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e w i s h
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S
m i t h
, W
i l l ia m
R
o b e r t s o n
.
Lectures on the religion of the Semites; the
fundamental institutions. Additional notes by Stanley A. Cook. New
York, Ktav, 1969. 27,718 p.
This reprint of the 1927 revised edition contains a new prolegomenon
by James Muilenberg.
S
o k o l o w
, N
a h u m
.
History of Zionism, 1600-1918. New York, Ktav, 1969.
2 vols. in 1.
A richly illustrated volume with a new introduction by Arthur Hertz-
berg.
S
o l t e s
, A
v r a h a m
.
Off the willows. New York, Bloch, 1970. 311 p.
The story of the rebirth of modern Jewish music and its most illu-
trious composers and performers.
S
o u s t e l l e
, J
a c q u e s
.
The long march of Israel. New York, American Heri-
tage, 1969. 254 p.
The French statesman’s sympathetic survey of the history of Israel
since 1948.
S
o y e r
, R
a p h a e l
.
Self-revealment; a memoir. New York, Maecenas Press-
Random House, 1969. 117 p,
An intimate journal (1967-1968) depicting the American Jewish
artist’s life and work with reproductions of a number of his paintings.
S
t e r n
,
J.
R
o b e r t
.
The Oppenheimer case: security on trial. New York,
Harper & Row, 1969. 591 p.
A thorough investigation of J. Robert Oppenheimer’s political views
and the circumstances which led his enemies to use the federal security
system to punish him for his personal beliefs when he opposed the
development of the H-bomb.
S
t r a u s s
, H
e r b e r t
,
and
R
e i s s n e r
, H
a n n s
G., eds. Jubilee volume dedi-
cated to Curt C. Silberman, New York, American Federation of Jews
from Central Europe, 1970. 132 p.
----------. Conference on Anti-Semitism. New York, American Federation of
Jews from Central Europe, 1969. 132 p.
S
u h l
, Y
u r i
.
Eloquent crusader: Ernestine Rose. New York, Julian Messner,
1970. 191 p.
A biography of a Jewish social reformer.
S
u l z b e r g e r
, C
y r u s
L. A long row of candles; memoirs and diaries (1934-
1954). New York, Macmillan, 1969. 1080 p.
Insight into events by the
New York Times
correspondent for the
twenty year period.
S
y r k i n
, M
a r i e
.
Golda Meir: a nation’s leader. New York, Putnam, 1969.
A biographical review of the Prime Minister’s career beginning with
her childhood in Russia and the years in the United States, culminating
in her work for the Jewish state and its rebirth.
S
z a j k o w s k y
, Z
o s a
.
Jews and the French Revolutions of 1789, 1830 and
1848. New York, Ktav, 1970. 1161 p.
A study of documents and historical events revealing the Jewish part
in European life and politics.
T
a d m o r
, J
o s h u a
.
The silent warriors. New York, Macmillan, 1969. 189
p .
A journalist who was an officer of the Haganah and took part in