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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
Baron, Sa lo
W
ittm ayer
.
Steeled by adversity; essays and addresses on Ameri­
can Jewish life. Ed. by Jeannette Meisel Baron. Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society,
1971. 729
p.
B
auer
, J
ohann
.
Kafka and Prague. New York, Praeger, 1971. 191 p.
B
aumer
, F
ranz
.
Franz Kafka. New York, Ungar, 1971. 122 p.
The literary background of Franz Kafka and incidents of his youth
and education.
B
eaucamp
, E
vode
.
Prophetic intervention in the history of man. Staten Island,
N. Y., Alba House. 1971. 230 p.
B
en
A
mos
, D
an
and
M
intz
, J
erome
R. In praise of the Baal Shem Tov.
Bloomington, Indiana University, 1970. 352 p.
English translation of the
Shivche HaBesht,
the earliest collection of
legends about the life of the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidism.
B
en
-G
urion
, D
avid
.
Israel: a personal history. Trans, by Nechemia Meyers
and Uzy Nystar. New York, Funk and Wagnalls, 1971. 862 p.
Israel’s first Prime Minister interprets the great events of his people.
--------- . Letters to Paula. Trans, by Aubrey Hodes. Pittsburgh, University of
Pittsburgh,
1972. 259 p.
Letters written by Ben-Gurion to his wife from 1918 to 1939.
B
elgisch
I
sraelitsch
W
eekblad
.
European travel guide for Jews. Antwerp,
1971. 148 p.
About Jewish communities and historical sites and hints for the
traveller.
B
erger
, J
oseph
.
Nothing but the truth. New York, John Day, 1971. 286 p.
One of the founders of the Communist party in Palestine describes his
years of imprisonment in Soviet Russia and his political activity there
and in the Near East.
B
erger
, M
aurice
.
Voyage to Israel. Philadelphia, Whitmore, 1971. 108 p.
Personal experiences of a traveller.
B
erlin
, C
harles
,
ed. Index to Festchriften in Jewish studies. New York, Ktav,
1971. 364 p.
Author and subject list of 6700 articles in all areas of Jewish scholar­
ship contained in 243 volumes, compiled by the Lee M. Friedman Bib­
liographer in Judaica, Harvard College Library.
--------- . Studies in Jewish bibliography, history and literature in honor of
I. Edward Kiev. New York, Ktav, 1971. 740 p.
Forty-two essays in honor of the Librarian of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, contributed by leading modern
scholars in America, Israel and Europe.
B
ermant
, C
h a im
.
The cousinhood. New York, Macmillan, 1972. 466 p.
Insights into the leading families of London: Rothschild, Warburg,
Samuel, Sassoon and others.
B
ernheimer
, C
harles
S., ed. The Russian Jew in the United States: studies
of social conditions in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, with a de­
scription of rural settlements. New York, J. S. Ozer, 1971. 426 p.
Reprint of 1905 edition.