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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
K
im ch e
, D
avid
,
and
B
aw ly
, D
a n
.
The sandstorm. London, Seeker
8c
Warburg.
1968. 379 p.
Covers the political prelude to the war, the war itself, and the sub­
sequent developments during the uneasy cease-fire.
K
irst
, H
ans
H
e lm u t
.
Camp 7: last stop. Trans, by M. Brownjohn. London,
Collins, 1969. 320 p.
Documentary novel about a denazification camp where Germans and
Americans reveal their sympathies during a hunt for a war criminal
among them.
K
ishon
, E
ph r a im
.
Unfair to Goliath. London, Andre Deutsch, 1968. 232 p.
Humoristic reflections on the Six-Day War.
K
ollek
, T
eddy
and
P
e ar lm an
, M
o she
.
Jerusalem, sacred city of mankind: a
history of forty centuries. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 283 p.
An illustrated history of Jerusalem from earliest times to the Six-
Day War.
K
ung
, H
an s
.
The church. Trans, from German by Ray and Rosaleen
Ockenden. London, Burnes 8c Oates, 1967. 515 p.
The professor of theology at the University of Tubingen, one of the
most progressive Catholic scholars, provides a comprehensive picture of
the nature of the Catholic Church. He deals at great length with its
relationship to the Jewish people both before and after Vatican II.
L
agerkvist
, P
ar
.
Mariamne. London. Chatto
8c
Windus, 1968. 80 p.
Historical novel.
L
am pe
, D a v id .
The last ditch. London, Cassel,
1968 . 2 4 0 p .
The official German plans for the invasion of Britain and the organi­
zation of British resistance, 1940-1944.
L
andau
, J
acob
.
The Arabs in Israel. London, Oxford University Press, for
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1969. 301 p.
A study of the political behavior of the Arab minority in Israel up to
the June 1967 war. The author lays special emphasis upon the attitudes
to politics and reactions to political structures in a modern, progressive
society.
L
aqueur
, W
alter
, e d . T h e I s r a e l /A r a b r e a d e r . L o n d o n , W e id e n f e l d 8c N i ­
c o l s o n , 1 9 6 9 . 3 8 4 p .
L
a u
-
lav ie
, N
a ph t a l i
.
Moshe Dayan: a biography. London, Vallentine Mit­
chell, 1968. 223 p.
L
azare
,
B. Antisemitism. London, Britons Publishing Co., 1968. 208
p .
New edition of a classic.
L
eva i
, J
e n o
.
Hungarian Jewry and the Papacy. Trans, by
J .
F. Foster.
London, Sands, 1968. 132 p.
This work, originally published in German in 1966, is designed as a
reply to Hochhuth’s accusation that Pius XII did not help in the rescue
of the Jews.
L
ic h th e im
, G
eorge
.
The origins of socialism. London, Weidenfeld
8c
Nicolson,
1969 . 3 1 2 p .
Masterly account of the genesis of socialism, including socialist anti­
semitism.