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ELIZABETH E. EPPLER
Anglo-Jewish Books
1975-1976
Add ison , P a u l .
The road to 1945: British politics and the second world
war.
London, Cape, 1975. 320 p.
Indudes British attitudes to the Holocaust.
A l i a v , R u t h .
The last escape.
London, Gollancz, 1975. 566 p.
Story of Ruth Kluger who organized the escape of Jews from
Nazi-occupied Europe through Romania.
Am n e s ty I n t e r n a t io n a l .
Prisoners of conscience in the USSR: their
treatment and conditions.
London, Amnesty International, 1975.
145 p.
Includes Jewish prisoners of conscience.
Asad , T a l a d ,
and
O w e n , R o g e r .
Review of Middle East studies.
Lon­
don, Ithaca, 1975. 160 p.
A collection of papers relating to the Middle East.
A s h t o r ,
F.
Social and economic history of the Near East in the Middle
Ages.
London, Collins, 1976. 384 p.
A v i -Y o n a h , M i c h a e l ,
and
B a ra s , Zv i.
The Herodian period: the world
history of the Jewish people:
vol. 7. London, W . H. Allen, 1975.
409 p.
Other contributors to the volume are A. Schalit, M. Stern, J.
Klausner, H. D. Mantel and S. Safrai.
------ , and Sh a tzm an , I s r a e l .
Illustrated encyclopaedia of the classical
world.
Maidenhead, Sampson & Low, 1976. 496 p.
----- , ed.
Encyclopedia of archaeological excavations in the Holy Land.
Oxford, University Press, 1976. 2 vols. (A-Jerusalem).
A v r i e l , Ehud .
Open the Gates! The dramatic personal history of
‘illegal’ immigration to Israel.
Preface by Golda Meir. London,
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1975. 384 p.
B a la n d ie r , G eo rge s .
Gurwitch.
Trans, from French by Margaret A.
Thompson. Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1975. I l l p.
Biography.
B a r c l a y , R od e r ick .
Ernest Bevin and the Foreign Office, 19321949.
Great White End, Latimer, 1975.
Includes Bevin’s attitude to the Palestine question.
B a r -Z o h a r , M i c h a e l .
The secret file of Heinrich Roehm.
London,
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1976. 208 p.
A novel based on the Roehm affair which brought about the
final supremacy of Hitler’s SS.
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