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R
o d in son
, M
a x im e
.
Israel and the Arabs. London, Penguin, 1968. 239 p.
Pro-Arab study.
R
o sen
, M
icha el
.
Backbone. London, Faber, 1968. 93 p.
Won the prize for the best original full-length play in 1968 Sunday
Times National Student Drama Festival. The play centers round the
difficult courtship of a Jewish boy and a Protestant girl.
R
o se nh e im
, Y
aakov
.
The history of Agudath Israel: the Yaakov Rosenheim
memorial anthology. London, Keren Hatorah Committee, 1968. 182 p.
R
oston
, M u r r a y .
Biblical drama in England. London, Faber,
1968 . 335 p .
R
oth
, C
ec il
.
Gleanings: essays in Jewish history, letters and art. London,
Vallentine, Mitchell, 1968. 321 p.
R
ussell
of
L
iverpool
, L
ord
.
Return of the swastika. London, Hale, 1968.
197 p.
Reviews the events of the past 21 years, during which definite signs of
a revival of Nazism have become evident in Germany and covers the
Naumann Plot, re-employment of active Nazis in civil service, ju­
diciary, etc.
S
ear ight
, S
a rah
.
The British in the Middle East. London, Weidenfeld &
Nicolson, 1969. 228 p.
S
hort
,
C. The swastika rises. London, Four Square Books, 1968. 128 p.
S
inger
, I
saac
B
ashevis
.
The manor. London, Seeker & Warburg, 1968.
Novel.
S
olzhen itsyn
, A
lexand er
.
Cancer war: part II. London, Bodley Head, 1969.
288 p.
Account of the suppression of intellectuals (among them Jews) in the
Soviet Union.
S
tern
, H
enry
A. Wanderings among the Falashas in Abyssinia, together with
a description of the country and its various inhabitants: 2nd ed. London
F. Cass, 1968. 322 p.
Facsimile edition of the first, 1862 edition of a work by a German
Jewish convert to Christianity who worked as a missionary in Ethiopia
and discovered the Jewish tradition of the Falashas, with a new in­
troduction by Robert L. Hess.
S
torr
, C
a th er in e
.
The merciful Jew. London, Barrie & Rockcliff, 1968. 224 p.
Novel.
T
eveth
S
h a b ta i
.
The tanks of Tammuz. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson,
1969. 304 p.
An eye-witness account of the devastating victory won by Israel’s Ar­
moured Corps in the 1967 Six Day War. The most important aspect of
this book is that the author analyzes the effect this victory had upon the
young Israeli soldiers.
T
sur
, J
acob
.
Sunrise in Zion. Trans, by V. M. Macdonald. London, Allen &
Unwin, 1968, 296 p.
An autobiography.
V
ermes
, G
eza
.
The Dead Sea scrolls in English. Trans, from Hebrew. London,
Penguin, 1968. 258 p.