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T
h a lm a n
, R
it a
,
and
F
e in e rm a n
, E
m m a n u e l
.
Crystal n igh t, 9-10
N o vem b e r 1938.
London, Thames & Hudson, 1974. 192 p.
Documentary history, based on German, French, British, U.S.
and Israeli sources.
T
h om a s
, G
ordon
,
and
M
organ
-W
itts
, M
a x
.
Voyage of the damned.
London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1974. 317 p.
The tragic voyage of 937 Jewish refugees in May 1939 on the
S.S. St. Louis who were turned back to Nazi-occupied Europe from
Cuba.
T
ob ias
,
J. J.
Prince of fences: the life and crimes of Ikey Solomons.
London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1975. 192 p.
U
l a m
, A
dam
B.
Stalin: the man and his era.
London, Allen Lane, 1974.
760 p.
Deals also with the treatment of Jews.
U
nger
, A
r y eh
L.
The tota litarian party : party and peop le in Germany
and Soviet Russia.
London, Cambridge University 1974. 286 p.
(International Studies)
Studies the role of the Nazi and Communist parties in the con­
trol and mobilization of the populatioin.
U
rofsky
, M
elv in
I., and
L
evy
, D
av id
M . ,
eds.
L e tte rs of Louis D.
Brandeis:
vol. 3 (1913-15):
progressive and Zionist.
London, Uni­
versity of London, 1974. 727 p.
V
ago
, B
e l a
.
Shadow of the swastika: the rise of fascism in the Danube
Basin, 1936-39.
Farnborough, Saxon House, D.C. Heath for Insti­
tute of Jewish Affairs, 1975. 431 p.
The British Government’s interest in the rise of fascism and the
growth of antisemitism in Hungary, Rumania and Czechoslovakia.
V
a jd a
, A
lbert
.
L en d me an eye.
London,
E le k ,
1974. 208
p .
Autobiography of a humorist who lost and then partially re­
gained his sight.
W
agner
, A
b raham
R .
Crisis decision making: Israel’s experience in
1967 and 1973.
London, Praeger, 1975. 200 p.
W
e isga l
, M
eyer
W . ,
general ed.
T he le tters and papers of Chaim Weiz-
mann: vo l. 5. series A : January 1907-February 1913.
Ed. by Hanna
Weiner and Barnett Litvinoff. London, Oxford University, 1975.
431 p.
Within the comparatively short period of six years covered by
the letters, Dr. Weizmann progressed from his position as junior
lecturer at Manchester University into the international limelight,
both as a Zionist and as a scientist.
---- .
The le tters and papers of Chaim We izmann: vo l. 4. series A : Jan­
uary 1905-December 1906.
Ed. by C. Dresner and Barnett Litvinoff.
London, Oxford University, 1974. 394 p.