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Joseph's Dream

Elana Beth Schwab

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ISBN 10: 1505823692 / ISBN 13: 9781505823691
Published by createspace, 2015
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Joseph's Dream

Publisher: createspace

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1.

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Selected by the editors of Tiberias Press as the Best Debut Novel of 2015, Joseph’s Dream is the true story of Captain Joseph Trumpeldor, the wounded veteran who taught a new nation how to fight.


What readers said about Joseph's Dream:

   "Walking in memory of the years Zion fought for the Jewish homeland brings tears to my eyes. The courage and passion which cost the life blood of so many staggers the imagination. I can only offer silent admiration for people determined to establish a nation on property deeded to them by proclamation of God to their forefathers. I highly recommend it to anyone who has a heart for Israel."       "Mesmerizing page turner"     "I found it hard to put down"  

Tormented by memories of dead friends, and the pain of his amputated arm, Captain Joseph Trumpeldor retires from the Russian army to settle in the Holy Land. The year is 1914. The place is Deganya, a little farm on the Sea of Galilee. Everything seems peaceful, until the Ottoman Empire declares war on Russia, and the ruthless Jemal Pasha, governor of the Palestine province, orders local Arabs to round up any Jews, force them into boats, and expel them from the country.

Deported from his home and separated from his girlfriend, Joseph meets Odessa News reporter Vladimir Jabotinsky in a refugee camp in British Egypt. Together, they successfully lobby the British army to recruit a battalion of Jewish soldiers for service on the Turkish front. For Captain Trumpeldor and his men, the only way home is forward, past the Turkish battle lines.

Joseph’s Dream is to fight for an independent Jewish Nation.

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