Freedom Roads: Searching for the Underground Railroad

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THE younger generation abhorred the artificiality and emptiness of the plays presented at the Théâtre Français; and they were bitter in denouncing the absurdity of the rules. Usually caused by imprudence in the diet. Hadassah, the women’s Zionist organization, followed in 1912. Sometimes these territories were added by diplomacy, sometimes by brute force. In desperation, supporters of the queen began to collect weapons and to make secret plans to overthrow the republic and restore the monarchy.

Pages: 166

Publisher: Cricket Books/Marcato; 1 edition (March 12, 2003)

ISBN: 0812626737

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