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ooks
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R
aw idow icz
, S
im o n
.
Babel and Jerusalem: a Hebrew study of the relation­
ship between Israel and the Diaspora. London, Ararat Publishing Society,
1958. 909 p. 2 v.
R
o th
, C
e c il
.
The historical background of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Oxford,
Blackwell, 1958. 87 p.
A study concerned mainly with the problem of the identification of
the Sect.
------- . A short history of the Jewish people. Revised and enlarged. London,
East and West Library, 1959. 482 p.
R
o ya l
I
nst itute
o f
I
nternat ional
A
f fa ir s
.
The Middle East: a political
and economic survey. 3rd ed., edited by Sir Reader Bullard. London,
Oxford University Press, 1958. 569 p.
The material for the chapter on Israel was provided partly by Professor
Norman Bentwich and includes information on the land, the people and
their history, politics, government and constitution, together with an
economic and social survey.
S
chachnow itz
, S
e l ig
.
The light from the West: the story of the life and
times of the Chasam Sofer. Translated (from the German) by Joseph
Leftwich. London, Keren Hatorah Committee, 1958. 270 p. (American
edition: Feldheim, New York).
S
c h n a b e l
, E
rnst
.
The footsteps of Anne Frank. Translated from the German
by Richard and Clara Winston. London, Longmans, Green, 1959. 160 p.
The story of Anne Frank before she wrote her famous diary and after
her capture, told from information obtained from forty people who saw
her and spoke with her during these periods.
S
ch on feld
, S
o lomon
.
Message to Jewry. London, Jewish Secondary Schools
Movement Dr. Schonfeld Silver Jubilee Committee, 1959. 254 p.
Pronouncements from pulpit and platform delivered on various occa­
sions over 25 years and dealing with Jewish communal affairs, current
world problems, such as Communism, the question of refugees and their
resettlement during the post-war reconstruction, the growth and develop­
ment of the Jewish day schools in England, the position of Orthodoxy in
Europe and especially in England, together with messages from other
leaders of Orthodox Jewish thought.
S
h ilston e
, E
ustace
M. Monumental inscriptions in the burial ground of the
Jewish Synagogue at Bridgetown, Barbados; transcribed with an intro­
duction by E. M. Shilstone. London, Tewish Historical Society of England,
1958. 205 p.
A study of Jewish tombstones and their inscriptions by a non-Jew.
S
imon s
, J
acob
B
a rn et
.
Louis Golding: a memoir. London, Mitre Press, 1958.
140 p.
A portrayal of a literary artist, intended as a memoir to one living
but appearing as a memorial to one dead.
S
im s
, A
l b er t
E
dward
and
D
e n t
, G
eorge
,
eds. Who’s Who in the Bible; an
ABC cross reference of names of people in the Bible. London, W.
Foulsham, 1958. 96 p.
S
o c iety
fo r
O
ld
T
e stam en t
S
tud y
.
Book list. London, Society for
O ld
Testament Study, 1958. 64 p.
Stent/f t . ,
A
braham
N
a h um
.
Galuth un G’ullah. London, Narod Press, 1958.
136 p.
A volume of poetry, containing also some poems on Israel and
Jerusalem.
S
y k e s
, C
hr isto ph er
(H
ugh
)
. Orde Wingate. London, Collins, 1959. 575 p.
The biography of a British Army officer who served in Palestine in the
1930’s, identified himself with the Zionist cause and made a memorable
contribution to the establishment of the State of Israel.