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L
e w y
, H
ans
, A
l tm a n n
, A
lexan d er
and
H
e in em a n n
, I
saak
.
Three Jewish
philosophers, New York, Meridian, 1960. 147 p.
Introductions to and excerpts from the philosophical writings of
Philo, Saadia Gaon and Judah Halevi.
L
ipschu tz
, N
orman
.
Victory through darkness and despair. New York,
Vantage, 1960. 123 p.
The story of the Nazi holocaust and of the establishment of the State
of Israel.
L
ip t z in
, S
olomon
.
Germany’s stepchildren. New York, Meridian, 1961. 298 p.
Paperbound reprint.
L
o ck y er
, H
er b er t
.
All the kings and queens of the Bible. Grand Rapids,
Zondervan, 1961. 256 p.
Companion to
All the Men of the Bible
and
All the Prayers of the
Bible.
Traces the rise and fall of the empires mentioned in the Bible
and is a biographical record of the emperors and monarchs of each.
M
a imon ides
, M
oses
.
The code of Maimonides: book 3: the book of seasons.
Trans, by Solomon Gandz and Hyman Klein. Appendix by Ernest
Wiesenberg. New Haven, Yale University, 1961. 633 p.
(Yale Judaica
series
) .
The laws and practices dealing with the Jewish festivals and fast days.
------- . On sexual intercourse. Trans, from Hebrew and German by Morris
Gorlin. Brooklyn, Rambash, 1961. 128 p.
M
a ltzberg
, B
e n ja m in
.
Mental disease among Jews in New York State.
New York, Intercontinental Medical Book, 1960. 140 p.
A statistical study of the incidence of mental illness among Jews and
the progress in treatment in the State’s institutions.
M
and elbaum
, B
ernard
,
ed. Assignment in Israel. New York, Harper, 1960.
243 p.
Collection of short essays on Israel by 17 prominent Christians and
Jews who visited the country recently.
Marcus, Jacob
R.
The Jew in the medieval world: a source book:
315-1791.
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society; New York, Meridian,
1960.
504
p. Paperbound reprint.
M
a r en o f
, M
artha
.
Patterns for Jewish living from earliest times to our
own time. Detroit, Dot Publications, 1960. 224 p.
Traces the growth and development of the traditional Jewish way of
life from early times to the present day.
M
arson
, P
h i l i p
. A
teacher speaks. New York, McKay, 1960. 230 p.
An autobiography of a New York teacher.
M
a r x
, H
arpo
(A
rthur
)
. Harpo speaks. New York, Geis, 1961. 475 p.
Another of the “Marx Brothers” tells his life story.
M
assarik
, F
red
.
A report on the Jewish population of San Francisco, Marin
County and the Peninsula, 1959. San Francisco, Jewish Welfare Federa­
tion, 1959. 143 p.
A description of the rapid growth of Jewish life in this section of
California.
M
e in ertzhag en
, R
ichard
.
Middle East diary: 1917-1956. New York, Yoseloff,
1960. 376 p.
Recounts Meinertzhagen’s long association with Palestine and Israel
from 1917 to the Suez crisis of 1956. Based on extracts from his private
diary and on letters and documents.
M
in co
, M
arga
.
Bitter herbs: a little chronicle. Trans, from Dutch by Roy
Edwards. New York, Oxford University, 1960. 116 p.
Another wartime testament of a young Jewish girl living in Holland.
M
onro
, M
argaret
T . The Old Testament and our times. New York,
Longmans, 1960. 105 p.
M
oscati
, S
abat ino
.
The face of the ancient Orient: a panorama of Near
Eastern civilizations in pre-classical times. Chicago, Quadrangle, 1960.
328 p.
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