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ew ish
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on
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B
ooks
K
isch
, G
u ido
.
The Jews in medieval Germany; a study of their legal and social
status. New York, Ktav, 1970. 655 p.
The sources and scope of medieval Jewry-Law is treated extensively
in this definitive work, first published in 1949.
K
l e in
, M
a r t in
.
Paul Ehrenfest: the making of a theoretical physicist. New
York, American Elsevier, 1971.
K
ogos
, F
red
.
1001 Yiddish proverbs. New York, Citadel Press, 1970. 158 p.
K
ollek
, T
eddy
,
and
P
ear lm an
, M
o she
.
Pilgrims to the Holy Land. New
York, Harper &Row, 1970. 207 p.
The story of pilgrimage through the ages.
K
orn
, B
ertram
W. Jews of Mobile, Alabama, 1763-1841. Cincinnati, Hebrew
Union College, 1970. 63 p.
K
ruger
, M
ollee
.
Unholy writ: Jewish poems for the non-neurotic. Bethesda,
Md., Maryben Books, 1970. 99 p.
K
u bl in
, H
ym a n
,
ed. Jews in old China: some western views. New York, Par-
agon ,1971.295 p.
Reprinted studies from various sources.
------------------ . Studies of the Chinese Jews: selection from journals east and
west. New York, Paragon, 1971. 218 p.
Monographs reprinted from periodicals.
K
u rzm an
, D
a n
.
Genesis 1948: the first Arab-Israeli War. Cleveland, World,
1970. 750. p.
L
and is
, B
ernard
,
and
T
auber
, E
dward
S., eds. In the name of life: essays
in honor of Erich Fromm. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1971,
288 p.
L
a
R
ue
, G
erald
A .
Babylon and the Bible. Grand Rapids, Baker Book House,
1969. 86 p.
L
a ur in
, R
obert
B. Contemporary Old Testament theologians. Valley Forge,
Pa., Judson Press, 1970. 223 p.
L
each
, E
dm un d
R
onald
.
Claude Levi-Strauss. New York, Viking, 1970. 142 p.
L
ebeson
, A
n ita
L
ib m a n
.
Recall to life: Jewish women in America. New York,
Yoseloff, 1970. 352 p.
L
ee
, S
am u e l
J
am e s
.
Moses of the new world: the work of Baron de Hirsch.
New York, Yoseloff, 1970. 313 p.
L
endva i
, P
a u l
.
Anti-Semitism without Jews: communist Eastern Europe. Gar-
den City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971. 393 p.
Traces the development of anti-semitism in Eastern Europe whereby
the Kremlin encouraged anti-semitism in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hun-
gary and Rumania.
L
erner
, W
arr en
.
Karl Radek: the last internationalist. Stanford, Calif., Stan-
ford University, 1970. 242 p.
L
essing
, E
r ich
.
The Bible: history and culture of a people. New York, Herder
and Herder, 1970. 325 p.
An album of 115 color photos with four essays by known Old Testa-
ment scholars.