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J EWI SH BOOK ANNUAL
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G
oodm an
, P
a u l
.
History of the Jews. London, Dent, 1951. 288 p.
A new (the eighth) edition of this standard work, brought up to date by
Mr. Israel Cohen.
G
o rd is
, R
o b e r t
.
The Wisdom of Koheleth. London, East and West Library,
1951. 31 p.
A new translation, with commentary and introductory essay, of the Book
of Ecclesiastes.
G
razovsky
and
C
a rm in
.
Hebrew-English and English-Hebrew Dictionary. Tel
Aviv, Dvir, 1950.
“ G
r e e n
F
lag
.”
The Jewish Chronicle travel guide. London, Jewish Chronicle,
1951. 127 p. (Second edition, 1952; 128 p.)
A guide to Anglo-Jewry and its institutions for the visitor from abroad.
G
r e e n b e r g
, F
l o r e n c e
.
Cookery book. London, Jewish Chronicle, 1951.
A new edition, entirely rewritten and enlarged, of
The Jewish Chronicle
Cookery Book.
The standard authority in England on Jewish cookery.
H
alpern
, J
oseph
. Hebrew at a glance. London, Shapiro, Vallentine, 1952.
40 p.
A basic Hebrew dictionary, with a skeleton Hebrew grammar.
H
am bourg
, M
a r k
.
The eighth octave. London, Williams &Norgate, 1951. 164 p.
A musician’s reminiscences.
H
ar tm a nn
, G
r e t h e
and
S
c h u l s in g e r
, F
i n i
.
Physical and mental stress and
consequential development of arteriosclerosis within the Jewish populations of
Denmark. Copenhagen, Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1951.
R e s u l t o f a n in v e s t i g a t i o n i n t o tw o c la s s e s o f J ew is h r e s id e n t s in D e n m a r k —
th e o n e o f lo n g s t a n d i n g , t h e o t h e r c o n s is t in g o f im m ig r a n t s s in c e
1903
a n d
t h e i r c h i ld r e n — to a s c e r t a in t h e in c id e n c e o f a r te r io s c le r o s is am o n g e a c h .
H
e b r ew
U
n iv er s it y
of
J
e r u sa l em
, T
h e
— 1925-1950.
J e r u s a l e m , H e b r e w
U n i v e r s i t y ,
1950. 207
p .
An illustrated history of the University, with a Preface by Professor S.
Brodetzky and messages from Viscount Samuel, Dr. Weizmann, Professor
Einstein, and others.
H
e n r iq u e s
, B
a s il
L. Q. Fratres: club boys in uniform. London, Seeker & War-
burg, 1951. 216 p.
An anthology, compiled from letters received by the Warden of the best
known Jewish Lads’ Club in London from members of the club on active
service.
H
e r t z
, J
o s e ph
H .
Pentateuch and Haphtarahs. Bournemouth, Soncino Press,
195°.
Hebrew text, with an English translation and notes.
H
u n t
, P
e t e r
.
Oscar Slater, the great suspect. London, Carrol & Nicholson, 1951.
263 p.
An account of the trial and sequelae of one wrongly convicted of murder,
whose sentence of death was commuted to life imprisonment, and who was
released after several years, the conviction being quashed.
H
yamson
, A
lb er t
M. Palestine under the mandate. London, Methuen, 1950.
210 P \A history of Palestine under the Mandatory Government, with chapters
recording the interest shown in Britain, since the seventeenth century, in the
Jewish resettlement in Palestine.
-------- . The Sephardim of England. London, Methuen, 1951. 468 p.
A history of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish community in England
from 1492 until the present day.
J
ew is h
C
h r o n ic l e
, T
h e
.
1841-1941.
L o n d o n , J ew is h C h ro n ic le ,
1949. 187 p.
The story of the first century of the leading Jewish periodical.
J
ew ish
H
istor ica l
S
o c iety
of
E
ngland
,
Transactions, vol. XVI. London,
1952. 252 p.
A selection of the papers read before the Society since the year 1934.
Jewish Year Book, The. London, Jewish Chronicle, 1950, 1951 and 1952. ca. 500 p.
An annual, first published in 1896. A guide to the Jewish communities of
Great Britain and Ireland, the Dominions and the Colonies, together with a