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F r i e d m a n n , M e i r ,
ed. Commentary on the order of service for the first two
nights of the passover. (Hebrew). London, Gregg International, 1970.
118 p.
F u r l o n g e , S i r G e o f f r e y .
Palestine is my country: the story of Musa Alami.
London, John Murray, 1969. 242 p.
Musa Alami, a Palestinian Arab landowner, lawyer, political thinker
and philanthropist, established after the 1948 war a farming project in
the Jordan Valley where he sought to rehabilitate Arab refugee youths.
G a r y , R o m a i n .
The dance of Genghis Cohn. London, Jonathan Cape, 1969.
244 p.
Novel centered around a former SS officer haunted by the spirit of a
Jew he had killed.
G e r s h o n , K a r e n .
Postscript: a collective account of the lives of Jews in
West Germany since the Second World War. London, Gollancz, 1969.
191 p.
The author made a study of German and other Jews who, after the
war, returned to Germany and now form the Jewish community there.
G i l b e r t , J o h n .
Famous Jewish lives. London, Odhams, 1970. 320
p .
G o l d m a n n , N a h u m .
Memories. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1970.
358 p.
Autobiography of the president of the World Jewish Congress.
G l u b b ,
Pasha (Sir John Glubb). The Middle East crisis: a personal inter-
pretation. London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1969. 62 p.
Updated edition of the pro-Arab arguments put forward by the
author.
G l u b b , S i r J o h n B a g o t .
A short history
o f
the Arab peoples. London, Hod-
der &Stoughton, 1969. 318 p.
Of special note are the last chapters dealing with the rise of Arab
nationalism.
H a s w e l l , J. H. W.
An introduction to the
Holy
Land. London, Duckworth,
1969. 140 p.
H a y w a r d ,
M., and
F l e t c h e r , W i l l i a m C . ,
eds. Religion and the Soviet
state: a dilemma of power. London, Pall Mall, 1969. 200 p.
Discusses Judaism as well.
H e e r , F r i e d r i c h .
God,s first love. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1970.
560 p.
The responsibility of the Christian Churches for the mass murder of
Jews over the centuries.
H e n r i q u e s , R o b e r t .
From a biography of myself. London, Seeker & War-
burg, 1969. 193 p.
H o d s o n , L e i g h t o n .
William Golding. Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd, 1969.
116 p.
Biographical study and literary appreciation of the Anglo-Jewish
writer.
H o l l i s , C h r i s t o p h e r ,
and
B r o w n r i g g , R o n a l d .
Holy places. London,
Weidenfeld &Nicolson, 1969. 224 p.
Jewish, Christian and Moslem monuments in the Holy Land.
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