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A
n n u a l
C
ur t is
, D
a v id
, a n d C
r a n e
, S
te ph e n
G.
D a y a n : a p i c t o r i a l b i o g r a p h y .
New
Y o r k , C i t a d e l ,
1968. 151
p .
The life of Israel’s Minister of Defense and his role in Israel’s three
wars beginning with independence in 1948.
D
a n ie l o u
, J
e a n
. D i a l o g u e w i t h I s r a e l : w i t h a r e s p o n s e b y J a c o b B . A g u s .
B a l t im o r e , H e l i c o n ,
1968. 128
p .
A modern theological dialogue between a Catholic theologian and a
rabbi.
D
a v id
, A
r t h u r
.
Moses Maimonides: the commentary to Mishnah Aboth. New
York, Block, 1968. 166 p.
An English translation with notes of the Mishnah text and the com­
mentary.
D
a v id o v it c h
, D
a v id
.
The Ketuva: Jewish marriage contracts through the
ages. New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1969. 116 p.
Richly illustrated examples of the
ketubah
from European and Ori­
ental countries by the director of the Museum of Ethnography and
Folklore of Tel Aviv.
D
av ie s
, A
r th u r
T . Anti-semitism and contemporary theology. New York,
Herder, 1969.
D
av is
, N
o e l
P
h a r r
.
Lawrence and Oppenheimer. New York, Simon & Schus­
ter, 1968. 384 p.
A dual biography of two leading American scientists—Ernest O. Law­
rence and J. Robert Oppenheimer—noted for their contributions to
nuclear physics.
D
e n t o n
, R
o b e r t
C. The knowledge of God in ancient Israel. New York,
Seabury, 1968. 278 p.
The attributes of God in biblical literature concisely interpreted by
the professor of Old Testament at New York’s General Theological
Seminary.
D
eu ts ch er
, I
sa a c
.
The non-Jewish Jew. New York, Oxford University, 1969.
160 p.
Essays by a Marxist Jewish intellectual on Jews under Stalin, Zionism,
and his opinion of the state of Israel.
D
in u r
, B
en
Z
io n
.
Israel and the diaspora. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1969. 206 p.
An interpretation of Jewish nationalism and a key to the dominant
motifs in Jewish history by the professor emeritus of Jewish history
at Jerusalem’s Hebrew University. Trans, from Hebrew by Merton B.
Dugat.
D
u c k a t
, W
a l t e r
.
Beggar to king: all the occupations of Biblical times. Garden
City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1968. 327 p.
A handbook listing and describing more than 200 occupations during
biblical and post-biblical times, with additional references to Mesopota-
mian-Egyptian and Greco-Roman sources.
D
u c o v n y
, A
m r a m
.
David Ben Gurion in his own words. New York, Fleet
1969. 152 p.
Selected statements culled from the addresses and writings of Israe
first Prime Minister.