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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
H
e l l e r
, B
ernard
.
Dawn or dusk. New York, Bookman’s Press, 1961. 315 p.
An analysis of Germany’s behavior towards the Jews, and a plea for
a program for enlightenment and education to prevent any future
reoccurrence of Nazism.
H
en r iq u e s
, R
o bert
D
avid
.
Bearsted: a biography of Marcus Samuel. New
York, Viking, 1960. 676 p.
The life story of the founder of the Shell oil empire, a viscount who
was active in London Jewish religious affairs and Lord Mayor of London.
H
erberg
, W
i l l
.
Protestant, Catholic, Jew: new edition. Garden City,
Anchor Books, 1960. 309 p.
H
ertzberg
, A
rthur
,
ed. The Zionist idea: a historical analysis and reader.
New York, Meridian, 1960. 638 p.
The leading theories of Jewish nationalism and Zionism are presented
and interpreted by the rabbi of Temple Emanuel, Englewood, N. J .
H
erzl
, T
heodor
. Th e complete diaries of. Edited by Raphael Patai. Trans,
by Harry Zohn. New York, Yoseloff, 1960. 5 volumes.
A full translation and notes of the diaries of the founder of the
Zionist movement written at the turn of the 20th century.
Herzl year book: vol. 3. Edited by Raphael Patai. New York, Herzl Press,
1960. 280 p.
This volume is devoted exclusively to Herzliana.
H
e yd
, U
r i e l
.
Ottoman documents on Palestine, 1551-1615. New York,
Oxford, 1960. 204 p.
An English translation of decrees by Turkish rulers concerning life
in Palestine in the 16th century.
H
ilberg
, R
a u l
.
The destruction of the European Jews. Chicago, Quand-
rangle, 1961. 786 p.
A history of the catastrophe based on original sources of the campaign
of the Nazis against European Jews from the first racial laws to the
mass exterminations.
H
irsch
, S
amson
R
a ph a e l
.
The Psalms: translation and commentary: vol. 1.
Trans, by Gertrude Hirschler. New York, Feldheim, 1960. 505 p.
Psalms 1-72 of this devotional commentary by the founder of neo­
orthodoxy in Germany.
H
o n e
, R
a lph
E., ed. The voice out of the whirlwind: the book of Job.
San Francisco, Chandler, 1960. 333 p.
Selections which exemplify literary form, style, theme, source and
influence; analysis of character and the development of ideas in Job.
H
orow itz
,
C.
M
orris
and
K
a p la n
, L
aw r en c e
J. The Jewish population of
the New York area. New York, Federation of Jewish Philanthropies,
1959. 386 p.
A statistical analysis of trends in community life.
I
delsohn
, A
braham
Z
ev i
.
The Jewish song book: revised edition: arranged
for orthodox or reform ritual. Los Angeles, Publications for Judaism,
1961. 572 p.
Voice, text and accompaniment of traditional songs.
J
ablonsk i
, E
dward
.
Harold Arlen: happy with the blues. New York, Double­
day, 1961. 286 p.
A lively biography of the long and happy career of Hyman Arluck
(b. 1905), better known as Harold Arlen, from his childhood as the
son of a Buffalo cantor to a successful career as band leader and song
writer.
Jewish book annual: vol. 18, 5721 (1960-61). Edited by A. Alan Steinbach.
New York, Jewish Book Council of America, 1960. 240 p.
Essays on Hebrew and Yiddish literature; articles about eminent
Jewish authors; and annotated bibliographies of new books.