Ya'acov Liberman, an accomplished author and activist, was born in 1923 in Harbin, China. It was there that he adopted Jabotinsky's Zionist-Revisionist philosophy. He was the leader of the Betar Youth Movement, chairman of Israel's Herut Party's organizational department, and responsible for the first wave of Jewish immigrants sent to Israel from Shanghai. Today he lives with his family in San Diego, CA.
Chapter 1 Dedication Part 2 Part I. The Cain and Abel of Zionism Chapter 3 1. By the Way of Introduction Chapter 4 2. The Arlozoroff Case Chapter 5 3. The Evacuation Fiasco Chapter 6 4. American Jewry During the Holocaust Chapter 7 5. Divided They Stood Chapter 8 6. Season of Treason Chapter 9 7. The Tragic Road to Victory Chapter 10 8. "Altalena" Part 11 Part II. Political Upheaval in Zionism Chapter 12 9. Twenty Years of Tears and Errors Chapter 13 10. Blood and Tears-Victories and "Earthquake" Chapter 14 11. Siding with the Enemy in Peace and in War Chapter 15 12. Competing for Peace Chapter 16 13. Zionism on Brink of Disaster Chapter 17 14. The Dangers of Today Chapter 18 15. Beware of Tomorrow Chapter 19 Index Chapter 20 About the Author