Page 14 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 10 (1951-1952)

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Jerusalem. New York, Philosophical Library, 1950.
51 p.
A short history of Jewish life in the city of Jerusalem.
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H. H. From Joseph to Joshua: Biblical traditions in the light
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ology. New York, Oxford, 1950. 212 p.
The chronology and traditions of the Torah reexamined and compared with
modern archeological discoveries relating to biblical and Near Eastern
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A treasury of Jewish folk songs. New York, Schocken, 1950.
224 P•Hebrew and Yiddish folk songs arranged with music.
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Design for living from Jewish life and lore. New York, Bloch,
1950. 238 p.
The ethical teachings of Judaism as formulated in the Torah and Talmud.
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ed. The Hebrew impact on civilization. New York,
Philosophical Library, 1950.
Articles by 17 authors on the contributions made by Jews to the fields of
science, medicine, philosophy art, literature, military affairs, economics, etc.
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The gentleman and the Jew. New York, Knopf, 1950. 325 p.
Autobiographical essays on the relation of the Jew to non-Jewish civilization.
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U. A documentary history of the Jews in the United States.
New York, Citadel, 1950. 762 p.
American Jewish historical sources, selected and edited with introductions
and notes from the settlement of the Jews in North America until modern
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E. Beauty and mystery. New York, Exposition Press, 1950.
95 p.
The section “Israel” contains 24 poems on Jewish themes.
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Bibliography of Jewish music. New York, Columbia Uni-
versity Press, 1951. 404 p.
A listing of 10,682 works dealing with Jewish music including a list of
recordings of Jewish music. In addition to the historical and biographical
references, a large number of Jewish musical works are listed.
Set of Holiday Sermons. 5711-1950. Cincinnati, Tract Commission of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis, 1950. 82 p.
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Jewish religious conflicts. New York, Longmans Green, 1950.
176 p.
Tne sects and conflicting schools of thought in Judaism, in their relation
to the totality of Jewish history.
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ar o ld
P. A treasure hunt in Judaism. New York, Hebrew Publishing
Co., 1950. 211 p.
A guide to Jewish festivals, customs, and ceremonies.
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ed. Dr. Samson Benderly, his life, work, and writings. New
York, National Council for Jewish Education, 1951. 116 p.
A memorial tribute to the pioneer of American Jewish education.
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il l a r d
L. Classics of religious devotion. Boston, Beacon Press, 1950.
117 p.
Contains selections from the “Guide to the Perplexed” by Moses Maimon-
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Israel laughs: A collection of humor from the Jewish state.
New York, Bloch, 1950. 172 p.
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Martyrdom and miracle: A collection of addresses.
New York, Bloch, 1950. 246 p.
Sermons by the rabbi of Temple Emanuel, Montreal, Canada.
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The pillar of fire. New York, Harcourt Brace, 1951. 310 p.
The autobiography of a Jewish psychiatrist who was converted to Cathol-
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The court Jew: A contribution to the history of the period of
absolutism in Central Europe. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of
America, 1950. 329 p.
A study of the influence of the Shtadlan on social and economic life in
Germany and Austria by the archivist of the American Jewish Archives.