Sherman, Arnold

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SHERMAN, Arnold

SHERMAN, Arnold. Israeli/American, b. 1932. Genres: Poetry, Air/Space topics, Military/Defense/Arms control, Humor/Satire, History. Career: News Ed., Aviation Week, 1958-63; Public Relations Director, EL AL Israel Airlines, 1965-82; Executive Vice-Chairman, Technion University, 1983-87. Publications: A Thought in the Night (poetry), 1950; Impaled on a Cactus Bush (humor), 1970; In the Bunkers of Sinai (military), 1971; To the Skies (aviation), 1972; Lightning in the Skies (aviation), 1973; When God Judged and Men Died (military), 1973; The El Al Story, 1973; Impaled on a Rhino's Horn (humor), 1974; The Druse, 1975; Pomeranz Connection, 1976; Israel on $10 a Day, 1976; In Search of Rahamim (autobiography), 1977; Blue Sky, Red Sea, 1977; The Ship (novel), 1978; Challenging the Skies (aviation), 1979; Wings of Icarus (novel), 1980; Splintered Cedar (Lebanon), 1981; Israel High Technology, 1984; Tel Aviv-Jaffa, 1986; Perfidy in the Balkans, 1992; The Centaurs of Pelion, 1994; On the Threshold of Chaos, 1995; Cyprus: The Tormented Island, 1999. Address: 86 Neriedon, 17561 Paleo Faliron, Greece.