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Study leading to conclusion that said office evolved as a communal
response to political and social developments in the larger Muslim
world. Received the Jewish Book Council Award for a book on
Jewish history.
D
in sdale
, J
o e l
E., ed.
Survivors, victims and perpetrators: essays on the Nazi
Holocaust.
Washington, D.C., Hemisphere, 1980. 474 p.
E
isen berg
, A
z r ie l
.
Witness to the Holocaust.
New York, Pilgrim Press, 1981.
649 p.
Selections from various sources and literary documents dealing
with themes o f the Holocaust.
E
isner
, J
ack
.
The Survivor.
E d . b y
Irving A. Leitner. New York, William
Morrow, 1980. 320 p.
Autobiographical account o f a Warsaw Ghetto youth.
F
erd erber
-S
alz
, B
e r t h a
.
And the sun kept shining. . .
New York, Holocaust
Library, 1980. 233 p.
Holocaust memoir.
F
ie ld
, G
eo ffr ey
G . ,
Evangelist of race: the Germanic vision ofHouston Stewart
Chamberlain.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1981. 565 p.
Study of racial concepts in the 19th century with emphasis on the
role o f anti-Semitism in German political culture.
Ford, Gertrude.
81 Sheriff Street.
New York, Frederick Fell,
1981. 253 p.
Memoirs vividly depicting Jewish life in the ghetto o f the Lower
East Side during the period o f mass immigration from Eastern
Europe.
F
raser
,
T.G.,
The Middle East, 1914 -1979 .
New York, St. Martin’s, 1980.
205 p.
In-depth study o f 20th-century transformation o f the Middle
East.
F
r ied
, A
l b e r t
.
The rise andfall of theJewish gangster in America.
New York,
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1980. 345 p.
F
r iedman
, A
da
J
u n e
,
ed.
Roads to extinction: essays on the Holocaust by Philip
Friedman.
New York, Conference on Jewish Social Studies/Phila.,
Jewish Publication Society, 1980. 610 p.
Essays, translated from Polish, Yiddish and Hebrew, which
graphically describe the historic events o f the Holocaust and the
psychological reactions o f the victims.
G
o lan
, A
v iezer
and
P
ibka s
, D
ann y
.
Shula: code name the Pearl.
New York,
Delacorte, 1980. 345 p.
Life story o f a young Israeli woman, master spy and leader in the
Underground.
G
o ld st e in
, I
sra el
.J ewishjustice and conciliation: history of theJewish Concilia­
tion Board of America, 1930 -1968 .
New York, Ktav, 1981. 252 p.
H
an d ler
, A
nd rew
.
Blood libel at Tiszaeszlar.
Boulder, East European
Monographs, 1980. 273 p.