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E L I Z A B E T H E . E P P L E R
Anglo-Jewish Books
1973-1974
Abse, D an n ie .
T he dogs of Pavlov.
London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1973.
127 p.
A play by the poet and physician which raises the question
whether evil is inborn or can be induced by command in the
context of the Holocaust. A long introductory essay argues that
only those can be induced to do evil who themselves are evil.
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.Funland and other poems.
London, Hutchinson, 1973. 91 p.
Abse, L e o .
Private member.
London, Macdonald, 1973. 288 p. Illus­
trated.
Autobiography of a Jewish member of Parliament.
A l l e g r o , J o h n M a r c o .
Chosen people: study of Jewish history from
the time of the Exile until the revolt of Bar Kochba.
London,
Panther, 1973. 304 p. Paperbound reprint.
A l tm a n n , A l e x a n d e r .
Moses Mendelssohn: a biographical study.
Lon­
don, Routledge 8c Kegan Paul, 1973. 900 p. Illustrated. (The Litt-
man Library of Jewish Civilization)
A l v a .
With pen and brush: autobiography of a painter.
London, W . H.
Allen, 1973. 100 p.
The Arabs and Palestine:
papers read at a symposium arranged by
the Institute of Jewish Affairs, London, at University College,
London, on 19 March 1972. London, Institute of Jewish Affairs,
1973. 48 p. (Institute Symposia No. 1)
A r a k i e , M a r g a r e t .
T he broken sword of justice: America, Israel and
the Palestine tragedy.
London, Quartet Books, 1973. 195 p.
The author, who has been involved with the Palestine problem
as a member of the UN staff, sets out to prove that America is in
large part to blame for the establishment of Israel which she de­
scribes as an “internationally legalized theft.”
A s t e r , Sidney .
1939: the making of the Second World War.
London,
Andre Deutsch, 1973. 455 p.
History based on British Government papers made available in
January 1970 and on other official documents in Britain, the
Soviet Union, Canada, USA and European countries. It shows the
extent of German influence in European countries which deter­
mined their policy towards Jews.
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