMilitary historyInterviewsPart 1 of a historical documentary series on the first fifty years of the State of Israel. In May 14, 1948 David Ben-Gurion declared the independence of Israel and the following day neighboring Arab populations declared war. Israel was born from this conflict and emerged a refuge for a people dispersed through the world. This segment presents the history of Israel from its founding Zionist fathers in the 19th century, to the war of independence and the emergence of Israel as a prosperous, independent Jewish state354ocn421691358book19980.56Peres, ShimonQue le soleil se lèveL'ancien Premier Ministre d'Israël présente son idée sur le monde d'aujourd'hui, sur les relations internationales, sur le rôle que pourrait jouer son pays dans la société d'aujourd'hui124912ocn031606361book19950.28Peres, ShimonBattling for peace : a memoirBiographyOne of the great statesmen of our century, Shimon Peres, winner of the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize, has shaped the history of Israel and the future of the Middle East. In the seventies, as Israel's minister of defense, he engineered the legendary Entebbe raid against PLO terrorists; in the eighties, as prime minister, he saved the Israeli economy from near collapse; and as foreign minister, Shimon Peres is now a key negotiator in the peace accords that he helped bring about. In Battling for Peace, he tells, for the first time, the story of his amazing career. As we follow Peres from his ancestral home in Poland to Israel, from the youth village of Ben-Shemen to Kibbutz Alumot, from youth movement leader to prime minister, we are introduced both to a man and to a nation. A thoughtful, disciplined, and immensely resourceful young man, Peres was singled out by Israel's great leader David Ben-Gurion, who appointed him, while still in his twenties, director general of the Ministry of Defense. From this point on, Peres's life was inseparable from his country's history. Peres writes of his bitter quarrels with Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin, and of his great admiration for Ben-Gurion, Moshe Dayan, and Francois Mitterrand. He discusses the origins of Israel's nuclear program, and tells how he led the way toward the Oslo agreement, describing his secret talks with King Hussein in London ten years ago, and revealing how a chance for peace was thwarted by self-serving politicians and timid American diplomacy+-+626189421532411902ocn042854969file19950.50Keren, MichaelProfessionals against populism the Peres government and democracy6782ocn037981156book19980.32Peres, ShimonFor the future of IsraelInterviewsFor the Future of Israel reveals the character of a leader who participated in the birth of his country and whose thoughts remain ever on the future - on the basis and prospects for peace. In five conversations with novelist and former Newsweek correspondent Robert Littell, Peres reflects on his youth in shtetl and kibbutz, the impact of the Holocaust on world affairs, what it means to be a Jew, and the ongoing struggle to end terrorism and forge peace between Israel and its neighbors. The interviews reflect the changed State of Israel since the assassination of Yitzak Rabin (after which Peres was named prime minister and defense minister) and the subsequent election of a Likud-led government in Israel and its renegotiation of the Oslo agreements. Peres speaks candidly of his dealings with Arafat and of his close, complementary relationship with Rabin. Ranging widely over the last fifty years, he ponders the effect of the occupation of the territories on the character of his country. He gives his views on public figures he has known (among them Ben Gurion, Mitterrand, Reagan, Netanyahu, Yeltsin, and Clinton), the qualities of good leadership, and the dangers of extremism and religious parties+-+K3740365355604ocn072161934book20070.24Bar-Zohar, MichaelShimon Peres : the biographyBiographyTraces the life and political accomplishments of the Polish-born, former Israeli prime minister who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his negotiation of the 1993 Palestinian-Israeli peace accord+-+17471555963614ocn008532406book19820.66Golan, MattiShimon Peres, a biographyBiography3232ocn020392488book19890.33Golan, MattiThe road to peace : a biography of Shimon PeresBiographyChronicles the life of Shimon Peres as a freedom fighter, pioneer, defense minister, and Premier of Israel2373ocn018496545book19880.66Servan-Schreiber, Jean JacquesThe chosen and the choiceInterviews613ocn747799349visu19960.73The battle for peace - Shimon PeresBiographyThe Battle for Peace -- Shimon Peres follows up on the earlier film Peres -- The Road to Peace. Ever since the assassination of the late Prime Minister Rabin, Peres has been the leading spokesman for a negotiated peace. Despite his recent defeat, he continues to be an important presence on the Israeli political scene. The film traces Israel s secret road to peace with the PLO and highlights the late Prime Minister Rabin s own critical role. Shimon Peres is one of the last of Israel s living patriarchs, a prot542ocn776109195book20110.90Peres, ShimonBen-Guryon shel Shimʻon Peres : biyografyah poliṭit : mifgashim ʻim Daṿid LandaʼuBiographyInterviews395ocn069242300book20050.84Bar-Zohar, MichaelKe-ʻof ha-ḥol : Shimʻon Peres - ha-biyografyahBiography373ocn056830061book20040.88Misgav, HaimLo oto ha-yam : śiḥot ʻim Shimʻon PeresInterviews332ocn035726015book19960.81Kaspit, Benha-Hitabdut : miflagah meṿateret ʻal shilṭon312ocn016887018book19820.88Golan, MattiPeresBiography315ocn032672331book19940.90Peres, ShimonYoman ḳeriʼah : mikhtavim le-sofrimCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence302ocn037695436book19960.79Azoulay-Katz, Orlyha-Ish she-lo yadaʻ le-natseaḥ : Shimʻon Peres be-malkodet SizifusBiography262ocn030157953book19920.90Bilski Ben-Hur, RaphaellaLe-tsad Shimʻon : ben ha-ṭov be-yoter le-ven ḥaviv ha-seḳerim : sipuro shel maʼavaḳBiography252ocn025633296book19910.81Peres, ShimonYoman EnṭebehDiariesPersonal narratives242ocn054445258book20030.94Shimʻon Peres : ʻal pene ḥayim rabimPictorial works222ocn051316621book20020.96Ḳoṭler, Yaʼirha-Zarzir ṿeha-ʻorev201ocn043370314book19990.93Assaraf, RobertUne crise et des hommes : Israël, 1995-1999Fait le point sur un phénomène majeur qui domine la vie politique israélienne, la montée de l'extrémisme, prenant comme point de départ l'assassinat d'Itzhak Rabin+-+1778691735+-+1778691735Fri Mar 21 16:02:44 EDT 2014batch36763