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ooks
193
C
o nw a y
,
J. S. The Nazi persecution of the churches, 1933-1945. London,
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1968. 474 p.
The attempt by the Nazis to dominate the Church of Germany. The
author is the first to use the archives of the Reich Chancellery, the Nazi
Party, the Gestapo and private papers of leading Nazis dealing with
this subject.
C
ow e n
,
Z. Isaac Isaacs. London, Oxford University Press, 1968. 282 p.
A biography.
C
ragg
, K
e n n e t h
.
The privilege of man: a theme of Judaism, Islam and
Christianity. London, Athlone Press, University of London, 1968. 208 p.
Examination of the significance of man in Jewish, Christian and
Muslim theology aimed at bringing the monotheistic religious views to
a common denominator.
D
a n ie l
, Y
u l i
.
This is Moscow speaking, and other stories. London, Collins &
Harvill Press, 1968. 159 p.
The stories are those for which Daniel was tried and condemned to
five years’ hard labour; they reflect the intellectual revolt that has
involved many of Daniel’s contemporaries.
D
an ie lou
, J
e a n
,
and
C
ho ur aq u i
, A
ndre
.
The Jews: views and counterviews.
London, Paulist Newman Press, 1968.
A Jewish-Christian dialogue.
D
avid
,
M. L. B. Jewish cooking for pleasure. London, Paul Hamlyn, 1968.
156 p.
D
avis
,
John H. The evasive peace. London, John Murray, 1968. 124 p.
Provides a factual background, argues that only if Israel cancels her
condominium with world Zionism and accepts statehood as an integral
part of the Middle East will peace be attainable.
D
aw idow icz
, L
ucy
S., ed. The golden tradition. London, Vallentine, Mitchell,
1968. 502 p.
The East European Jewish heritage.
Death of a mediator. London, Newman Neame for the Institute for Palestine
Studies, Beirut, 1968. 96 p.
Count Folke Bemadotte’s assassination in 1948.
D
eutscher
, I
saac
.
The non-Jewish Jew and other essays. Ed. with introduction
by Tamara Deutscher. London, Oxford University Press, 1968. 164 p.
Posthumously published essays by Deutscher with a biography and in­
troductory essay by his wife on “The Education of the Jewish Child.”
The unifying theme is the role of the Jew in modern society.
D
iamond
,
M. L. Martin Buber: Jewish existentialist. London, Harper & Row,
1968. 240 p.
D
ouglas
-H
om e
, C
harles
.
The Arabs and Israel. London, Bodley Head, 1968.
121 p.
The Defense Correspondent of the
London T imes
analyzes the events
that led to the Six Day War and concludes that the differences between
Israelis and Arabs can only be resolved through voluntary acceptance of
the situation by the local powers themselves, not through outside
pressure.
D
udley
,
D.
R . ,
and
L
ang
,
D.
M .,
eds. The Penguin companion to literature:
vol. 4: Classical and Byzantine, Oriental and African. London, Penguin,
1969. 361 p.
Includes Hebrew authors.