Woman of Violence: Memoirs of a Young Terrorist, 1943-1948

By: Cohen, Geula

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B0000CN9TK 275 pages. Footnotes. "Geula Cohen was a ranking member of the notorious Stern Gang in its fight against the British for a free Palestine (Israel). Her memoirs explode with the ferocious intensity of her terrorist faith, her inflexible idealism. An open and intimate portrait of a woman, and the conditions that drove her underground to embrace a philosophy of violence and terror." - dust jacket. "I have no doubt that [this book] will be a proud memorial to the daring fighters who offered their lives for the cause of Jewish redemption. It also attests to the supreme nobility of the soul of its writer." - David Ben-Gurion. Book clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Moderate lean to spine. Soiling to back panel of dust jacket which is otherwise moderately worn and now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy.

Title: Woman of Violence: Memoirs of a Young Terrorist, 1943-1948

Author Name: Cohen, Geula

Categories: Judaica, History, Biography,

Edition: First English Edition

Publisher: New York, Hart-Davis: 1966

ISBN Number: B0000CN9TK

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 463H3834

Keywords: Geula Cohen, Biography, Stern Gang, Zionism, Founding of Israel, Terrorism, Palestine , Radio broadcasts, Eliyauus Hakim, Beit Zuri, Moshe Barazani, Meir Feinstein,