Vladimir Jabotinsky's Russian years, 1900-1925

"In the early 20th century, with Russia full of intense social strife and political struggle, Vladimir Yevgenyevich (Ze'ev) Jabotinsky (1880-1940) was a Revisionist Zionist leader and Jewish Public intellectual. Although previously glossed over, these years are crucial to Jabotinsky's...

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Main Author: Horowitz, Brian 1961- (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Bloomington Indiana University Press [2020]
In:Year: 2020
Reviews:[Rezension von: Horowitz, Brian, 1961-, Vladimir Jabotinsky's Russian years, 1900-1925] (2022) (Schedrin, Vassili)
Series/Journal:Jews in Eastern Europe
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Zʹaboṭinsḳi, Zeʾev 1880-1940 / Russia / History 1900-1925
Further subjects:B Jews (Soviet Union) Intellectual life
B Jabotinsky, Vladimir (1880-1940)
B Jewish authors (Russia) Biography
B Russia Politics and government 1894-1917
B Revisionist Zionists (Russia) Biography
B Zionism (Soviet Union) History
B Soviet Union Politics and government 1917-1936
B Zionism (Russia) History
B Jews (Russia) Intellectual life 20th century
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Summary:"In the early 20th century, with Russia full of intense social strife and political struggle, Vladimir Yevgenyevich (Ze'ev) Jabotinsky (1880-1940) was a Revisionist Zionist leader and Jewish Public intellectual. Although previously glossed over, these years are crucial to Jabotinsky's development as a thinker, politician, and Zionist. Brian Horowitz focuses on Jabotinsky's commitments Zionism and Palestine as he embraced radicalism and fought against antisemitism and the suffering brought upon Jews through pogroms, poverty, and victimization. Horowitz also defends Jabotinsky against accusations that he was too ambitious, a fascist, and a militarist. As Horowitz delves into the years that shaped Jabotinsky's social, political, and cultural orientation, an intriguing psychological portrait emerges."--
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0253047676