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J EWI SH BOOK ANNUAL
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a u b e
, H
erm an
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u z a n n e
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Remember. Baltimore, Nicholas A. Grossman,
1951. 182 p.
Eight stories of frightening experiences of men and women in the concentra-
tion camps of World War II. Translated from the Yiddish by Helena Frank.
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(IJB, March, 1952)
T
e r r a l l
, R
o b e r t
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The steps of the quarry. New York, Crown, 1951. 350 p.
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American occupation troops in an Austrian village. Several Jews just out
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of concentration camp are among the principal characters.
W
o u k
, H
e rm a n
.
The Caine mutiny: a novel of World War II. Garden City,
N. Y., Doubleday, 1951. 494 p.
Pulitzer prize winning novel of 1952. A Jewish lawyer defends the executive
officer of a destroyer-mine-sweeper in the Pacific who has been court-martialled
for mutiny. (IJB, May, 1952)