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The autobiography of a physician who came to America early in the
century from Russia.
L
a m m
, N
o r m a n
.
The royal reach: discourses on the Jewish tradition and the
world today. New York, Philipp Feldheim, 1970. 339 p.
Sermons on Torah, ethics, Israel, philosophy and the family, by the
rabbi of the Jewish Center of New York.
L
a n d a u
, J
a c o b
M. Jews in 19th century Egypt. New York, New York Uni-
versity, 1969. 350 p.
A study based on documents, rabbinical works and contemporary
publications.
L
a p i d u s
, I
r a
M., ed. Middle Eastern cities; a symposium on ancient, Islamic
and contemporary Middle Eastern urbanism. Berkeley, University of
California, 1969. 206 p.
L
a p p
, P
a u l
H. Biblical archaeology and history. Cleveland, World, 1969.
129 p.
A survey of recent discoveries and their historical value.
L
a q u e u r
, W
a l t e r
.
The struggle for the Middle East: the Soviet Union and
the Middle East 1958-68. New York, Macmillan, 1969. 384 p.
----------. The Israel-Arab reader; a documentary history of the Middle East
conflict. New York, Macmillan, 1969.
L
a r t ig u y
, J
e a n
.
The walls of Israel. Foreword by Moshe Dayan. New York,
M. Evans, 1970. 240 p.
A French journalist’s account of the leaders and men composing
Israel’s armed forces and the achievements of the Six Day War.
L
a t o u r
, A
n n y
.
The resurrection of Israel. Cleveland, World, 1969. 320
p .
A former member of the Jewish underground during the second world
war presents a history of Zionism from accounts of early pioneering,
memoirs and personal interviews with people involved in the birth of
the Jewish state.
L
a u t e r b a c h
, J
a c o b
Z. Studies in Jewish law, custom and folklore. Selected
with an introduction by Bernard
J .
Bamberger. New York, Ktav, 1970.
253 p.
Collected articles on the origins of Jewish ceremonies and customs by
the late professor of Talmud at the Hebrew Union College.
L
a w r e n c e
, G
u n t h e r
.
Three million more? Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday.
1970. 214 p.
On the plight of Soviet Jewry.
L
e b o u c h e r
, F
e r n a n d e
.
Incredible mission. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday
1969. 165 p.
The rescue of the Jews in France and Italy during World War II .
Trans, by J. F. Bernard.
L
e e d s
, B
a r r y
H. The structured vision of Norman Mailer. New York, New
York University, 1969. 260 p.
An examination of Mailer’s fiction and his concern with the plight of
the individual and an appraisal of his non-fiction writing.
L
e f t w i c h
, J
o s e p h
,
ed. The way we think; a collection of essays from the
Yiddish. New York, Yoseloff, 1969. 2 vols.