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by Harold Livingston


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Home Browse Books Book details, Destination Israel: How a Handful of Rag-Tag. Destination Israel: How a Handful of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation. By Harold Livingston. Impossible to ensure Israeli independence. Previously published as No Trophy, No Sword, this is the story of an eclectic group of World War II aviators who came to the aid of the infant nation of Israel. Their secret smuggling of arms and aircraft was crucial to the success of Israel's war for independence.

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The airfield near Žatec had been put at disposal of the Haganah by a new Czechoslovak foreign minister . Livingston, Harold (1994). Destination: Israel - how a handful of rag-tag flyers helped to save a newborn nation.

The airfield near Žatec had been put at disposal of the Haganah by a new Czechoslovak foreign minister Vladimír Clementis (a prominent Slovak member of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia) and was under the command of Yehuda Ben Chorin.

Harold Livingston Destination: Israel: How a Handful of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation. ISBN 13: 9780803894211. Destination: Israel: How a Handful of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation.

by Harold Livingston. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780803894211.

How a Handful of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation. Published April 25, 1998 by Hastings House.

DESTINATION ISRAEL How a Bunch of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation Harold Livingston Harold . Harold Livingston's memoir, adventure story covers a critically important phase in the creation of Israel's history.

DESTINATION ISRAEL How a Bunch of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation Harold Livingston Harold Livingston was one of an eclectic group of former WWII aviators, mainly Jews, who in 1948 volunteered to fly arms and fighter planes.

In 1948 a group of ragtag aerial warriors from the four corners of the earth helped save the newborn state of Israel from the armed . It's the story of how a handful of volunteers, mostly World War II veterans, came together to fly for Israel in its war for independence in 1948

In 1948 a group of ragtag aerial warriors from the four corners of the earth helped save the newborn state of Israel from the armed forces of five Arab states―a David facing Goliath. Improbably, Israel won the war in a miraculous military victory. Books like Angels in the Sky come along once in a generation. It's the story of how a handful of volunteers, mostly World War II veterans, came together to fly for Israel in its war for independence in 1948. Many of them were Jews, others were not.

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This memoir/adventure story covers a critically important phase in the creation of Israel's history.
Cha
This is a reprint of the original "No Trophy No Sword". The contents are as excellent as the original,. The title change leads you to believe that it is a different book. -- it is not. The original hardback volume is easier to read with larger type setting.
Mazuzahn
If you want a book about flying fighters for Israel, this ain't it (despite the cover picture). If you want a book about flying cargo into Israel (an Me-109 crammed into a C-46, for instance), and about shady methods used to get around international rules in order to fly cargo to Israel, then you want this one.
Also a personal story about the author beginning to get the big picture of life, rather than the small, selfish picture he had.
Mataxe
An excellent account of brave men and women of a previous era - the stuff few if any young people are willing to do anymore, for their own lives/countries or others... enviable opportunities these people had to really risk all for a belief in something that was more than personal material gain... Regardless of your views on Israel, very worthwhile, easy, exciting reading. Great stuff Harold, and all those others!
Destination: Israel: How a Handful of Rag-Tag Flyers Helped to Save a Newborn Nation ebook
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Harold Livingston
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