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B a i l l e t ,
M.,
M i l i k ,
J. T., and
d e V a u x ,
R. Discoveries in the Judaean desert:
part III. New York, Oxford University, 1962. 2 vols.
New texts from the Dead Sea scrolls.
B a l e t , L e o .
Rembrandt and Spinoza. New York, Philosophical, 1962• 222 p.
A study of art and culture in Holland 1550*1750, highlighting the
impact made by Spinoza’s philosophy and Rembrandt’s art.
B a m b e r g e r , F r i t z .
Books are the best things. Cincinnati, Society of Jewish
Bibliophiles, 1962. 42 p.
The first
keepsake
of the Society, containing choice aphorisms about
books by Jewish sages.
B a r i s h ,
Louis, ed. Rabbis in uniform: the story of the American Jewish
m i l i -
tary chaplain, New York, Jonathan David, 1962• 347 p.
A history of the Jewish chaplaincy in war and peace in the armed
forces of United States from 1862 to 1962, with short accounts of inter-
esting episodes experienced by chaplains.
B a r k a i , M e y e r .
The fighting ghettos. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1962. 407 p.
An account of the struggle in Polish Jewish communities against the
Nazi tyranny during World War II.
B e i l e n s o n , E d n a .
Simple Jewish cookery. Mount Vernon, Peter Pauper Press,
1962. 62 p.
B e i n , A l e x .
Theodor Herzl. New York, World; Philadelphia, Jewish Publi-
cation Society, 1962. 557 p. Paperbound reprint.
A biography.
B e l l , J a c k .
Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater. Garden City, N. Y. Double-
day, 1962. 312 p.
A biography of the U. S. senator from the state of Arizona.
B e n a r i , B e n j a m i n .
The student’s dictionary; English-Hebrew, Hebrew-Eng-
lish. New York, Shulsinger, 1962. 153, 145 p.
This handy dictionary for American students includes a survey of
Hebrew grammar.
B e r k m a n , T e d .
Cast a giant shadow. Garden City, N. Y. Doubleday, 1962.
321 p.
The story of Mickey (Col. David) Marcus who died to save Jerusalem
in the War of Independence in 1948.
B e w e r , J u l i u s
A. The literature of the Old Testament: 3rd ed. Revised
b y
Emil G. Kraeling. New York, Columbia University, 1962. 544 p.
A complete revision of this introduction to the Hebrew Bible (first
published in 1922 and slightly revised in 1932) in light of important
discoveries of the past thirty years, notably those resulting from the
findings of the Dead Sea scrolls.
B i b e r f e l d , P h i l i p .
Universal Jewish history: vol. 2: the patriarchal age. New
York, Feldheim, 1962. 246 p.
Notes and source material on the historical account in the Book of
Genesis and its relation to non-Biblical Near Eastern records.
B i c k e r m a n , E l i a s .
From Ezra to the last of the Maccabees: foundations of
post-biblical Judaism. New York, Schocken, 1962. 186 p. Paperbound
reprint.
B o k s e r , B e n Z io n .
Wisdom of the Talmud. New York, Citadel, 1962. 167 p.
Paperbound reprint.
A popular discussion on Talmudic thought.