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Thu Oct 16 18:01:55 2014 UTClccn-n820748070.00Lettres reçues d'Eri Jabotinsky0.741.00Haʻalaʼat ʻatsmot Zeʼev ṿe-Yoʻanah Z'aboṭinsḳi la-arets69350824Eri_Jabotinskyn 82074807771552Jabotinsky, EriZ'aboṭinsḳi, ʻEri, 1910-1969Zʹabotinsqi, ʿEri, 1910-1969ז׳בוטינסקי, אריז׳בוטינסקי, ערי, 1910-1969lccn-n82033041Jabotinsky, Vladimir1880-1940lccn-n81125971Makhon le-ḥeḳer ha-Tsiyonut ʻal shem Ḥayim Ṿaitsmanlccn-n84129704Mekhon Z'aboṭinsḳinc-tel aviv israel$mekhon zhabotinskiTel Aviv (Israel)Mekhon Zhabotinskilccn-n82214465רייכמן, חנניהlccn-n81124462Irgun tsevaʼi leʼumilccn-n81012060Betarlccn-n81043298Weizman, Ezer1924-2005np-blinderman, joni sueBlinderman, Joni-Suenp-horn, shaulHorn, shaʼulJabotinsky, EriBiographyCatalogsSourcesHistoryJabotinsky, Vladimir,ZionistsLettersZionismRevisionist ZionismJudaismHebrew languageRabbinical literatureJabotinsky, Eri,Middle East--PalestineIrgun tsevaʼi leʼumiEmigration and immigrationBegin, Menachem,IsraelTurbulenceWorld War (1939-1945)BetarHydrodynamicsFunctionsLuz, Kadish,Holocaust survivorsCohen, Geulah,Shṭain, MoshehBromfield, Louis,Israel-Arab War (1948-1949)Israel--Rishon le-TsiyonUndset, Sigrid,Jewish refugeesSlovakia--BratislavaCommittee for an Army of Stateless and Palestinian JewsAmerican Friends of a Jewish PalestineHecht, Ben,BrothersAltalena (Ship)Radio broadcastingVideo tapesIsrael--ʻAtlitWise, Stephen S.--(Stephen Samuel),ʻAmiqam, EliyahuAustriaTruman, Harry S.,Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Merlin, SamuelMiddle EastBurialLoḥame ḥerut YiśraʼelGunther, FrancesVan Paassen, Pierre,Shamir, ShimonWeizman, Ezer,19101969195519611968197219801991199220021182431320.5409569DS151.Z5ocn494334662312ocn017049781book19800.90Jabotinsky, EriAvi, Zeʼev Z'aboṭinsḳiBiography231ocn741071661book19800.47<>153ocn061593947book0.77Igrot Zeʼev Z'aboṭinsḳi : reshimah u-mafteaḥ : [mifʻal meshutaf shel ha-Makhon le-ḥeḳer ha-tsiyonut ʻal shem Ḥayim Ṿaitsman shel Universiṭat Tel-Aviv u-Mekhon Z'aboṭinsḳi be-Yiśraʼel141ocn016677684book0.95Igrot Zeʼev Z'aboṭinsḳi : reshimah u-mafteaḥCatalogs123ocn038697898book0.63Jabotinsky, VladimirKetavimHistoryBiographySources32ocn164682630book19800.22Jabotinsky, EriAbī, Ze'ēb Z'abōṭīnsqī22ocn233233271book19550.47<>21ocn049256419book0.92Jabotinsky, VladimirIgerot Zeʼev Z'boṭinsḳi : reshimah u-mafṭeaḥBiography21ocn011245763book19680.92Jabotinsky, EriOn the use of spherical means in hydrodynamics. Application to the study of the inception of turbulence11ocn057324307rcrd20021.00Bet avi11ocn610500303book0.47Jabotinsky, EriThe Sakarya expedition : a story of extra-legal Immigration into Palestine11ocn494334662bookJabotinsky, EriLettres reçues d'Eri Jabotinsky11ocn057331070rcrd20021.00Haʻalaʼat ʻatsmot Zeʼev ṿe-Yoʻanah Z'aboṭinsḳi la-arets11ocn227275303book1961ANALYTIC ITERATIONThe explicit expression for coefficients of the power series expansion of F (s, z)t, where F (s, z) is the s-iterate of an analytic function F (z) = z + f2z squared + ... where s, in general, may be complex and t is any complex number, is given (Theorem I). This is preceded by the expose of previous results of the author in an appropriate form. The explicit expressions in Theorem I are applied to the computation of Grunsky's coefficients. Applications to problems of schlicht functions and iteration are indicated. (Author)11ocn086041353book19720.47Jabotinsky, VladimirʼIgrot Zeʼev Z'aboṭinsḳi : reshimah u-mafteaḥ. Kerekh A11ocn057324155rcrd20021.00ʻEri Z'aboṭinsḳi11ocn080251472rcrd19911.00Zabotinsḳi ʻEriBiography11ocn034931797book19611.00Jabotinsky, EriAnalytic iteration11ocn057323311rcrd20021.00ʻAliyah bilti legalit, shidurim ba-maḥteretHistory11ocn702154681mix19921.00S., EmanuelEmanuel S. Holocaust testimony (HVT-2171)Personal narrativesPersonal narratives JewishVideotape testimony of Emanuel S., who was born in Solotvina, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (presently Ukraine) in 1915, one of ten children. He recalls the observant Jewish community; his family's limited resources; attending cheder, Czech school and yeshiva, then high school in Prague in 1933; being joined by two brothers; attending engineering school in 1937; German occupation; antisemitic measures; working in a rural area; the outbreak of war; obtaining permission to emigrate to Palestine in October 1939 (his brothers had made arrangements through Betar); humiliations inflicted on Jews seeking passports; traveling with his brothers to Bratislava, then to Sulina; a ten-week detention; boarding a ship with over 2,000 Jews (including Eri Jabotinsky, Dov Gruner, and Shimon Shamir) in January 1940; interception by the British; incarceration on the ship in Haifa harbor; transfer to a prison camp in 'Atlit; release with his brothers; living in Rishon le-Tsiyon, then Netanyah; postwar reunion with one brother who survived Auschwitz; and participating in the Israel-Arab War. Mr. S. discusses the killing of his family in Europe; efforts to organize protests against indifference to the Holocaust; his brothers' imprisonments for Irgun activities; and his role in events surrounding the Altalena. He shows photographs11ocn057324174rcrd20021.00ʻAnat Gil11ocn702179385mix1.00Palestine Statehood Committee: "Concerning the campaigns for a Jewish Army; to save the Jewish people of Europe and the establishment of a Hebrew Republic in Palestine" papersThe papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications, advertisements, scrapbooks and clippings of five committees active in the United States from 1939-1949 whose goals included the creation of an independent Jewish army to fight the Axis powers, the rescue and repatriation of European Jews in Palestine, and the re-establishment of a Jewish nation in an independent Palestine. The groups were sympathetic to the Revisionist Zionist movement and the Irgun Zvai Leumi and included the American Friends of a Jewish Palestine, the Committee for an Army of Stateless and Palestinian Jews, the Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe, the American League for a Free Palestine, and the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation. Individuals involved in these committees include Peter H. Bergson, Eri Jabotinsky, Samuel Merlin and Arieh Ben Eliezer. Correspondents include religious leaders, politicians and others interested in the problem of the Jews and Palestine11ocn057323984rcrd20021.00Azkarah le-Eri Z'aboṭinsḳi01ocn122574327mixPalestine Statehood Committee : "Concerning the campaigns for a Jewish Army ; to save the Jewish people of Europe and the establishment of a Hebrew Republic in Palestine" papersThe papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications, advertisements, scrapbooks and clippings of five committees active in the United States from 1939-1949 whose goals included the creation of an independent Jewish army to fight the Axis powers, the rescue and repatriation of European Jews in Palestine, and the re-establishment of a Jewish nation in an independent Palestine. The groups were sympathetic to the Revisionist Zionist movement and the Irgun Zvai Leumi and included the American Friends of a Jewish Palestine, the Committee for an Army of Stateless and Palestinian Jews, the Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe, the American League for a Free Palestine, and the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation. Individuals involved in these committees include Peter H. Bergson, Eri Jabotinsky, Samuel Merlin and Arieh Ben Eliezer. Correspondents include religious leaders, politicians and others interested in the problem of the Jews and PalestineThu Oct 16 15:08:36 EDT 2014batch13687