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Author Wallance, Gregory, author.

Title The woman who fought an empire : Sarah Aaronsohn and her Nili spy ring / Gregory J. Wallance.

Publication Info. Lincoln : Potomac Books, An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, 2018.

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Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I will be really happy when I am home -- Two cannot take three places : what is missing is missing -- Don't you feel that a new generation is born? -- What sights her eyes have seen -- They must attack immediately -- The wait -- Aaron aaronsohn's journey -- One of your men came across the desert -- What about Avshalom? -- Black nights -- What I have done, I have done purely for my people and my country -- To Sarah -- We are watched by a thousand eyes -- Everywhere I turn I feel his absence -- The situation is getting worse -- She is worth a hundred men -- The boys will turn into green crowned date palms.
Summary "The Woman Who Fought an Empire" tells the improbable odyssey of a spirited young woman--the daughter of Romanian-born Jewish settlers in Palestine--and her journey from unhappy housewife to daring leader of a notorious Middle East spy ring.
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Subject Aaronsohn, Sarah.
NILI (Organization : Palestine)
NILI (Organization : Palestine)
World War (1914-1918)
Spies -- Palestine -- Biography.
Zionists -- Palestine -- Biography.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Secret service -- Great Britain.
Espionage, British -- Palestine.
Chronological Term 1914-1918
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Wallance, Gregory. Woman who fought an empire. Lincoln : Potomac Books, An imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, 2018 9781612349435 (DLC) 2017034902 (OCoLC)995805958
ISBN 9781640120068 (electronic bk.)
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