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N
o v it c h
, M
ir iam
.
Sobibor, martyrdom and revolt.
New York, Holocaust
Library, 1980. 168 p. Paperbound.
Documents and testimonies.
O
r ba ch
, A
le xa n d er
.
New Voices ofRussianJewry: a study ofthe Russian-Jewish
press ofOdessa in the era ofgreat reforms 1860 -1871 .
Leiden, Brill, 1980.
222 p.
P
a t a i
, R
a ph a e l
.
The vanished worlds ofJewry; picture research byEugene Rosow
with Vivian Kleiman.
New York, Macmillan, 1980. 192 p.
Depicts great Jewish communities o f a generation ago in Europe
and the Muslim lands.
Patterns of Jewish leadership in Nazi Europe 1933 -1945 .
Jerusalem, Yad
Yashem, 1979. 419 p.
Proceedings o f the third Yad Vashem international historical
conference, Jerusalem, April 4-7, 1977.
P
earlman
, M
osh
e
.
Digging up the Bible: the stories behind the great archeological
discoveries in the Holy Land.
New York, William Morrow, 1980. 240 p.
P
il z er
, J
ay
M
., Anti-Semitism and Jewish nationalism.
Virginia Beach, Va.,
Donning Company; 1981. 210 p.
Collection o f articles culled from British and American periodi­
cals dealing with the two subjects.
Q
ua sha
, S
o lomon
.
Albert Einstein; an intimate portrait.
Larchmont, N.Y.,
Forest Publishing, 1980. 332 p.
R
a ppapor t
, S
o lomon
.
Jew and Gentile: the philo-Semitic aspect.
New York,
Philosophical Library, 1980. 258 p.
Traces philo-Semitic thought and deeds in the history o f Gentile-
Jewish relations from antiquity through the modern era.
R
ezn eck
, S
am u el
.
The saga of an AmericanJ ewishfamily since the Revolution: a
history of the family of Jonas Phillips.
Washington, D.C., University
Press o f America, 1980. 227 p.
R
osenbaum
, F
red
.
Architects of Reform: congregational and community lead­
ership -Em anu -E l of San Francisco 1849 -1980 .
Berkeley, CA., Judah
L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1980. 241 p.
History o f Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco reflecting
experiences o f five generations o f Jews in the American West.
Ross,
R
o b er t
W.,
So it was true: the American Protestant press and the Nazi
persecution of the Jews.
Minneapolis, Minn., University o f Minnesota
Press, 1980. 374 p. Paperbound.
Challenges view that Protestants in America were unaware of Nazi
policies.
S
anders
,
E.P., ed
.Jewish and Christian self-definition: vol. one, the shaping of
Christianity in the second and third centuries.
Phila., Fortress Press, 1980.
314 p.
S
cho lem
, G
ershom
.
From Berlin toJerusalem: memories of myyouth.
Tr. from
German by Harry Zohn. New York, Schocken, 1980. 178 p.