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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
John Robinson. Huntington, N.Y., Robert E. Krieger, 1978. 329 p.
Study in intellectual-historical transformation and movements in
society at large, as well as Jewish reactions thereto, from the 17th
century to the present.
G
r e e n
, A
r t h u r
.
To rm en ted master: a life of R abb i Nahman of Brats-
lav.
University, Ala., University of Alabama Press, 1979. 395 p.
G
r u n f e l d
, F
r e d e r ic
V.
Prophets w ithou t honour: a background to
Freud, Kafka, Einstein and their world.
New York, Holt, R ine­
hart and W inston, 1979. 349 p.
Collective biography of outstanding German-Jewish intellectuals
in the past century.
G
u b e r
, R
iv k a
,
comp.
Village of the brothers: memoirs of the members
of Kfar Ahim .
New York, Shengold, 1979. 192 p.
Memoirs by survivors of the Holocaust.
G
u r o c k
, J
e f f r e y
S.
When Harlem was Jewish 1870-1930.
New York,
Columbia University Press, 1979. 216 p.
Study of the rise and decline of the Jewish community in
Harlem.
H
a l l i e
, P
h i l i p
P .
Lest innocent blood be shed: the story of the village
of Le Chambon and how goodness happened there.
New York,
Harper 8c Row, 1979. 304 p.
Story of rescue of Jewish children and adults during Holocaust.
H
a r r is
, L
e o n
.
Merchant princess: an in tima te history of Jewish fam­
ilies who bu ilt great depar tm en t stores.
New York, Harper and
Row, 1979. 411 p.
H
a st in g s
, M
a x
.
Yoni, H ero of En tebbe.
New York, Dial Press/James
Wade, 1979. 248 p.
Life story of Yonathan Netanyahu.
H
ir s c h l e r
, G
e r t r u d e
and
E
c k m a n
, L
e ste r
S.
Menahem Begin: from
freedom fighter to statesman.
New York, Shengold, 1979. 377 p.
H
o l l a n d e r
, H
e r m a n
.
My life and what I d id w ith it.
Jerusalem, Ko-
ren, 1979. 377 p.
Autobiography.
H
o l m e s
, C
o l i n
.
An ti-Sem itism in British society 1876-1939.
New York,
Holmes 8c Meier, 1979. 328 p.
H
o p k in s
, C
l a r k
T .
The discovery of Dura-Europos.
Ed. by Bernard
Goldman. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1979. 309 p.
H o w e , I r v i n g
and
L i b o , K e n n e t h .
H
ow
we lived : a documentary his­
tory of imm igran t Jews in America 1880-1930.
New York, Richard
Marek, 1979. 360 p.
Collection of pictures and texts depicting the experience of im­
migrant Jews, arranged as a “living newspaper.”