Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday received the eleventh volume of Ze'ev Jabotinsky's letters from the Jabotinsky Institute, the PMO announced.
Executives from the Jabotinsky Institute presented Netanyahu with the volume in his office in Jerusalem, according to the announcement.
Of the 360 letters in the new volume, #160 was written to the Prime Minister's father, Prof. Ben-Zion Netanyahu. In the letter, Jabotinsky apologized for not being able to write an article about the Prime Minister's grandfather, Rabbi Nathan Malikovsky.
Binyamin Netanyahu hailed Jabotinsky as one of the most influential writers of the pre-state and early state period.
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