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M a n s o o r , M en a h em .
The thanksgiving hymns. Leiden, Brill, 1961. 227 p.
The texts and translation of the psalms found among the Dead Sea
Scrolls by the Professor of Semitic Languages at the University of
Wisconsin.
M a n t e l , H u g o .
Studies in the history of the Sanhedrin. Cambridge, Harvard
University, 1962. 374 p.
An examination of the sources about the organization and function-
ing of the Great Sanhedrin and other courts of the Sanhedrin as found
in the Talmud and Hellenistic literature.
M a r g o l i e s , M o r r i s
B. Torah-vision. New York, Feldheim, 1961. 280 p.
Sermons and essays by a rabbi of Kansas City, Mo.
M a y e r , J o h n
E. Jewish-Gentile courtships. Glencoe, Free Press, 1961. 240 p.
A sociological study of intermarriage in America.
M a z a r , B en jam in ,
ed. Illustrated world of the Bible library. New York,
McGraw-Hill, 1961. 4 vols.
The texts of the Bible illustrated with scenes from archaeological
discoveries and monuments with interpretations culled from parallel
literature.
M e r id o r , Y a a c o v .
Long is the road to freedom. New York, United Zionists
Revisionists, 1961. 298 p.
Personal account of a commander of the Irgun Zevai Leumi, his
capture and imprisonment by the British.
M e y e r , I s id o r e
S., ed. The American Jew in the Civil War. New York,
American Jewish Historical Society, 1962. 164 p.
Catalogue of an exhibit.
M i l l g r a m , A b r a h am
E. An anthology of medieval Hebrew literature. New
York, Abelard-Schuman, 1962. 370 p. Reprint.
An introduction to the outstanding medieval Jewish poets, philosophers
and mystics, giving the historical background of Jewish literature of the
golden era.
M o r g e n s t e r n , J u l i a n .
The message of Deutero-Isaiah and its unfolding.
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, 1961. 169 p.
The president emeritus of the HUC interprets the poetry of the
prophet.
M o r r is , Y a a k o v .
Masters of the desert: 6000 years in the Negev. New York,
Putnam, 1961. 416 p.
History of the Negev desert region in Israel, and the new state’s efforts
to develop the area into a habitable blooming region.
M o r t o n , F r e d e r ic .
The Rothschilds: a family portrait. New York, Atheneum,
1962. 306 p.
A history of the important Jewish banking family and its contribution
to commerce, culture and philanthropy.
M u h l e n , N o r b e r t .
Lost tribe of Judaea. New York, Crowell, 1962. 288 p.
A survey of Jewish life in Germany today by a well known American
reporter.
M u i l e n b u r g , Jam e s .
The way of Israel: biblical faith and ethics. New York,
Harper, 1961. 158 p.
The ethical and religious message of the Bible interpreted by the
Professor of Old Testament at the Union Theological Seminary, New
York.
N a t h a n s o n , M o sh e .
Zamru Lo: congregational melodies, prayers, zemirot and
hymns: vol. 2: Sabbath day. New York, Cantors Assembly of America,
1960. 185 p.
A collection of the best known Sabbath songs, edited by the cantor of
the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, New York.