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B
erc zeller
, R
ic h a r d
.
Doctor of all trades. London, Michael Joseph, 1965.
224 p.
Autobiography of a Jewish doctor who left Austria after the
Anschluss.
B
erger
, E
a r l
.
The Covenant and the sword: Arab-Israeli relations, 1948-
1956. London, Routledge 8c Kegan Paul, 1964. 256 p.
B
e rk ow itz
, W
il l i a m
,
ed. Ten vital Jewish issues. London, Yoseloff, 1964.
268 p.
Essays on Judaism.
B
e r m a n t
, C
h a im
. B e r l m a k e t e a :
a
n o v e l . L o n d o n , C h a p m a n & H a l l ,
1965.
154
p .
B
e t t e l h e im
, B
r u n o
,
and
J
a n ow it z
, M
orr is
.
Social change and prejudice.
London, Collier-Macmillan, 1964. 337 p.
B
l a u
, J
o sh u a
.
The emergence and linguistic background of Judaeo-Arabic.
Oxford, University Press, 1965. 276 p. (Scripta Judaica vol. V)
B
o r ch se n iu s
, P
o u l
.
Behind the wall: the story of the Ghetto. Tr. from
Danish by Reginald Spink. London, Allen & Unwin, 1964. 249 p.
-------. The chains are broken. The story of Jewish emancipation. Tr. from
Danish by Michael Heron. London, Allen & Unwin, 1964. 240 p.
B
rotz
, H
ow a r d
.
The
B la c k
Jews of Harlem. London, Collier-Macmillan,
1964. 144 p.
A
s o c i o l o g i c a l
study.
B
u e c h n e r
, F
r iedr ich
.
The final beast. London, Chatto & Windus, 1965.
224 p.
One of the heroines is Irma, a Jewess, who has suffered in Nazi
concentration camps.
C
ardus
, N
e v ill e
.
Gustav Mahler: his mind and his music. London, Gollancz,
1965. 192 p.
C
a r m i
,
T. The brass serpent. Tr. from Hebrew by D. Moraes. London,
Deutsch, 1964. 48 p.
Translations of poems of an Israel poet.
C
a sper
, B
e rn ard
M. Judaism today and yesterday. London, Yoseloff, 1965.
160 p.
Essays on Jewish life and thought.
C
o h e n
, A
v n er
.
Arab border-villages in Israel: a study of continuity and
change in social organisation. Manchester, University Press, 1965. 208 p.
D
e l a r u e
, J
a c q u e s
.
History of the Gestapo. Tr. from French
b y
M. Savill.
London, Macdonald, 1964. 416 p.
E
h r e n b u rg
, I
l y a
.
The stormy life of Lazik Roitshvants. Tr. from Russian
by A. Brown. London, Elek, 1965. 256 p.
A satirical description of Russia, Germany, England and France in
the late twenties, seen through the eyes of a little Jewish tailor.
E
isenberg
, A
zr iel
,
ed. The golden land. London, Yoseloff, 1965. 480 p.
An anthology on Jewish life in America.