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C a r t e r , R i c h a r d .
Breakthrough: the saga of Jonas Salk. New York, Trident,
1966. 435 p.
The story of Dr. Salk’s scientific contribution to modern medicine
which led to his discovery of the Salk polio vaccine.
C e n t r a l C o n f e r e n c e
o f
A m e r i c a n R a b b i s Y e a r b o o k : v o l .
LXXVI. Ed.
b y S i d n e y
L.
R e g n e r ,
New
Y o r k , C e n t r a l C o n f e r e n c e o f A m e r i c a n R a b -
b i s ,
1966. 306
p .
The proceedings of the convention held in Toronto, Canada, and
papers and studies presented.
C h a r n o f s k y , M i c h a e l .
Jewish life in the Ukraine: a family saga. New
York, Exposition, 1965. 277 p.
A personal account.
C o h e n , G e u l a .
Woman of violence: memoirs of a young terrorist. Trans,
from Hebrew by Hillel Halkin. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston,
1966. 275 p.
The account of the activities of a member of the Stern Group during
Israel’s fight for independence.
C o h e n , I s r a e l .
An anthology of Hebrew essays. Tel Aviv, Institute for the
Translation of Hebrew Literature, 1966. 486 p. 2 vols.
Selections from the works of modern Israeli writers.
C o h n , N o r m a n .
Warrant for genocide: the myth of the Jewish world con-
spiracy and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. New York, Harper &
Row, 1967. 303 p.
How this forged document provided the ideology for international
waves of antisemitism and prepared the way for the near-extermination
of European Jews by the Nazis.
C o l o d n e r , S o l o m o n .
Classroom management. New York, Jewish Educa-
tion Committee, 1966. 70 p.
A philosophy of Jewish education and a guide for teachers in Jewish
schools.
The condition of Jewish belief. New York, Macmillan, 1967. 288 p.
Responsa by 38 orthodox, conservative and reform American rabbis
and theologians to five questions about belief and the state of Judaism
today, originally published in
C omm en tary
magazine.
D a v i d s o n , E u g e n e .
The trial of the Germans: Nuremberg 1945-1946. New
York, Macmillan, 1967. 636 p.
An account of the proceedings against twenty-two defendants at the
International Military Tribunal prosecuting war crimes.
D a w i d o w i c z , L u c y
S. The golden tradition: Jewish life and thought in
Eastern Europe. New York, Holt. Rinehart & Winston, 1967. 502 p.
Selections from the writings of famous figures whose origins in East
European Jewish cultural life were closely related to the impact they
made on the changing society in the western world.
D a y a n , M o s h e .
Diary of
t h e
Sinai campaign. New York, Harper & Row,
1966. 236 p.
The personal account of the battle against the Egyptian and the
Arab forces during the 1956 battles which Israel engaged in.
D e G r a z i a , A l f r e d ,
ed. The Velikovsky affair: the warfare of science and
scientism. New Hyde Park, N.Y., University Books, 1966. 260 p.
A collections of papers which discussed Immanuel Velikovsky’s theories
which he advanced in his book
W orlds in Collision.