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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
176
An appreciation of Israel by a Jewish labor member of Par-
liament.
K
ehr
, H
elen
,
ed.
The W iener L ibrary catalogue series no. 5: preju -
dice, racist
religious
nationalist.
London, Vallentine, Mitchell,
for the Institute of Contemporary History, 1971. 385 p.
K
eller
, W
erner
.
D iaspora: post-b ib lica l history of the Jews.
Trans.
by R. and C. Winston. London, Pitman, 1972. 470 p.
K
ossoff
, D
av id
.
The voices of Massada.
London, Vallentine, Mitchell,
1973. 244 p. Illustrated.
The story of the Jews’ last stand at Massada.
K
urzm an
, D
a n
.
Genesis 1948: the first A rab / Israeli war.
London, Val-
lentine, Mitchell, 1972. 768 p.
K
utcher
, A
rt
.
The new Jerusalem.
London, Thames and Hudson,
1972. 128 p.
Plans for the rebuilding of the Old City and East Jerusalem.
L
andau
,
J. M., ed.
Man , state and society in con temporary M idd le
East.
London, Pall Mall, 1972. 560 p.
Papers presenting many points of view on problems of the Arab
world.
L
e hm a n
, R
uth
P., ed.
Anglo-Jewish b ibliography 1937-1970:
2nd ed.
London, Jewish Historical Society, 1973. 364 p.
L
endvai
, P
a u l
.
Anti-Sem itism in Eastern Europe.
London, Macdonald,
1972. 393 p.
L
esberg
, S
a ndy
.
A t the table of Israel.
London, Tom Stacey, 1973.
240 p.
Cookbook.
L
ev in
, S
almond
S.,
ed.
A century of Anglo-Jewish life 1870-1970: lec-
tures to commemorate the centenary of the Un ited Synagogue.
London, 1973. 132 p.
L
evy
, A
brah am
.
The Sephardim: a prob lem of survival.
London, 1972.
46 p.
L
ew is
, B
ernard
.
Islam in history: ideas, men and even ts in the M id-
d ie East.
London, Alcove Press, 1973. 349 p.
Discusses also Arab antisemitism.
L
ightman
, S.,
ed.
Jewish travel gu ide , 1972.
London, Jewish Chroni-
cle, 1972. 312 p.
L
ind
, J
akov
.
Numbers ,
London, Cape, 1972. 140 p.
Autobiography.
L
itv ino ff
, B
arnett
,
ed.
Chaim Weizmann: letters and papers: vo l. 3.
London, Oxford University Press, 1972. 458 p.
L
itv ino ff
, E
m a n u e l
.
D eath ou t of season.
London, Michael Joseph,
1973. 158 p.
First part of a fictional trilogy set in Warsaw, St. Petersburg
and the East End of London.