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C u r t i s , M i c h a e l , e t a l,
eds.
The Palestinians: people, history, politics.
New Brunswick, N. J., American Academic Association for Peace
in the Middle East, 1975. 277 p.
Essays on the Palestinian problem in its various ramifications
arguing for Arab-Israeli accommodations.
D a ich e s , D av id .
Moses: the man and his vision.
New York, Praeger,
1974. 262 p.
Utilizing archeological data and literary analysis of biblical
texts, work presents an illustrated biography of Moses.
D aw idow ic z , L u c y
S., ed.
A Holocaust reader.
New York, Behrman
House, 1975. 416 p.
Anthology of nazi documents and personal memoirs.
D e v e r , W i l l i a m D.,
ed.
Gezer II: report of the 1967-70 seasons in fields
I and II.
Jerusalem, Hebrew Union College Nelson Glueck School
of Biblical Archaeology; N. Y., Ktav, 1975. 137 p. 75 plates.
De J o n g e ,
M.
Studies in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs.
Leiden, Brill, 1975. 170 p.
Studies on textual traditions of the Testaments, interpretation
thereof, and history of relevant manuscriptal materials in the
Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Des P ress , T e r r e n c e .
The survivor: an anatomy of life in the death
camps.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1976. 218 p.
Study related to behavioral patterns of inmates in concentration
camps in situations of extremity, including findings concerning
the specific connection between “staying alive” and “staying hu­
man.”
D ob in , A b ra h am .
Fertile fields: recollections of a busy life.
Cranbury,
N. J., A. S. Barnes, 1975. 519 p.
Autobiographical reminiscences, spanning the past six decades
of the 20th century, of work with the Jewish Agricultural Society,
Central Jersey Farmers Cooperative, and local Jewish communities.
D ushk in , A l e x a n d e r
M.
Living bridges: memoirs of an educator.
Jerusalem, Keter, 1975. 310 p.
Work reflects the history of growth of modern Jewish education
in America and Israel.
Eckm an , L e s t e r S am u e l .
The history of the Musar movement, 1840-
1945.
N. Y., Shengold Publishers, 1975. 174 p.
Describes historic impact of Musar schools on various phases of
Jewish life.
Eiseman , A l b e r t a .
Rebels and reformers: biographies of four lewish
Americans: Uriah Phillips Levy, Ernestine L. Rose, Louis D.
Brandeis, Lillian D. Wald.
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1976.
131 p. Paperbound.