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עורך ראשי - מרדכי נאור.
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On verso of t.p.: Hagana lexicon / chief editor - Mordechai Naor.
Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel)-place of publication
נאור, מרדכי, 1934-
תל אביב : משרד הבטחון - ההוצאה לאור
בשער גם: הארגון הארצי של חברי ההגנה.
528 ע',  דפי לוחות : איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות (חלקן צבעוניות), פורטרטים, פקסימילים
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