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Examination of the trial based upon contemporary Jewish
and Roman sources on law.
D
avis
, J
ohn
H .
The Guggenheims, an American epic.
New York,
William Morrow, 1978. 608 p.
History of the family.
D
obin
, J
oel
C.
To rule both day and night: astrology in the Bible,
Midrash and Talmud.
New York, Inner Traditions International,
1977. 255 p.
Study of Hebraic astrological practice, ranging from the second
millenium B.C.E. to the seventh century C.E.
D
reyfus
, A
lfred
.
Five years of my life: the diary of captain Alfred
Dreyfus.
New York, Peebles Press, 1977. 253 p.
D
ruks
, H
erbert
.
The failure to rescue.
New York, Robert Speller
8c Sons, 1977. 108 p. Paperbound.
Documented study in callousness on the part of the West with
regard to European Jewry during World War II.
E
ban
, A
bba
.
Abba Eban, an autobiography.
New York, Random
House, 1977. 628 p.
E
ckman
, L
ester
and
L
azar
, C
h a im
.
The Jewish resistance: the
history of the Jewish partisans in Lithuania and White Russia
during the nazi occupation 1940-1945.
New York, Shengold, 1977.
282 p.
Encyclopedia of archeological excavations in the Holy Land.
Engle-
wood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1977. 931 p.
F
ein
, I
saac
M.
Boston—where it all began: an historical perspective
of the Boston Jewish community.
Boston, Boston Jewish Bicen-
tennial Committee, 1976. 83 p. Paperbound.
F
eldstein
, S
tanley
.
The land that I show you: three centuries of
Jewish life in America.
Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Double-
day, 1978. 512 p.
F
enelon
, F
an ia
.
Playing for time.
New York, Atheneum, 1977. 262־p.
Reminiscences by authoress of her experiences as member of
the women’s orchestra in Auschwitz.
F
ink
, G
reta
.
Great Jewish women: profiles of courageous women
from the Maccabean period to the present.
New York, Manorah
and Bloch, 1978. 197 p.
G
ay
, P
eter
.
Freud, Jews and other Germans.
New York, Oxford
University Press, 1978. 289 p.
Six essays on modernism and the special role of German Jews
in its furtherance.