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My Struggle for Peace, Vol. 1 (1953-1954) : The Diary of Moshe Sharett, 1953-1956
by Neil Caplan and Yaakov Sharett




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My Struggle for Peace is a remarkable political document offering insights into the complex workings of the young Israeli political system, set against the backdrop of the disintegration of the country's fragile armistice with the Arab states. Replete with the diarist's candid comments on Israel's first generation leaders and world statesmen of the day, the diary also tells the dramatic human story of a political career cut short--the removal of an unusually sensitive, dedicated, and talented public servant. My Struggle for Peace is, above all, an intimate record of the decline of Moshe Sharett's moderate approach and the rise of more "activist-militant" trends in Israeli society, culminating in the Suez/Sinai war of 1956. The diary challenges the popular narrative that Israel's confrontation with its neighbors was unavoidable by offering daily evidence of Sharett's statesmanship, moderation, diplomacy, and concern for Israel's place in international affairs.


This is the first volume in the long-awaited 3-volume English abridgement of Sharett's Yoman Ishi Personal diary] (Ma'ariv, 1978) maintains the integrity, flavor, and impact of the 8-volume Hebrew original and includes additional documentary material that was not accessible at the time. The volumes are also available to purchase as a set or individually.


3-volume set (1953-1956): https: //iupress.org/97802530432521


Volume 1 (1953-1954): https: //iupress.org/9780253037350


Volume 2 (1955): https: //iupress.org/9780253037589


Volume 3 (1956): https: //iupress.org/9780253037626

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Overview

My Struggle for Peace is a remarkable political document offering insights into the complex workings of the young Israeli political system, set against the backdrop of the disintegration of the country's fragile armistice with the Arab states. Replete with the diarist's candid comments on Israel's first generation leaders and world statesmen of the day, the diary also tells the dramatic human story of a political career cut short--the removal of an unusually sensitive, dedicated, and talented public servant. My Struggle for Peace is, above all, an intimate record of the decline of Moshe Sharett's moderate approach and the rise of more "activist-militant" trends in Israeli society, culminating in the Suez/Sinai war of 1956. The diary challenges the popular narrative that Israel's confrontation with its neighbors was unavoidable by offering daily evidence of Sharett's statesmanship, moderation, diplomacy, and concern for Israel's place in international affairs.


This is the first volume in the long-awaited 3-volume English abridgement of Sharett's Yoman Ishi Personal diary] (Ma'ariv, 1978) maintains the integrity, flavor, and impact of the 8-volume Hebrew original and includes additional documentary material that was not accessible at the time. The volumes are also available to purchase as a set or individually.


3-volume set (1953-1956): https: //iupress.org/97802530432521


Volume 1 (1953-1954): https: //iupress.org/9780253037350


Volume 2 (1955): https: //iupress.org/9780253037589


Volume 3 (1956): https: //iupress.org/9780253037626



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  • ISBN-13: 9780253037350
  • ISBN-10: 0253037352
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press
  • Publish Date: March 2019
  • Page Count: 1592
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 1.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.11 pounds

Series: Perspectives on Israel Studies #1

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