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M u n k , P e t e r .
That wilderness is a
c r y ?
London, P. Dawnay, 1966. 288 p.
A novel set against the background of the birth of Israel.
N a u m a n n , B e r n d .
report on the proceedings against Robert
Mulka and others before the court of Frankfurt, London, Pall Mall,
1966. 433 p.
Naumann covered the Auschwitz trial for the
Frankfur ter Al l geme ine
Ze i tung .
This book, a slightly condensed version of his report, is a vital
document on the horror of Auschwitz.
P o l i a k o v , L e o n .
The history of anti-Semitism: vol. I. Trans, from French
by R. Howard. London, Elek, 1966. 340 p.
A fundamental study of anti-Semitism.
P o o l , D a v i d
T a m a r d e S o l a .
Is there an answer? an inquiry into some
human dilemmas. London, Yoseloff, 1966. 206 p.
P r i t t i e , T e r e n c e .
Israel: miracle in the desert. London, Pall Mall, 1967.
280 p.
Besides being a comprehensive study of the State of Israel—its poli-
tics, economy and society—this book describes the history of Israel’s
formation, her place in the Middle East and in the world today, and
the prospects of her future.
R a b i n , C h a im ,
Y a d i n , Y i g a e l ,
eds. Aspects of the Dead Sea scrolls: 2nd
ed. Oxford, University Press; Jerusalem, Magnes Press, 1966. 292p.
(Scripta Hierosolymitana Series)
R i n g g r e n , H e l m e r .
Israelite religion. London, S.P.C.K., 1966. 352 p.
The development of Israel’s faith from the First Temple through the
Second Commonwealth.
R o b e r t , M a r t h e .
The psychoanalytic revolution: Sigmund Freud’s life
and achievement. Trans, by Kenneth Morgan. London, Allen & Unwin,
1967. 396 p.
R o s e n z w e i g , F r a n z .
On Jewish learning. Ed. by N.N. Glatzer. Trans, from
German by W. Wolf. London, Bailey Bros., 1966. 128 p.
Three essays on adult Jewish education.
R o t h , C e c i l ,
ed. The standard Jewish encyclopedia:
r e v .
ed. London, W.H.
Allen, 1966. 1,978 p.
R u n e s , D a g o b e r t D .
The Jew and the cross. London, Britons, 1966. 92 p.
Christianity’s responsibility for anti-Semitism.
R u s h m o r e , R o b e r t .
The life of George Gershwin. London, Collier-Mac-
Millan, 1966. 177 p.
S a c h s , A l b i e .
The jail diary of . . . London, Harvill,
1 9 6 6 . 2 8 5 p .
The author was imprisoned in South Africa for anti-apartheid activ-
S a d e h , P i n h a s .
Life as a parable. Trans, from Hebrew by Richard Flantz.
London, Blond, 1966. 368 p.
Autobiography of an Israeli poet, written at the age of 27, who
abandoned his homeland and sought a new life in the diaspora. It is
a confused man’s story.
S c h e c h t e r , S o l o m o n .
Studies in Judaism. London, Harper & Row, 1966.
268 p. (Harper Torchbooks)