Begin commemorates Ze’ev Jabotinsky. He speaks about how Jabotinsky predicted what would happen during the Holocaust and how many did not listen to him. Begin explains the personality of Jabotinsky, and that he compares to Mazzini, Garibaldi, and Lincoln. He counter argues the claim that Jobtinsky was a tragic personality. He concludes that Jabotinsky continues to live not only through his writings, but also through his pupils.