The Jewish Story Season 3, Ep13: Israel among the nations part I The Lavon Affair 1954

Posted by Mike Feuer on April 27, 2020
Topics: The Jewish Story

The 1950’s were a formative time in Israeli history. The Cold War was getting hot, internal politics were volatile, and then it seemed as if the War of Independence had not quite ended. To Israel’s leaders, there was nothing more important than maintaining a strong posture, even though this may have meant that they were marching steadily toward another war.

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