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K
o la t c h
, A
l fred
J . ,
Who’s who in the Talmud.
Middle Village, N.Y.,
Jonathan David, 1981. 216 p.
Concise encyclopedic work describing the masters o f the Talmud.
K
o t la r
, H
e l en
.
We lived in a grave.
T r.
b y
Judah Pilch. New York, Shen-
gold, 1980. 124 p.
Autobiographical; from the Holocaust period.
L
aq u eu r
, W
a l t e r
.
The terrible secret: suppression of the truth about Hitler’s
‘final solution.”
Boston, Little Brown, 1981. 262 p.
Study focuses on the question “when and how did the outside
world learn about Nazi extermination o f European Jewry?”
L
e e
, A
l b e r t
.
Henry Ford and theJews.
New York, Stein and Day, 1980. 200
P-
Work focuses on Ford’s anti-Semitism and his contribution to the
rise o f Hitler.
L
iebm an
, C
ha rles
.
A history of theJewish Federation ofGreater Trenton: thefirst
fifty years 1 9 2 9 -1979 .
Trenton, Jewish Federation o f Greater T ren ­
ton, 1980. 83 p. Paperbound.
M
acco by
, H
yam
Revolution inJudea : Jesus andJewish resistance.
New York,
Taplinger, 1980. 256 p.
M
endes
- F
loh r
, P
au l
R .
and
R
e inharz
, J
ehuda
,
eds.
The Jew in the modern
world: a documentary history.
New York, Oxford University Press,
1980. 636 p.
Comprehensive source book illuminating Jewish life from the
18th cent, to the establishment o f Israel.
The Middle East: issues and events of 19 7 9 from New York Times information
bank.
New York, Arno, 1980. 281 p.
M
il l e r
, S
a u l
.
Dobromil: life in a Galician shtetl 1890 -1907 .
New York,
Loewenthal Press, 1980. 83 + 50 p.
Autobiographical; English and Yiddish.
M
ondry
, A
d e l e
.
Wyszkowo, a shtetl on the Bug river.
T r. from the Yiddish by
Moshe Spiegel. New York, Ktav, 1980. 151 p.
Memoirs.
N
a r e l l
, I
r ena
.
Our city: theJews of San Francisco.
San Diego, Calif., 1981.
424 p.
Chronicle o f pioneer Jewish families and their descendants.
N
eg ev
, A
vraham
,
ed
.Archeological encyclopedia of the Holy Land.
Jerusalem,
SBS, 1980. 354 p.
N
etza ch
, A
vraham
.
“Subbota”: my twenty years in Soviet prisons.
Brooklyn,
N .Y . ,
Author, 1979. 375 p.'
N
eusn er
, J
aco b
.
Stranger at home:
“the Holocaust,” Zionism, and American
Judaism.
Chicago, University o f Chicago Press, 1981. 213 p.
N
iew yk
, D
onald
L.,
The Jews in Weimar Germany.
Baton Rouge, La.,
Louisiana University Press, 1980. 229 p.
Jewish responses to radical anti-Semitism in the era of the Weimar
Republic.