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S
a m u e l
, E
dw in
H
e r b e r t
.
A coat of many colours. London, Abelard-Schuman,
1960. 246 p.
Short stories with Jewish themes.
S
chw a rz
-B
a r t
, A
ndre
.
The last of the just. Trans, from French. London,
Seeker and Warburg, 1961. 416 p.
Novel.
S
errano
, M
ig u e l
.
The visits of the Queen of Sheba. Trans, from Spanish
by F. Macshane. London, Asia Publishing House, 1961. 72 p.
Historical study.
S
h am ir
, M
o sh e
.
Why Ziva cried on the Feast of the First Fruits. Trans,
from Hebrew by Tamara Kahana. London, Abelard-Schuman, 1960. 32 p.
Children’s story of life in Israel.
S
im o n
, S
ir
L
eo n
.
Ahad Ha-am. London, East and West, 1961. 348 p.
S
prigge
, S
y l v ia
.
Berenson. London, Allen and Unwin, 1960. 288 p. 22 plates.
S
t e in
, L
eonard
.
The Balfour declaration. London, Vallentine Mitchell, 1961.
696 p.
S
tuckenschm idt
, H
ans
H
e in z
.
Schoenberg. Trans, from German by E. T.
Roberts and
H .
Searle. London, Calder, 1960. 168 p.
S
u p e r
, A
rthur
S
a u l
.
The story of Theodor Herzl. London, Vallentine
Mitchell, 1960. 160 p.
(Famous Jew s).
S
u t c l i f f e
, E
dmund
.
The monks of Qumran. London, Burns and Oates,
1960. 272 p.
S
u tzkev er
, A
b rah am
.
Siberia. Trans, from Yiddish by Jacob Sonntag. Illus.
by Marc Chagall. London, Abelard-Schuman, 1960. 48 p.
Poems, written during the author’s stay in Siberia during World War II.
T
a lm o n
, J
acob
L
e i b
.
The origins of totalitarian democracy. London, Heine­
mann, 1961. 366 p.
(Mercury Books).
T
aven er
, L
a ur en c e
E
l l is
.
The revival of Israel. London, Hodder and
Stoughton, 1961. 128 p.
Textus: annual of the Hebrew University Bible project: vol. 1. Edited by
Chaim Rabin. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1961. 224 p. 14 plates.
W
aagenaar
, S
a m
.
Women of Israel. London, Deutsch, 1961. 160 p. I l l ill.
(Bruna Books).
W
esk er
, A
rnold
.
The Wesker trilogy: plays. London, Cape, 1960. 224 p.
Wiener Library catalogue series: no. 1: persecution and resistance under the
Nazis. Edited by I. R. Wolff. London, Vallentine Mitchell, 1960. 208 p.
W
i e s e l
, E
l i e
.
Night. Trans, from French by
S.
Rodway. London, MacGibbon
and Kee, 1960. 144 p.
Concentration camp novel.
W
ighton
, C
harles
.
Eichmann, his career and crimes. London, Odhams
Press, 1961. 306 p.
W
i l l c o x
, K
a th le en
M
a r y
.
The young traveller in Israel. London, Phoenix
House, 1961. 128 p.
W
o l f
, E
dw in
,
2nd and
F
l em in g
, J
ohn
F .
Rosenbach. London, Weidenfeld
and Nicolson, 1961. 600 p.
W
o o l f
, L
eonard
.
Sowing: autobiography of years 1880-1904. London, Ho­
garth Press, 1960. 206 p.
W
y m e r
, N
orm an
.
Yehudi Menuhin. London, Phoenix House, 1961. 108 p.
(Living Biographies
) .
Y
aron
, R
euv en
.
Gifts in contemplation of death in Jewish and Roman law.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1960. 264 p.
Zionist year book 5721, 1960-61. Edited by Joseph Litvin. London, Zionist
Federation of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 1960. 500 p.
Guide to Zionist activities in the United Kingdom and abroad.