The saga of Nathan : from Poland through Europe to Palestine 1945 / Edgar Miskin.
"The saga of Nathan is the continuation of Nathan and the Lions of Lodz, about a group of teenagers who live in the forest of Las Lagienwnicki and fight the German war effort. This novel contains two exciting installments of Nathan Kochinski's adventures as they continue after World War II. In 'An odyssey to liberation,' many couples from the Lions of Lodz travel to Palestine after the war ends. Their courageous trip is no less than thrilling as they travel across Europe from Poland by land, water, and air to reach Palestine despite British efforts to inhibit them. The struggle for freedom does not end once arriving there. After settling in a kibbutz, the couples continue to fight as they join the underground army, the Haganah, to defend against Arab attacks. In 'An epitome of leadership,' Nathan Kochinski's skills as a leader continue to shine. After traveling to Palestine and joining the Haganah, Nathan is promoted to the rank of captain. While proving himself to be a great leader, he sees the lack of communication and organization between other settlements near his kibbutz and proposes his company as the mobile reserve of the area. Nathan becomes known as a soldier of great talent, and is soon appointed as the liaison officer to David Ben Gurion, the director of the Jewish Agency for Security Policy. Nathan's adventures as he fights for Jews in Palestine continue throughout the establishment of the State of Israel"--Back cover.
- New York : Devora Publishing, 
- First edition
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