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Vladimir (Zeev) Jabotinsky and His Recently Discovered Works:

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The life and activity of Vladimir (Zeev) Jabotinsky have been the object of study throughout the more than 70 years which have passed since his death. Jabotinsky's biography still contains a vast number of blanks waiting to be filled. This chapter aims at bridging these substantial gaps. It presents examples which reconstruct Jabotinsky's journalistic activity, and restores both his bibliography and biography, following a chronological order. The chapter attempts to provide an essential commentary to his memoirs, and decodes the background to his memoirs and prose. It also discusses Jabotinsky's biography based on the foundation of his published texts and not on the myths that even his closest acquaintances have been prone to constructing. Jabotinsky remained a Russian Zionist, writer and journalist regardless of the languages he used or the countries he visited. This can be proved by a close reading of his articles, for example those written in Italian.

Keywords:Jabotinsky's biography; Russian Zionist; Vladimir (Zeev) Jabotinsky



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