The Rabin File: An Unauthorized Expośe

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Gefen Publishing House, 1999 - History - 472 pages
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Even so, most readers until today view the late Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister and the Chief-of-Staff during the Six Day War of 1967 as a wise and courageous leader. In his book, The Rabin File - How The Myth Swelled, Dr. Milstein reveals, for the first time, Rabin's controversial security biography.Presenting a thorough understanding of Rabin, Dr. Milstein enlightens the reader to the complex political culture of the State of Israel. This riveting and thought-provoking book will explain how little children were able to chase the mighty IDF from the Gaza Strip; how the Hizballah defeated the IDF in Southern Lebanon; and how Israel turned from a strategic ally of the United States to an American economic burden.Show more Show less

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Contents

List of Battle Sketches and Abbreviations
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Section One An Invitation To Skepticism
21
Section Two Genealogy of the Glorious Generalissimo
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Milstein is Guest Professor at the Eilat College Department of General Studies, Israel.

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