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The Jewish mystique. New York, Stein & Day, 1969.
252 p.
A psychologist’s insights into Jewish behavior and ethnological traits.
a c o h e n
, D
e v o r a
e n a h e m
One people; the story of the Eastern
Jews. New York, Sabra, 1970. 195 p.
A description of Jewish life in Asia.
a l p e r i n
, D
o n
A. The ancient synagogues in the Iberian peninsula. Gaines-
ville, University of Florida, 1969. 86 p.
A study tracing the development of the architectural form of the syn-
agogue in relation to the buildings found in Spain.
a l p e r n
, B
e n
The idea
o f
the Jewish state. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard
University, 1969. 493 p.
A revised and enlarged edition.
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, Y
e h o s h a f a t
Time bomb in the Middle East. New York, Friend-
ship Press, 1969. 96 p.
An analysis of Arab-Jewish relations by a brigadier in the Army of
a r r i s o n
, R
o l a n d
K. Introduction to the Old Testament. Grand Rapids,
Mich., Eerdmans, 1969. 1,352 p.
Includes a comprehensive review of modern Biblical studies with a
supplement on the Apocrypha.
a s l e r
, A
l f r e d
A .
The lifeboat is full; Switzerland and the refugees, 1933-
1945. New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1969. 366 p.
The difficulties Jewish refugees encountered as they tried to escape
from Nazi persecution. Trans, from German by Charles L. Markmann.
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, E
s t h e r
The endless steppe. New York, Crowell, 1970. 243 p.
An account of childhood in Siberia.
e l l m a n
, G
e n e
S. Benjamin N. Cardoza, American judge. New York, Rus-
sell & Russell, 1969. 339 p.
A reprint of the biography published in 1940.
e n t o f f
, N
a t
ed. Black anti-Semitism and Jewish racism. New York,
Baron, 1969. 237 p.
e r t z
, F
r i e d r i c h
Race and civilization. Trans, by A. S. Levetus and
W. Entz. New York, Ktav, 1970. 328 p.
i n d u s
, M
i l t o n
ed. The old East Side. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1969. 301 p.
Observations culled from many writers like Abraham Cahan, Lillian
Wald, Jacob Epstein, Harry Golden, Henry Roth and others.
i r s c h
, D
a v id
i n h o r n
. R a b b i E m i l
H i r s c h , t h e r e f o r m a d v o c a t e .
C h i c a g o , W h i t e h a l l ,
1969. 191 p.
A biography and selection from the writings of the famous rabbi of
Chicago’s Sinai Congregation, edited by his son.
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, B
a r u c h
The fiction of S. Y. Agnon. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell Uni-
versity, 1970. 206 p.
An attempt to evaluate the writings of the Nobel prize winner in
relation to the Jewish historical and literary tradition and the qualities
of his narration in terms of modern literary development.
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