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FABER / AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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R
a b in s k y
, L
e a t r ic e
and
M
a n n
, G
e r t r u d e
.
Journey of conscience,
young p eop le respond to the Holocaust.
Cleveland, Collins, 1979.
112 p. Paperbound.
R a d z i v i l o v e r , M a t u s .
N
ow
or n e v e r : a t im e fo r su rv iva l .
New York,
Frederick Fell Publ., 1979. 221 p.
Autobiographical account by survivor of World War II who
achieved a reputation as an outstanding cantor in New York.
R
a g in s
, S
a n f o r d
.
Jewish responses to anti-Semitism in Germany, 1870-
1914: a study in the history of ideas.
Cincinnati, O., Hebrew Un ion
College Press, 1980. 226 p.
R
a p h a e l
, C
h a i m
.
Encounters with the Jeiuish peop le.
New York,
Behrman, 1979. 240 p. Paperbound.
Sketches of various events which, in the author’s judgment, are
of special interest in Jewish history.
R
a s s in ie r
, P
a u l
.
Debunk ing the genocide myth: a study of the Nazi
concentration camps and the alleged ex term ination of European
Jewry.
Tr. from the French by Adam Robbins. Los Angeles, Ca.,
Noontide Press, 1980. 441 p.
Book represents an effort to re-write history and absolve Ger­
mans of Nazi crimes.
R
e z n e c k
, S
a m u e l
.
The saga of an American Jewish family since the
revo lu tion : a history of the fam ily of Jonas Phillips.
Washington,
D.C., University Press of America, 1980. 226 p.
Sequel to author’s earlier work
Unrecognized pa triots , the Jews
in the American R evo lu tion .
R
ie s e r
, M
a x
.
The true founders of Christianity and the H e llen istic
ph ilosophy.
Amsterdam, Graduate Press, 1979. 89 p.
R
o se
, L
e e s h a
.
The tulips are red.
Cranbury, N.J.,
A .
S. Barnes, 1978.
275 p.
Narratives describing author’s experiences in Holland during
the Holocaust.
R
u c k e r l
, A
d a l b e r t
.
The investigation of Nazi crimes 1945-1978:
a documen tation .
Tr. by Derek Rutter. Heidelberg, C. F. Muller,
1979. 144 p. Paperbound.
R
u t t e n b e r g
, K
a t h e r in e
M .
K i tty : an uncommon memoir of a non­
celebrity.
Chicago, Nelson-Hall, 1980. 195 p.
Autobiographical.
S
a m m o n s
, J
e f f r e y
L.
Heinrich Heine: a modern biography.
Princeton,
N.J., Princeton University Press, 1979. 425 p.
S
a n d m e l
, S
a m u e l
.
The genius of Paul—a study in history.
Philadelphia,
Fortress Press, 1979. 236 p. Paperbound.