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The Ransom of the Jews: The Story of Extraordinary Secret Bargain Between Romania and Israel - Radu Ioanid
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After 1948, the 370,000 surviving Jews of Romania became one of the main sources of immigration for the new state of Israel. With the exception of a period in the early 1950s, almost all Romanian Jews left their homeland in several waves to settle in Palestine and Israel. Behind Romania''s decision to allow its Jews to leave were practical economic and political reasons: Israel paid for them, and Romania wanted influence in the Middle East. The trade satisfied both states and is still considered a highly confidential matter. In The Ransom of the Jews, Radu Ioanid of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum traces the intriguing story of this secret exchange. Drawing upon restricted archival records and interviews with agents and others directly involved in the operation, he describes how Israel-not without second thoughts-traded cash, agricultural products, and sometimes political influence to ensure the emigration of Jews from Romania. The price was $2,000 to $3,300 per head, and also involved trade and loan considerations. This privileged relationship between the two countries allowed Israel after 1967 to maintain in Bucharest its only embassy in the East European Communist bloc. It also permitted Nicolae Ceausescu, the anti-Semitic Romanian president, to emerge as a mediator in the Middle East peace process, in which he hoped to use Israel to improve his own relations with the United States. In 1978, during the Jimmy Carter administration, Mr. Ioanid reveals, Washington learned of the sale of Romanian Jews to Israel but turned its eyes for reasons ostensibly related to its policies toward the Soviet Union. In all, some 235,000 Jews emigrated from Romania to Israel under the agreement, which ended with the fall of the Ceausescu regime. Radu Ioanid, Books, History, The Ransom of the Jews: The Story of Extraordinary Secret Bargain Between Romania and Israel Books>History, Ivan R. Dee

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After 1948, the 370,000 surviving Jews of Romania became one of the main sources of immigration for the new state of Israel. With the exception of a period in the early 1950s, almost all Romanian Jews left their homeland in several waves to settle in Palestine and Israel. Behind Romania's decision to allow its Jews to leave were practical economic and political reasons: Israel paid for them, and Romania wanted influence in the Middle East. The trade satisfied both states and is still considered a highly confidential matter. In The Ransom of the Jews, Radu Ioanid of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum traces the intriguing story of this secret exchange. Drawing upon restricted archival records and interviews with agents and others directly involved in the operation, he describes how Israel?not without second thoughts?traded cash, agricultural products, and sometimes political influence to ensure the emigration of Jews from Romania. The price was $2,000 to $3,300 per head, and also involved trade and loan considerations. This privileged relationship between the two countries allowed Israel after 1967 to maintain in Bucharest its only embassy in the East European Communist bloc. It also permitted Nicolae Ceausescu, the anti-Semitic Romanian president, to emerge as a mediator in the Middle East peace process, in which he hoped to use Israel to improve his own relations with the United States. In 1978, during the Jimmy Carter administration, Mr. Ioanid reveals, Washington le 20th century,eastern,europe,history,humanities,israel,jewish,middle east,modern (16th-21st centuries),palestine Humanities, Ivan R. Dee

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After 1948, the 370,000 Jews of Romania who survived the Holocaust became one of the main sources of immigration for the new state of Israel. Almost all of them left their homeland to settle in Palestine and Israel. Behind Romania's decision to allow its Jews to leave were practical economic and political reasons: Israel paid for them, and Romania wanted influence in the Middle East. The trade satisfied both states and has remained a highly confidential matter - until now.In The Ransom of the Jews, Radu Ioanid traces the extraordinary story of this secret exchange. Drawing upon restricted archival records and interviews with agents and others directly involved in the operation, he describes how Israel - not without second thoughts - traded cash, agricultural products, and sometimes political influence to bring Jews out of Romania. This privileged relationship between the two countries allowed Israel after 1967 to maintain in Bucharest its only embassy in the East European Communist bloc. It also permitted Nicolae Ceausescu, the anti-Semitic Romanian president, to emerge as a mediator in the Middle East peace process, in which he hoped to use Israel to improve his own relations with the United States. Books

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The Story of Extraordinary Secret Bargain Between Romania and Israel After 1948, the 370,000 surviving Jews of Romania became one of the main sources of immigration for the new state of Israel. Behind Romania's decision to allow its Jews to leave were practical economic and political reasons: Israel paid for them, and Romania wanted influence in the Middle East. The trade satisfied both states and is still considered a highly confidential matter. In The Ransom of the Jews, Radu Ioanid of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum traces the intriguing story of this secret exchange. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-56663-562-2, Ivan R Dee Inc

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The Ransom of the Jews: The Story of Extraordinary Secret Bargain Between Romania and Israel
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Ioanid, Radu

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The Ransom of the Jews: The Story of Extraordinary Secret Bargain Between Romania and Israel

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Radu Ioanid of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum traces the intriguing story of the secret exchange of Jews from Romania to Israel. He describes how Israel-not without second thoughts-traded cash, agricultural products, and sometimes political influence to ensure the emigration of the Jews.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781566635622
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1566635624
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Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: IVAN R DEE INC
244 Pages
Poids: 0,413 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1566635624

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