Table of contents for The Israel-Palestine conflict : one hundred years of war / James L. Gelvin.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Author's Note..................................................
Maps and Pictures......................................
Chapter 1: The Land and Its Lure.................................
Chapter 2: Cultures of Nationalism...............................
Chapter 3: Zionism and the Colonization of Palestine.............
Chapter 4: World War I and the Palestine Mandate.................
Chapter 5: From Nationalism in Palestine to Palestinian
Nationalism......................................................
Chapter 6: From the Great Revolt through the 1948 War............
Chapter 7: Zionism and Palestinian Nationalism: A Closer Look....
Chapter 8: The Arab-Israeli Conflict.............................
Chapter 9: The Palestinian National Movement Comes of Age........
Chapter 10: The Rise and Fall of the Oslo Accord.................
Epilogue.........................................................
Glossary.........................................................
Timeline.........................................................
Biographical Sketches............................................
Credits..........................................................
Index............................................................

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Arab-Israeli conflict.
Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1993- -- Peace.
Jews -- Israel -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Palestinian Arabs -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Jewish nationalism -- Israel.
Arab nationalism -- Gaza Strip.
Arab nationalism -- West Bank.
Nationalism -- Israel.
Nationalism -- Gaza Strip.
Nationalism -- West Bank.