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Israel a nation is born

[Part 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine. [Part 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the siege and fall of Jerusalem and the initial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s. [Part 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trial of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Part 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failure of post-war attempts to achieve peace. [Part 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference.

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  • "culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trail of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Part 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failrue of post-war attemptys to achieve peace. [Part 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord,"
  • "This six part program relates the story of the development of the Isreali nation."
  • "[Pt. 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine -- [pt. 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the seige and fall of Jerusalem and the in9itial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s -- [pt. 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation."
  • "Parts 1-5."
  • "leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference."
  • ""Five-part video series presented by former Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban. It chronicles his recollections of, and his part in, the creation of the State of Israel. The series tells the story of the events leading to the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948; the subsequent conflicts, including the 1967 Six Day War and the 1973 Yom Kippur War, the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty; and the events of the last decade""
  • "[Part 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine. [Part 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the siege and fall of Jerusalem and the initial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s. [Part 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trial of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Part 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failure of post-war attempts to achieve peace. [Part 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference."@en
  • "[Part 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine. [Part 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the siege and fall of Jerusalem and the initial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s. [Part 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trial of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Part 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failure of post-war attempts to achieve peace. [Part 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference. [Part 6] Updates the series, Eban reports on the secret negotiations that led to the Oslo Accords and explores the future of the peace process."@en
  • "[Part 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine. [Part 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the seige and fall of Jerusalem and the initial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s. [Part 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trial of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Part 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failure of post-war attempts to achieve peace. [Part 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference."@en
  • "[Program 1] Portrays the rise of Zionism and President Truman's support for a Jewish state and describes the Jewish struggle for independence in Palestine. [Program 2] Opens with the proclamation of Israeli statehood on May 14, 1948 and the subsequent war with the Arabs, the seige and fall of Jerusalem and the initial peace process. Also describes Jewish immigration to Israel and developments in the early 1950s. [Program 3] Explains the end of Israeli isolation culminating in the Sinai Campaign of 1956. Also covers the kidnapping and trial of Adolf Eichmann, Nasser's plots against Israel, and Richard Nixon's insights on events of the period. [Program 4] Starts with events surrounding the Six Day War of 1967 and describes Eban's work as Foreign Minister, the passage of UN resolution 242, and the failure of post-war attempts to achieve peace. [Program 5] Opens with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Camp David Accord leading to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Eban describes his personal communications with Arab leaders and outlines the beginning of a new peace process after the Madrid Conference. [Program 6] On the brink of peace."

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  • "Israel a nation is born"@en
  • "Israel a nation is born"
  • "Israel: A Nation is Born"
  • "Israel: a nation is born"@en
  • "Israël a nation is born"