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The Seventh day: soldiers" talk about the Six-Day War.
Originally published as Śiaḥ loḥamim, 1967.
|Statement||Recorded and edited by a group of young kibbutz members. Principal editor: Avraham Shapira.|
|Contributions||Shapira, Avraham, 1935- ed.|
|LC Classifications||DS127.7 .S513 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||77134020|
It is still with us today," remarked Israeli journalist Tom Segev in a talk this week about his book just published in English, Israel, The War, and the Year that Transformed the Middle East. The Six Day War, also called the War, Third Arab Israeli War or an-Naksah (The Setback) is well documented. This site explores the events that led up to the conflict, and discusses the aftermath. A comprehensive resource for teachers, students and journalists, with a large section of personal recollection - bringing history to life!
Eventually the book was translated into a half-dozen languages, most notably in an abridged English version under the title The Seventh Day: Soldiers’ Talk About the Six-Day War. The dialogues even provided fodder for a play performed in New York. This report has been generated because of a request at Talk:Six-Day covers the archives that match Talk:Six-Day War/Archive Report generated at , 8 February (UTC) by HBCAI.
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Shortly following the end of the Israeli-Arab "Six Day War" of Juneseveral dozen Israeli soldiers who grew up in kibbutzims were interviewed in several discussion groups to discuss their views about their war experiences, the meaning of the war and its outcome, how Cited by: "The Seventh Day: Soldiers' Talk about the Six-Day War", ed.
by Avraham Shapira, in English; ( in Hebrew w/ 70,+ printed); pages. Shortly following the end of the Israeli-Arab "Six Day War" of Juneseveral dozen Israeli soldiers who grew up in kibbutzims were interviewed in several discussion groups to discuss their views 5/5(8).
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Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Seventh day: soldiers' talk about the Six-Day Wa () by Avraham Shapira/5(17). A runaway best seller in Israel, The Seventh Day is a transcript of interviews with ""the younger generation of the kibbutz"" who fought in the Six Day War.
Compiled and edited by a group of their peers, the interviews really dialogues were an attempt to probe the ""revolution in sensibility"" experienced by young lsraelis under fire. The results are introspective, thoughtful. Share your thoughts on The Seventh Day: Soldiers' Talk about the Six-Day War.
Write a review Reflections on a victorious war, what it was like and what the Israeli citizen-soldiers hope the fut. The Seventh Day: Soldiers' Talk about the Six-Day War by SHAPIRA, Avraham (Principle Editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Get this from a library.
The seventh day: soldiers' talk about the Six-Day War. [Avraham Shapira;]. Genre/Form: Personal narratives: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Śiaḥ loḥamim. English.
Seventh day: soldiers' talk about the Six-Day War. Shapira published the remaining 30 percent in his book “The Seventh Day: Soldiers’ Talk about the Six-Day War.” Now, thanks to the efforts of director Mor Loushy, who convinced Shapira to give her access to the tapes, all of the soldiers’ stories can be heard.
The Six Day War generated two books that can be added to the pantheon of literary works that have shaped Israeli identity: Soldiers' Talk (Si'ah lohamim) and Shabtai Teveth's The Tanks of Tammuz (Hasufim ba-tzariah).Over the years these books came to symbolize key paradigms in the public discourse – the former representing the figure of the anguished soldier who “shoots and weeps,” and Cited by: 5.
Long suppressed, ‘Censored Voices’ speaks out on Six Day War Shapira published the remaining 30 percent in his book “The Seventh Day: Soldiers’ Talk about the Six-Day War.”. Seventh Day, The. Soldiers' Talk About the Six-Day War: Ed by Avraham Shapira An excerpt from a journal I kept during and after the Six‐Day.
In latea book of such expression appeared in Israel. Soldiers’ Talk – later retitled The Seventh Day: Soldiers’ Talk about the Six-Day War – caused quite a : PHILIP GOLD. This fear, however, begat comradeship; in that sense the Six-Day War can be said to have made Zionism even more real for many of the interviewees.
There was this broader sense that the war was about the defense of the Jewish people, but in the midst of battle soldiers were most acutely aware of their friends, family and communities: the very. The Seventh day: soldiers' talk about the Six-Day War.
Harmondsworth, Baltimore: Penguin. MLA Citation. Shapira, Avraham. The Seventh day: soldiers' talk about the Six-Day War, recorded and edited by a group of young kibbutz members; [edited by Avraham Shapira; translated from the Hebrew and edited by Henry Near] Penguin Harmondsworth.
Inthe collection was published in English as “The Seventh Day: Soldiers Talk About the Six Day War,” and it set the tone for much of what would be written about the war for at least the Author: Gal Beckerman. An enthralling, big-picture history that examines the Six-Day War, its causes, and its enduring consequences against its global context One fateful week in June redrew the map of the Middle East.
Many scholars have documented how the Six-Day War unfolded, but little has been done to explain why the conflict happened at all. It's an allegation of a war crime committed in the Six-Day War. Connecting it to the Liberty Attack is mere speculation, but its connection to the Six-Day War is direct.
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It enables non-Israelis to see a little of what the state of Israel was up against.5/5(7).