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Massacres - Pictorial work
Search the library Library Catalog to find books on Palestine massacres and forced migration, Arab Israeli War (1948-1949) destruction and pillage, etc.
Israel and the Palestinian refugees by
Publication Date: 2007
This book offers diverse perspectives on the Palestinian refugee problem and the possible ways to facilitate its resolution. Its main goal is to initiate an informed dialogue that will bridge the "knowledge gap" between the different camps.
A survey of Palestine
Publication Date: Jerusalem : Printed by Government Printer, 
A survey of Palestine was prepared in December 1945 and January 1946 for the information of the Anglo-American committee of inquiry
Palestine 1948, l'expulsion by
Publication Date: 1984
The story of the expulsion of Palestinians in 1948, told by the Palestinian historian Elias Sanbar
The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by
Publication Date: 2006
The book offers an investigation on the creation of the State of Israel, the end of the war led to one of the largest forced migrations in modern history. Around a million people were expelled from their homes at gunpoint, civilians were massacred, and hundreds of Palestinian villages deliberately destroyed of this mystery.
The Palestinian exodus from Galilee, 1948 / by Nafez Nazzal by
Publication Date: 1978
The study is based on 111 interviews with Palestinian refugees conducted in Lebanon and Syria. It provides evidence that the foundation of the state of Israel was accompanied by the expulsion of the Palestinian Arab from their homes and property.
Remembering Deir Yassin by
Publication Date: 1998
Remembering Deir Yassin brings together Palestinians & Israelis, Jews, Muslims & Christians, Jewish theologians & Palestinian priests, to reflect on the fifty year legacy of Deir Yassin.