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The work of the O.S.E. organization in the rescue of Jewish
children and refugees during the second world war.
Passover Haggadah: Minhag Sepharad.
Ed. by Seth Orlow and Jack A.
Sutton. Brooklyn, N.Y., Young Shaare Zion, 1975. 110 p.
P
lau t
,
W .
G
un th er
.
The Torah: a modern commentary: Genesis.
New
York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1975. 584 p.
The first book of t'he Bible in Hebrew and English with a com­
mentary by the Rabbi of the Holy Blossom Temple of Toronto,
Canada.
P
lo tk in
, A
lbert
.
The religion of Jeremiah.
New York, Bloch, 1974.
153 p.
An interpretation of the prophet’s religious views by the rabbi
of Temple Beth Israel of Phoenix, Arizona.
P
o l iako v
, L
eo n
.
The Aryan myth: a history of racist and nationalist
ideas in Europe.
New York, Basic Books, 1974. 388 p.
The origins of the idea of a pure and superior Aryan race and
how it spread among the German masses evolving into the Nazi
ideology.
— .
History of anti-Semitism: vol. 2: from Muhammad to the Marranos.
New York, Vanguard, 1973. 399 p.
P
orath
, J
on ath an
D.
Jews in Russia: the last four centuries.
New York,
United Synagogue, 1973.
A popular survey of the main currents of Jewish life in Russia.
P
rager
, M
oshe
.
Sparks of glory.
Trans, by Mordecai Schreiber. New
York, Shengold, 1974. 154 p.
P
rescott
, K
enneth
W .
The complete graphic works of Ben Shahn.
New
York, Quadrangle, 1973. 250 p.
P
rince
, H
arold
S.
Contradictions: notes on twenty-six years in the
theatre.
New York, Dodd, Mead, 1974. 207 p.
Candid comments by a successful Broadway theatrical producer
and director about critics, stars, unions, theater parties and censor­
ship.
P
rinz
, J
o a c h im
.
The secret Jews.
New York, Random House, 1974.
207 p.
An account of the Marranos who converted to Christianity to
escape the tortures of the Inquisition, but continued to practice
secretly the rituals of Judaism as they were dispersed through many
lands.
P
uhar ich
, A
ndr ija
.
Uri: a journal of the mystery of Uri Geller.
Garden
City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1974. 285 p.
A physician’s description of his observations about Uri’s clair­
voyant feats, his ESP and telekinesis.