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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
M
u en sterberg er
, W
arner
and
A
x e lr ad
, S
id n e y
,
eds. The psychoanalytic
study of society: vol. 1. New York, International Universities, 1960. 384 p.
Contains “The Role of the Mother in the Development of Hebraic
Monotheism: as Exemplified in the Life of Abraham,” by Dorothy F.
Zeligs, and “The Development of Ethical Monotheism,” by Andrew Peto.
M
usmanno
, M
ic h a e l
A .
The Eichmann kommandos. New York, Macrae,
Smith, 1961. 288 p.
The horrible genocide recounted by a judge of the Nuremberg
tribunal.
N
a m en y i
,
E. The essence of Jewish art. Trans, by Edouard Roditi. New
York, Yoseloff, 1961. 92 p.
The leading trends among modern artists.
N
a th an
, O
tto
and
N
orden
, H
e in z
.
Einstein on peace. New York, Simon
& Schuster, 1960. 704 p.
Selections from his philosophical writings and correspondence under­
lying his lifelong concern for peace and freedom of the human spirit.
Neilson, Francis. From Ur to Nazareth: an economic inquiry into the
religious and political history of Israel. New York, Robert Schalkenbach
Foundation,
1959. 461
p.
N
em erov
, H
oward
.
New and selected poems. Chicago, University of Chicago,
1960. 122 p.
A number of the poems are Jewish in content.
N
ew m a n
, L
ouis
I. The little Zaddik. New York, Bloch, 1961. 79 p.
A play based on the early life of the Baal Shem Tov by the rabbi
of Congregation Rodeph Sholom, New York.
New York Public Library. Dictionary catalog of the Jewish collection. Boston,
Hall, 1960. vols. 7-14.
This reproduction of all the cards on file in the Jewish division is
arranged in dictionary form according to authors and subjects, forming
a comprehensive guide to the Jewish holdings of this famous library
on 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, New York.
N
oveck
, S
im o n
,
ed. Great Jewish personalities in modern times. New York,
Taplinger, 1961. 366 p.
A collection of biographical sketches by various authors of noted
Jewish men and women from the 18th century up to the present.
Includes Moses Mendelssohn, Moses Montefiore, Isaac Mayer Wise,
Sholom Aleichem, Theodor Herzl, Chaim Weizmann, Louis D. Brandeis
and others.
N
y is z l i
, M
iklos
.
Auschwitz: a doctor’s eye-witness account. Trans, by
Tibere Kremer and Richard Seaver. New York, Fell, 1960. 222 p.
A Jewish-Hungarian doctor describes his work at Auschwitz, the
atrocities he witnessed and his fight for survival.
O ’B
r ien
, M
arian
M
a ev e
.
The Bible herb book. St. Louis, Bethany, 1960.
I l l p.
The spices and plants mentioned in the Bible are listed and
illustrated.
O
lson
, B
ernhard
E. Victims and oppressors: intergroup relations in Pro­
testant curricula. New Haven, Yale University, 1961.
A survey of American Protestant religious school books and their
references to Jews and Judaism and other groups.
O
r l in sk y
, H
arry
M. Ancient Israel: second edition. Ithaca, Cornell Uni­
versity, 1960. 164 p. Paperbound reprint.
P
a n e th
, P
h i l i p
.
Eichmann: technician of death. New York, Speller, 1960.
239 p.
An objective account of Eichmann the monster, and an assessment of
the forthcoming trial and the implications of his capture.
P
arkes
, J
am es
W
il l ia m
.
The foundations of Judaism and Christianity.
Chicago, Quadrangle, 1960. 344 p.
Examines the character of the community which returned from the
Egyptian exodus.