|Author||William Denison McCrackan|
|Publication Date||July 19, 2012|
Few countries have been so often invaded and subjugated as Palestine since the days, recorded in the Tel el A marna tablets, before the children of Israel entered Canaan to disturb the Amorites and do battle with the Philistines, A ssyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Macedonians, Egyptians, Eomans, Saracens, Crusaders, Turks have come and conquered and ruled and vanished away. A mong all these conquests, there has been none in which such a promise of hope for the future could be descried as in that of 1918, when the British Expeditionary Force under General Allenby brought to an end the brutal and oppressive rule of the irreclaimable Turk, who had misgoverned the unhappy country for four centuries. The circumstances of that liberation, and the condition of Palestine when it took place, will always have interest for generations to come, and this book of Mr. Mc Crackan ssupplies a simple and lively picture of the facts.
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