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H u t c h i n s o n ,
E.
H .
Violent truce: a military observer looks at the Arab-Israel
conflict, 1951-55. New York, Devin-Adair, 1956. 225 p.
The chairman of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission reports
critically on Israeli violations of the truce.
J i g g e t t s , J . I d a .
Israel to me: a Negro social worker inside Israel. New York,
Bloch, 1957. 300 p.
A study and impressions o f several visits to Israel by a noted Negro student
o f Jewish life and literature. Profusely illustrated.
J o h n s o n , P a u l .
The Suez war. Foreword by Aneurin Bevan. New York, Green­
berg, 1957. 157 p.
The story of the British-French-Israeli invasion of Egypt, from the British
point o f view.
L i l i e n t h a l , A l f r e d
M. There goes the Middle East. New York, Devin-Adair,
1957. 315 p.
The author argues that “the Palestinian refugees lie at the core of the Middle
East conflagration.”
L i p s k y , L o u i s .
A gallery o f Zionist profiles. New York, Farrar, Straus and
Cudahy, 1956. 250 p.
Sketches and impressions of the major Zionist personalities since Herzl.
M a s o n , A l p h e u s T h o m a s .
Brandeis: a free man’s life. New York, Viking, 1956.
726 p.
One hundredth anniversary edition o f the classic biography of the late
i
ustice of the Supreme Court, who headed the Zionist Organization of America
efore and after the Balfour Declaration on Palestine.
M o n t a g u ,
M. F.
A s h l e y ,
ed. Toynbee and history: critical essays and reviews.
Boston, Porter Sargent, 1956. 400 p.
An examination of
A Study of History
by some thirty experts in the various
fields with which Toynbee deals. Abba Eban and others contribute essays on
the historian’s approach to the Jews and Zionism.
T e l l e r , J u d d L .
The Kremlin, the Jews, and the Middle East. New York,
Thomas Yoseloff, 1957. 201 p.
The full story o f the Kremlin’s unremitting campaign against Jews and
Russia’s political maneuvers in the turbulent affairs of the Middle East. Two
chapters are captioned “Zionist Underground” and “Israel’s Hapless Com­
munists.”
V a n P a a s s e n , P i e r r e .
Pilgrim’s vow. New York, Dial, 1956. 384 p.
A personal account of travels in the Holy Land.
W a l l e n r o d , R e u b e n .
The literature of modern Israel. New York and London,
Abelard-Schuman, 1956. 264 p.
An authoritative study of the major trends and significant achievements of
modern Israeli writing which traces the development of Hebrew literature
from the first wave of migration to the present day.
W a t s o n , S a l l y . T o
build a land. New York, Holt, 1957. 225 p.
A stirring tale of the Youth Aliyah, and their adventures during the heroic
days of Israel’s liberation. Written for both adults and young people.