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ed. Jews and divorce. New York,
K t a v ,
1968. 208
p .
Papers on Jewish family life delivered at the conference of the Com­
mission on Synagogue Relations of the Federation of Jewish Philan­
thropies in New York.
-. Judaism and community: new directions in Jewish social work.
South Brunswick, N. J., Yoseloff, 1968. 248 p.
Addresses and lectures on Jewish communal and center work.
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Louis, ed. American Jewish organizations directory: 6th ed. New
York, Frenkel Mailing Service, 1969. 186 p.
Formerly entitled
American Synagogue Directory,
it lists names and
addresses of synagogues, organizations and other places of Jewish interest.
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H. Leo Baeck: teacher of Theresienstadt. New York,
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1968. 294 p.
A biography of the German liberal rabbi and teacher and an account
of his activities in the Terezin concentration camp.
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Wellsprings of Torah: an anthology of biblical
commentaries. Ed. by Nison L. Alpert. Trans, by Gertrude Hirschler.
New York, Judaica Press, 1969. 2 vols. 584 p.
Originally published in Yiddish, this work includes rabbinic commen­
taries and hasidic homilies.
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Mr. Theodore Mundstock. New York, Orion Press, 1968.
214 p.
The persecution of the Jews in present day Czechoslovakia. Trans,
by Iris Urwin.
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, F
r a n k
The Jewish antecedents of the Christian sacraments. New York,
Ktav, 1969. 120 p.
The origins of Christian ritual and a comparison of Jewish proselytism
with Christian conversion.
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The sacred books of the Tews. New York, Stein & Day, 1968.
300 p.
A popular introduction to Jewish literature.
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The Vatican Council and the Jews. Cleveland, World,
1968. 322 p.
An account of the meeting of the Catholic Council which began under
the auspices of the late Pope John the 23rd (1962-1965) and a discussion
of its declaration concerning non-Christian religions.
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T . Uncovering Bible times: a study in biblical archae­
ology. Minneapolis, Augsburg, 1968. 137 p.
A popular account of recent archeological discoveries in the Near East
and their importance for Biblical studies.
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, Y
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Confess, confess. Boston, Little, Brown, 1968. 304 p.
The autobiography of a young Polish Zionist who was arrested by
the Soviet secret police in 1940 and imprisoned there for eight years.
Upon his release he emigrated and settled in Israel. Trans, by Dov
Ben Abba.
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D. Introduction to the Hebrew Bible by Jacob ben
Chayim Ibn Adonijah; and the Massoreth Ha-Massoreth by Elias Levita.
New York, Ktav, 1968. 91, 307 p.