Whither Palestine? A statement of facts and of causes of the Arab-Jewish conflict in the Holy land. by Arab National League of America.

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  • Jews -- Palestine.,
  • Jews -- Restoration.

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Bibliography: p. 43-48.

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LC ClassificationsDS126 .A65
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Pagination48 p.
Number of Pages48
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LC Control Number40009584
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