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H
eer
, F
riedr ich
.
God’s first love. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969. 560
p .
The Catholic Church and persecution of the Jews.
H
ildebrand
,
D.
v o n
.
Trojan horse in the city of God. London, Britons Publish­
ing Co., 1968. 248 p.
An anti-semitic work about the declarations of the Vatican Council, II.
H
orovitz
,
B. Jewish faith in our time. Manchester, Torah Publications, 1968.
100 p.
H
udson
, D
arr il
.
The ecumencial movement in world affairs. London, Weiden­
feld & Nicolson, 1969. 286 p.
A survey of the Protestant churches’ role in world affairs since the
Hague peace conference in 1907. Among the many actions undertaken
is the problem of Jewish refugees from Nazi persecution. In this context
Prof. Hudson remarks: “Among all the organizations expounding
Christian love and Christian service the International Missionary Council
was the only one to call for a Christian response.”
H
yde
,
H.
M
ontgom ery
.
Strong for service: the life of Lord Nathan of Churt.
London, W. H. Allen, 1968. 280 p.
Biography of the first Lord Nathan, who, in addition to public service,
was a well-known Anglo-Jewish leader.
J
acobs
,
D. Israel. London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1968. 128 p. Illus. with
photographs by Kees Scherer.
J
acobs
, L
ou is
.
Faith: a Jewish approach. London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1968.
240 p.
Jewish year book, 1969. Ed. by Michael Wallach. London, Jewish Chronicle,
1969. 333 p.
Standard reference work.
The Jewish travel guide: 1969. By “Green Flag.” London, Jewish Chronicle,
1969. 312 p.
K
a h n
, L
oth ar
.
Mirrors of the Jewish mind. London, W. H. Allen, 1969.
272 p.
A literary critic examines works of leading Jewish authors (Koestler,
Brod, Fleg, Feuchtwanger, Zweig, Schwarz-Bart, E. Wiesel, P. Weiss)
in a study of Jewish identity.
K
atz
, K
arl
, K
a h a n e
,
P. P., and
B
roshi
, M
agen
.
From the beginning. London,
Weidenfeld &Nicolson, 1968. 282 p.
A presentation of the treasures of the Israel Museum with a detailed
description of each department.
K
atz
, S
am u e l
.
Days of fire. London, W. H. Allen, 1968. 317 p.
The secret history of the Irgun Zvai Leumi, the underground military
organization of Jews in Palestine who fought against the British.
K
edour ie
, E
l ie
.
The Chatham House version and other Middle Eastern
studies. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969. 320 p.
Collected essays dealing with the subject from the beginning of the
last century.
K
err
, M
alcolm
.
The Arab cold war, 1958-1967: 2nd ed. London, Oxford
University Press, 1967. 169 p. (Chatham House^pssays, 10).