An Israeli journalist, B. Rosenthal, unearthed in German records a letter written during the Third Reich from the Irgun, an outlawed army in Israel's early days. In this letter the writer entreated Hitler to join forces with the Irgun and Stern Gang, also a notorious and outlawed Israeli terrorist group, and work together with Hitler who would create a totalitarian state in Europe, while the Irgun/Stern Gang would commit to simultaneously creating a totalitarian, Jewish state in Palestine. This letter was published twice, once in January 1982 and again in February in 1983 in Haaretz", a newspaper which is published daily in Tel Aviv. There were many reports of the terrorism practiced by the Irgun and Stern gang in the West Bank. One report was that of an old man sitting down outside his humble home to have lunch. As he began to eat his soup, a member of the Irgun strode by and shot him in the heart. The elderly man dropped dead over his food, dying instantly. This terror practiced by the Irgun and members of the Sterm Gang caused the panic that led many Palestinians to flee their homes. This book is an attempt to bring to light some deeply hidden aspects of Israel's history.