Friday, 30 June 2017
Translated from the Hungarian & edited
by Thomas Ország-Land (July 2017)
Hannah Senesh, 1921-1944, (Hungarian spelling Hanna Szenes), poet, farmer, soldier, emigrated as a youth to Palestine to escape rising Fascism in Europe, and eventually joined the British Army there. She was parachuted into partisan-held territory in Croatia from where she trekked to her native Hungary with a mission to rescue downed Allied aircrews and assist the Zionist resistance to the mass murder of Jews. more>>>
Posted on 06/30/2017 3:28 PM by NER
30 Jun 2017
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