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FABER / AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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F
a g a n
, B
r ia n
M .
Re turn to Babylon: travelers, archeologists and monu­
ments in Mesopotam ia.
Boston, Little, Brown, 1979. 300 p.
Describes many of the dramatic events in the era of archeological
explorations.
F
e i n
, H
e l e n
.
Accounting for genocide: national responses and Jewish
v ic tim iza tion during the Holocaust.
New York, The Free Press,
1979.468 p.
F
e l d
, M
e r i l l a
.
/
chose to live.
New York, Manor Books, 1979. 227 p.
Paperbound.
Autobiographical account of the Holocaust era.
F
e l d s t e in
, J
a n ic e
L., ed.
R abb i Jacob L. W e instein: advocate of the
peop le .
New York, Ktav, 1980. 226 p.
F
e r e n c z
, B
e n j a m i n
B .
Less than slaves: Jeioish forced labor and the
quest for compensation .
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University
Press, 1979. 249 p.
Account of futile efforts to make German industrial magnates
recognize legal responsibility for exploitation of slave labor under
Nazism.
F
i s h e r
, J
a c o b
.
On vanishing ground: a memoir of the twenties.
Fair­
fax, Va., Piney Branch Press, 1979. 318 p. Paperbound.
F
r e id e n r e ic h
, H
a r r ie t
P
a ss
.
The Jews of Yugoslavia: a quest for
community.
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1979. 323 p.
F
r e y n e
, S
e a n
.
Galilee from A lexander the Great to Hadrian 323 b.c.e.
to 135 c.e.: a study of Second T em p le Judaism.
Notre Dame, Ind.,
University of Notre Dame Press, 1980. 491 p.
F
r ie d l a n d e r
, S
a u l
.
When memory comes.
Tr. by Helen R. Lane. New
York, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1979. 186 p.
Autobiographical work relating to the Holocaust.
G
a l
, A
l l o n
.
Brandeis of Boston.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Univer­
sity Press, 1980. 271 p.
Biography with special attention to Brandeis’ progressivism.
G
a r t n e r
, L
l o y d
P.
H istory of the Jews of Cleveland.
Cleveland, West­
ern Reserve Historical Soc iety /New York, Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, 1978. 385 p.
G
il b e r t
, M
a r t i n
.
The final journey: the fate of the Jews in Nazi
Europe.
New York, Mayflower Books, 1979. 224 p.
Neither history, nor chronicle, text narrates tragic events as
they affected individual victims, groups and whole communities.
G
o l d s t e in
, M
a l c o l m
.
George S. Kaufman: his life, his theater.
New
York, Oxford University Press, 1979. 503 p.
Biography.
G
r a u p e
, H
e in z
M
o s i i e
.
The rise of modern Judaism: an intellectua l
history of German Jewry 1650-1942.
Tr. from the German by