By Menachem Begin
7th English variation. hide layout via Eliora. comprises sixteen pages of B/W pictures and illustrations.
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Yet whatever had obviously damaged eventually inside of him. As we lay on our bunks, one of many Urki started slowly getting down from his bunk in an higher tier. Garin, who lay beside me, squeezed himself below my arm and referred to as out, this time no longer in Russian yet in Yiddish, “He’s coming to kill me! ” I appeared the place he used to be pointing. The scene used to be certainly sinister. the fellow was once relocating slowly, and made a giant shadow within the semi-darkness that often reigned within the abdominal of the send. Then he got here closer to us, and in his hand he held something—something, yet lets no longer inform what it used to be. In that boat, in such an environment, to the fevered mind's eye of a guy shattered to the depths of his being, this used to be adequate to make him think his finish used to be forthcoming, that the Urki used to be approximately to homicide him. The Urki was once in truth now not even contemplating Garin. The “instrument” he carried was once just a spoon. yet Garin went via an pain of panic. I quietened him with hassle, after which just for awhile. He persevered to be confident that the Urki might by no means forgive him, that his destiny used to be sealed, that they might end him in the end. And one night—again, possibly it used to be daytime—he grew to become to me with an spectacular request: “Menahem, do you keep in mind the tune ‘Loshuv’? ” He uttered the notice, the 1st Hebrew notice I had ever heard him use, with the Ashkenazic pronunciation, and that i didn't immediately comprehend to what music he was once referring. He turned just a little indignant. “How come you don’t have in mind? It’s the tune the Zionists used to sing in Odessa whilst i used to be a tender guy. ‘Loshuv. ’ Sing it to me. those should be my final days, might be my final hours. we will by no means meet back. cross on, sing it. ” there have been numerous extra Jews within the boat. They have been neither political nor felony prisoners. they'd been stuck crossing the frontier. between them have been younger Betar contributors, whose bunks have been close to mine. We have been nonetheless in a position to sing. We did as Garin requested. We sang him “Loshuv”—that is Hatikvah—the Hebrew nationwide anthem ‘lashuv le’eretz avotenu’—“Our wish to come to the land of our fathers. ” there has been the boat, vacationing northwards in the direction of the subpolar areas. Darkness. dirt. Stench. Fleas and lice. seven-hundred part bestial Urki. a number of Jews. A handful of dreamers of Zion. Why had they arrive right here? the place have been they going? What support may possibly they wish for? And between them, a Jew, or relatively a Russian of Jewish starting place, who had by no means dreamt of Zion, and who had by no means believed in Zion, who had preached all his lifestyles that Zion used to be “reactionary. ” All his existence he had served one other thought, a universalist ideal—fighting for it at the barricades, being captured and tortured for it through the “White Russians. ” Faithfully serving, he had risen and turn into the Secretary of the imperative Committee of the get together, after which Assistant Editor of the Party’s nationwide day-by-day paper. How a long way was once he from Zion! and the way faraway from Zion was once where to which destiny had introduced us! And this guy, in what he concept will be his final hours on the earth, requested us to sing the track of Zion!