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The Herodian period
(World History of the Jewish Peop le). New
Brunswick, N. J., Rutgers University Press, 1975. 402 p.
A v ig d o r , Is a a c .
From prison to pulpit.
New York, Shengold, 1975. 334 p.
Author’s personal experiences in Mauthousan concentration
camp.
A y a l t i , H a n a n
J., ed.
Yiddish proverbs.
New York, Schocken Books,
1975. 128 p. Paperbound reprint.
B a h a t , D an .
The Forgotten generations.
Jerusalem, Israel Economist,
1975. 68 p.
Brief illustrated history of the unbroken Jewish presence in
the Land of Israel in the past two thousand years.
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Jerusalem atlas.
New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1975. 52 p.
Introduction to the history of Old Jerusalem, and its changes
through the centuries up to 1917.
B a i r , N o v a
S.
Journey to Jerusalem.
Amarillo, Texas, author, 1975.
58 p.
Collection of 40 poems, based on the Bible, which reflect the
author’s sense of holiness experienced on her pilgrimage to the
Holy City.
B a r O n i, B r y n a .
The vapor.
Chicago, Visual Impact, 1976. 127 p.
Author’s personal tragic experiences during the Holocaust.
Baum , C h a r l o t t e ,
et al.
The Jewish woman in America.
New York,
Dial Press, 1976. 290 p.
Analyses of the socio-cultural background of Jewish women in
America, and their adaptation to its milieu.
B e a c o n s f i e ld , B e n jam in D i s r a e l i .
Disraeli’s reminiscences.
Ed. by
Helen M. Swartz and Marvin Swartz. New York, Stein and Day,
1976. 166 p.
Beginnings: early American Judaica.
Introduced by Abraham J. Karp.
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1975.
Collection of ten publications in facsimile, illustrative of the
religious, communal, cultural and political life of American
Jewry, 1781-1845.
B en -D av id , E l i e z e r .
Out of the iron furnace: the Jewish redemption
from ancient Egypt. . . .
Trans, by Yaakov Feitman. New York,
Shengold, 1975. 144 p.
Unique midrashic interpretation of the Ten Plagues in Egypt.
B en -M e i r , A l o n .
The Middle East imperatives and choices.
M t.
Ver­
non, N. Y., Decalogue Books, 1975. 221 p.
Offers analysis of results of the Yom Kippur War, including
possibilities of accomodations between Israel and the Arabs.
Ben Y eh u d a , S h a l e a k .
Black Hebrew Israelites from America to the
Promised Land.
New York, Vantage Press, 1975. 357 p.