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C
ohen
, M
artin
A.
T he martyr: the story of a secret Jew and the
Mexican Inquisition in the 16th century.
Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, 1973. 373 p.
The story of Luis de Cravajal the Younger, tracing his origins in
Spain based on his memoirs. Translated and edited by the professor
of Jewish history at the Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York.
C
ohen
, R
euv en
.
The Kibbutz settlement: principles and processes.
Trans, by Harry Statman. Tel Aviv, Hakibutz Hameuchad, 1972.
362 p.
C
ohn
, H
ans
W .
Else Lasker-Schiiler: the broken world.
New York,
Cambridge University Press, 1974. 172 p.
The first study in English of the German-Jewish poet (1869-
1945), giving a psychiatrist’s view of many poems and the poet’s
modern expression of the historic Jewish religious consciousness.
C
olton
, J
o e l
.
Leon Blum : humanist in politics.
Cambridge, Mass.,
M.I.T. Press, 1974. 526 p. Paperbound.
C
onfino
, M
ich a e l
,
and
S
ham ir
, S
h imon
.
The U.S.S.R. and the Middle
East.
Jerusalem and New York, Israel University Press, 1973. 441 p.
C
owles
, V
irg in ia
.
The
Rothschilds: a family of fortune.
New York,
Knopf, 1973. 304 p.
C
urtis
, M
ic h a e l
,
and
C
h e r to f f
, M
ordecai
S., eds.
Israel: social struc­
ture and change.
New York, Dutton, 1973. 443 p.
The role of the kibbutz, economic development, labor relations,
ethnic problems and Arab-Jewish relationships are covered by
political scientists, economists and prominent writers.
D
a im
, W
il fr ied
.
Christianity, Judaism and revolution.
New York,
Ungar, 1973. 192 p.
The leading Viennese psychiatrist attempts to show that all
revolutionary and modern liberal movements have their roots in
the Judaeo-Christian tradition.
D
avies
,
W.
D .
The Gospel and the land.
Berkeley, University of
California, 1973. 572 p.
Early Christianity and Jewish territorial doctrine.
D
e k e l
, E
ph ra im
.
B ’riha: flight to the homeland.
Trans, from Hebrew
by Dina Ettinger. Ed. by Gertrude Hirschler. New York, Herzl
Press, 1973. 352 p.
An account of the organization of the Jewish underground
movement in Europe during World War II and how the refugees
escaped to Palestine.
D
eutsch
, H
e l e n e
.
Confrontation with myself.
New York, Norton, 1973.
217 p.
An autobiographical essay by a leading psychiatrist who was
among Freud’s most prominent students.