Erscheinungsdatum: 12.01.2018, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Über uns, Originaltitel: Shalosh komot, Autor: Nevo, Eshkol, Übersetzung: Lemke, Markus, Verlag: dtv Verlagsgesellschaft, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Israel // Roman // Erzählung // Israelische Belletristik // 2010 bis 2019 n. Chr // Belletristik in Übersetzung, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, Seiten: 320, Gattung: Roman, Gewicht: 465 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 19.02.2016, Einband: Paperback, Titelzusatz: Roman, dtv premium, Originaltitel: The Lost Solos, Autor: Nevo, Eshkol, Übersetzer: Anne Birkenhauer, Verlag: dtv Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Beziehungsroman // Israel // Liebesgeschichte // Mikwe // rituelles Tauchbad, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 300 S., Seiten: 300, Format: 2.5 x 21 x 13.5 cm, Gewicht: 370 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.06.2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Wir haben noch das ganze Leben, Originaltitel: Mashala echat yamina, Autor: Nevo, Eshkol, Übersetzung: Lemke, Markus, Verlag: dtv Verlagsgesellschaft, Sprache: Deutsch, Originalsprache: Hebräisch, Schlagworte: Israel // Roman // Erzählung // Neunziger Jahre // 1990 bis 1999 n. Chr // 2000 bis 2009 n. Chr // Belletristik in Übersetzung, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, Seiten: 448, Gattung: Roman, Reihe: dtv (Nr. 14067), Gewicht: 362 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yitzhak Rabin (help·info) (1 March 1922 4 November 1995) was an Israeli politician and general. He was the fifth Prime Minister of Israel, serving two terms in office, 1974 1977 and 1992 until his assassination in 1995. In 1994, Rabin won the Nobel Peace Prize together with Shimon Peres and Yasser Arafat. He was assassinated by right-wing Israeli radical Yigal Amir, who was opposed to Rabin's signing of the Oslo Accords. Rabin was the first native-born prime minister of Israel, the only prime minister to be assassinated and the second to die in office after Levi Eshkol.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yehuda Avner (born 1928) is an Israeli former diplomat who served as ambassador to Australia and the United Kingdom. Born in Manchester, United Kingdom, in 1928, Avner first reached British Mandatory Palestine in 1947. He fought in the Siege of Jerusalem during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, and was amongst the founders of Kibbutz Lavi in 1949. He moved to Jerusalem in 1956 and joined the Israeli Foreign Service in 1958. During his lengthy diplomatic career, Avner served as Consul in New York City, and Counselor at the Washington D.C. Embassy. In 1983, he was appointed Ambassador to the UK and Non-resident Ambassador to the Republic of Ireland. He returned to Israel in 1988, before serving as Ambassador to Australia between 1992 and 1995. Between overseas postings, Avner served as Speechwriter and Secretary to Prime Ministers Levi Eshkol and Golda Meir, and Advisor to Prime Ministers Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, and Shimon Peres.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ya''akov Arnon (1913-1995) was a Dutch-born Israeli economist and government official in the 1960s who later became active in the Israeli peace movement. Born Jaap van Amerongen in Amsterdam, The Netherlands to a well off family of Dutch Jewish diamond dealers, Arnon survived World War II by concealing his Jewish identity. After the World War II he led the Zionist Federation of the Netherlands until 1948 when he emigrated to Israel after the war, changed his name and joined the Ministry of Finance under Levi Eshkol to become the new ministry''s director-general. In 1965, he initiated policies that led to a serious recession in Israel. He subsequently served as Chairman of the Board of the Israeli Electricity Company.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Highway 10 is an expressway in the South District of Israel. It is one of the longest roads in Israel, extending for nearly the entire border of Israel with Egypt from the Gaza Strip in the north to Sayarim junction in the south. The route begins in the north with the communities of Hevel Eshkol in the west, nearest to the Sinai Desert. The northern terminus is the intersection with Route 232 near Kerem Shalom. From there it continues south adjacent to the border with Egypt. It passes by Nitzana and the Nitzana border crossing. Highway 10 intersects with Route 211, which leads east toward Yeruham and Sde Boker. Farther south, Highway 10 intersects with Route 171, which leads east toward Mizpe Ramon. The route continues south until Sayarim junction, where it meets Highway 12 in the mountains near Eilat. Highway 12 continues south to Eilat.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1956-1975 contains a collection of articles that examine select issues between the end of the Suez Campaign in November 1956 and the Sinai II, or Interim Agreement, signed by Israel and Egypt in September 1975. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the struggle between the three superpowers - the UK, the United States and the Soviet Union - and the effects this had on the region. It also explores the circumstances that led to the Six Day War in June 1967, such as the use of air power and the Israeli retaliatory raids. Two chapters look at the two leaders during the war: Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, leader of the Arab world - a charismatic and dominant persona - and Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, considered weak and inconspicuous. Three chapters focus on the period between the two wars - June 1967 and October 1973 - and one explores the aftermath. Emphasis is placed on Israeli policy between 1967 and 1973, which primarily focused on the use of military power and foreign policy inaction. It is argued that it was this policy that hindered all progress in the peace process, and ultimately led, among other factors, to the Yom Kippur War. The final chapter is on Kissinger and the road to the Sinai II Agreement. It discusses the huge shift in American policy - from avoiding a significant role in the prevention of an imminent war during May and June of 1967, to deep involvement in every detail of the dispute during and following the Yom Kippur War. Providing an in-depth examination of this important period of the Arab-Israeli conflict, this book will appeal to students and scholars of Middle Eastern History and Politics, Conflict Studies and International Relations.
Dori's father has gone travelling in South America and, suffering from some kind of breakdown, following the death of his wife, he goes missing. Dori sets out to find him, leaving his wife and young son at home in Israel. Inbar is escaping from her life - from the grief that she can't shake after her brother's death, from the boyfriend she doesn't love - and impulsively sets out for South America. While she's there she meets a man who is searching for his father... In his most ambitious novel to date, Eshkol Nevo weaves a beautiful love story with two tales: the story of the wandering Jews who came to their Promised Land in the wake of the Second World War, embodied by Inbar's grandmother Lily's narrative of her sea journey over from Poland, and the story of a new generation of wandering Israelis who leave again to go backpacking, perhaps hoping that the distance will allow them to see their homeland more clearly. Neuland is a romantic adventure, a search for a father that leads to love, and a quest for an understanding of identity and for second chances. Is it ever possible to start again? Nevo has produced a daring, epic novel that asks profound questions, but the truth and warmth of his writing make it all-consuming and irresistibly loveable.