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The author revisited his native Russia in 1967 when he was able to
observe the changes that had taken place. He writes about the reactions
to the Middle East crisis.
W i l l n e r , D o r o t h y .
Nation-building and community in Israel. London, Ox-
ford University Press, 1969. 448 p.
Z i e g l e r , P h i l i p .
The black death. London, Collins, 1969. 319 p.
One of the greatest calamities in mid-fourteenth century Europe was
the Black Death which had dreadful far-reaching effects, not least upon
the Jews.
Z i e m i a n , J o s e p h .
The cigarette sellers of Three Crosses Square. London,
Vallentine, Mitchell, 1970. 162 p.
Children in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Z w e i g , F e r d y n a n d .
Israel: the sword and the harp: the mystique of vio-
lence and the mystique of redemption. London, Heinemann, 1969,
326 p.
A sociologist’s view of the many internal and external conflicts with
which Israel society is beset.
Z y l b e r b e r g , M i c h a e l .
A Warsaw diary, 1939-1945. London, Vallentine,
Mitchell, 1969. 224 p.
The author who lived in Warsaw and in neighbouring villages from
1939 to 1945 recounts his experiences.