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A b e r b a c h , M o s e s .
The Roman-Jewish war (66-70 G.E.). London, Jewish
Quarterly and R. Golub, 1966. 80 p.
A g n o n , S h m u e l Y o s e f .
Tales: Betrothed and Edo and Enam. Trans,
by Walter Lerner. London, Gollancz, 1966. 237 p.
Sophisticated stories by Israel’s Nobel laureate.
A h a r o n i , Y o h a n a n .
Land of the Bible. London, Burns & Oates, 1966. 384
p. 34 maps.
An historical geography.
A l l e n , R o b e r t .
Arnold Frank of Hamburg. London, Clarke, 1966. 224 p.
Biography of a Jewish convert, who worked as a missionary to the
Jews, was president of the Hebrew Christian Alliance and a Zionist at
heart, attended the first Zionist Congress and did whatever he could
to save Jews from the holocaust.
A l t , A l b r e c h t .
Essays on Old Testatment history and religion. Trans, from
German by R.A. Wilson. Oxford, Blackwell, 1966. 274 p.
A r o n , R o b e r t .
The God of the beginnings. Trans, from French by F.
Frenaye. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1966. 244 p.
Relying on the Bible, Talmud and Midrash and archaeology, the
author presents a unique study of the gods of pre-history and the God
of the Old Testament.
B a e c k , L e o .
Judaism and Christianity. London, Harper & Row, 1966. 200
p. (Harper Torchbooks)
A collection of writings on the relations between Jews and Christians.
B a r e a , I l s a .
Vienna: legend and reality. London, Seeker and Warburg, 1966.
384 p.
An account of Viennese life in the 18th and 19th century with many
references to the Jewish question.
M i c h e l .
The hunt for German scientists:
1967. 207
The “round-up” of German scientists, secret weapons, documents
and industrial secrets by the Allies.
B e a , A u g u s t i n C a r d i n a l .
The Church and the Jewish people. Trans, from
Italian by P. Loretz. London, Chapman, 1966. 172 p.
A commentary on the Second Vatican Council’s Declaration on the
Relation of the Church and Non-Christian Religions including text of
the Declaration and Cardinal Bea’s addresses to the Council.