5 edition of Jerusalem In The Twentieth Century found in the catalog.
Written in English
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The author documents how even at the beginning of the twentieth century Jews, including children were attacked in the streets by Moslem and Christian Arabs and, as recounted by a Christian visitor to Jerusalem ina Mrs Freer, "Jewish children, girls especially have to be protected mainly from the other children, Christian and Moslem.
Cited by: "The twentieth century has often been a bloody one for Jerusalem. But it has also been a century of creativity and satisfaction, exuberant life, determination, civic achievement, and perpetual hope." —from Jerusalem in the Twentieth CenturyJerusalem today is a vibrant, flourishing city, the capital of an independent nation, and the vital center of worship for three world religions.
Jerusalem in the Twentieth Century book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One of the world's greatest historians, Gilbert k /5(3). Jerusalem: the ancient City on a Hill, a place central to three major religions, a transcendent fantasy that ignites religious fervor unlike anywhere else on earth.
James Carroll’s urgent, masterly Jerusalem, Jerusalem uncovers the history of the city and explores how it came to define culture in both the Middle East and America/5(55). “When the Twentieth Century opened Jerusalem was a small provincial town of the Ottoman Empire, one of the towns furthest from the imperial capital, Constantinople.
It had a population of o, of whom the majority, 45, were Jews, were Arabs. As the Twentieth Century draws to a. Get this from a library. Jerusalem in the twentieth century.
[Martin Gilbert] -- "When the twentieth century opened, Jerusalem was an outpost of the Ottoman Empire, a provincial town ruled from Constantinople.
As the century closes it is a major city, the capital of an.