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B
y
E
l iz a b e t h
E . E
p p l e r
A
braham s
,
I. Campaigns in Palestine from Alexander the Greek. London,
Zeno Publishers, 1968. 55 p.
A
dam s
, M
icha el
.
Chaos or rebirth: the Arab outlook. London, BBC Publica­
tions, 1968. 177 p.
The author, a firm believer in the Arab case, argues that the establish­
ment of the State of Israel was a grave injustice, aggravated by Israeli
victories in successive wars.
A
llegro
,
J. M. with
A
nderson
,
A. A. Discoveries in the Judean Desert of
Jordan, V. Qumran Cave 4. London, Oxford University Press, 1968. I l l p.
The anti-Jewish campaign in present-day Poland. London, Institute of Jewish
Affairs, 1968. 80 p.
A
v iner i
, S
h l o m o
.
The social and political thought
o f
Karl Marx. Cambridge,
University Press, 1968. 268 p.
The author argues that there is no gap between the young and the
old Marx and that the dilemmas of later Marxist theoreticians were
caused by Hegelian philosophy.
A
v i
-Y
o n a h
, M
icha el
,
ed.
A
history of the Holy Land. London, Weidenfeld &
Nicolson, 1969. 320 p.
A
vnery
, U
r i
.
Israel without Zionists. London, Collier-Macmillan, 1968. 215 p.
Describing himself as a Hebrew nationalist, the author makes revolu­
tionary proposals for the Middle East: a federation of Israel and a new
Arab Republic of Palestine and the creation of a Semitic confederacy of
all states of the Middle East.
B
alcon
, S
ir
M
icha el
.
A lifetime of films. London, Hutchinson Publishing
Group, 1969. 240 p.
An autobiography.
B
artoszewski
, W
ladyslaw
,
and
L
ew in
, Z
o f ia
,
eds. Righteous among the
nations: how Poles helped the Jews, 1939-1945. London,
B .
Swiderski,
1969. 836 p.
Both editors are Jews.
B
ar
-Z
ohar
, M
icha el
.
The avengers. London, Arthur Barker, 1968. 228
p .
Account of the pursuit of Nazi criminals after World War II.
B
e n
-A
bba
, D
ov
,
and
G
a l il i
, I
srael
.
Israeli album: devoted to the Promised
Land. London, New English Library, 1968. 100 p. 126 illus.
B
ezym ensk i
, L
ev
.
The death of Adolf Hitler: unknown documents from
Soviet Archives. London, Michael Joseph, 1968. 114 p.
The author, who served on Marshal Zhukov’s staff during the siege
of Berlin, now publishes the official Soviet documents and photographs
relating to the autopsy of Hitler and his entourage, whose bodies were
found in the chancellery bunker in Berlin.
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