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Who’s Who of Jewry. There are also short sections on Israel and on the Jewish
communities in other countries.
Jocz,
J
a k o b
.
The Jewish people and Jesus Christ. London, S. P. C. K., 1950.
446 p.
A Christological study in the relationship between the Jewish people and
Jesus Christ.
J o h n
o f
L o e w e n s t e i n , P r i n c e . P r o c l a im f re e d om : a p a g e a n t o f J ew is h h i s to r y .
L o n d o n , L u z a c ,
1950. 79
p .
An exhibition of 35 dioramas, with explanatory text.
K
im c h e
, J
o n
.
Seven fallen pillars: the Middle East. London, Seeker &Warburg,
1950. 326 p.
K
i s c h
, G
u id o
.
In search of freedom. London, E. Goldston, 1951.
A scholarly history of the section of North American Jewry that originated
in Czechoslovakia.
L
andm an
, R
ow land
,
ed. Germany’s new Nazis. London, Jewish Chronicle,
1951. 76 p.
An account of the progress made by West Germany in the establishment of
Democracy, with an analysis of the neo-Nazi movement there.
L
an d sh u t
,
S. Jewish communities in the Muslim countries of the middle east.
London, Jewish Chronicle, 1950. 102 p.
A valuable survey prepared by a number of experts under the editorship
of Dr. Landshut.
L
e h rm a n
, S
im on
M
a u r ic e
. J ew is h c u s tom s a n d fo lk lo re . L o n d o n , S h a p i r o ,
V a l le n t in e ,
1950. 195
p .
The purpose of this book is to show how fundamental these customs are to
“a proper fulfilment of our duties as Jews.”
-------- . The Jewish design for living. 1952.
A comprehensive introduction to Jewish ethics.
L
e v e r
, W
a l t e r
.
Jerusalem is called liberty. Jerusalem, Massadah, 1951. 271 p.
An eye-witness’s experience of the events that accompanied in Palestine the
end of the Mandatory Government, with suggested explanations of the
outrages that accompanied them.
L
e v in
, H
arry
.
Jerusalem embattled. London, Gollancz, 1950. 288 p.
A diary of the siege of Jewish Jerusalem in 1948.
L
e v in
, M
e y e r
.
In search. London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1951. 524 p.
The autobiography of an American Jew whose adventurous and many-
colored life was well worthy of record, even though it had no particular
influence on the course of events.
L
evy
,
A. The origins of Glasgow Jewry, 1812-1895. Glasgow, A. J. Macfarlane,
1950. 64 p.
An account of the origins of a provincial Jewish community in Scotland.
L
evy
,
A. B. East end story. London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1951. 99 p.
Sketches of Jewish life in east London (the London ghetto) in present days
and the recent past.
L
ev y
, A
rno ld
.
The Behr tree. Taunton, Wessex Press, 1950. 130 p.
A genealogical survey of a Jewish family, originating in Lithuania and
Danzig, many of whose members settled in England.
-------- . The story of Gateshead Yeshivah. Taunton, Wessex Press, 1952. 62 p.
A brief account of the establishment twenty-five years ago, and history of
this seat of Jewish learning.
L
evy
, H
aro ld
.
Hebrew for all. London, Central Council for Jewish Religious
Education. 469 p.
A text-book for the study of Hebrew for adults and children.
L
evy
, S
olomon
.
The Jewish annual. London, Williams, Lea, 1950. I l l p.;
1951. 128 p.
A brief guide to Anglo-Jewish institutions, a Jewish calendar for the year
and a number of essays by the editor on subjects of Jewish interest.
L
ib e r a l
J
ew ish
S
ynago gu e
. T h e f ir s t f if ty y e a r s . L o n d o n , Y o u n g e r M em b e r s
O rg . , L i b e r a l J ew i s h S y n a g o g u e ,
1950. 33 p.
A record of Liberal Judaism in England.