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Conn., Yale University Press, 1982. 255 p.
L
a t o u r
, A
n n y
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The Jeivish Resistance in France.
Tr. from the French by
Irene R. Ikon. New York, Holocaust Library, 1981. 287 p. Pa­
perbound.
L
e v it a t s
, I
s a a c
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The Jewish community in Russia, 1844 -1 9 1 7 .
Jerusalem,
Posner, 1981. 247 p.
L
ew is
, J
ack
P .
The English Bible Ifrom KJV to NIV; a history and evaluation.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Baker, 1981. 408 p.
Meaning o f symbols: KJV — King James Version; NIV — New
International Version.
L
i t v i n
, M
a r t in
.
The journey: a biography of August M. Bondi, the American-
Jewish freedom fighter who rode with John Brown in Kansas.
Galesburg,
111., Galesburg Historical Society, 1981. 471 p. Paperbound.
M
a r c u s
, J
aco b
R .
The American Jewish woman, 1 6 54 -1980 .
New York,
Ktav/Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1981. 231 p.
History o f American Jewish women in the past 300 years, based
upon archival documentation.
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The American Jewish woman; a documentary history.
New York,
Ktav/Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1981. 1047 p.
Nearly 200 documents highlighting 3 centuries o f the American
Jewish woman’s experience.
M
a r c u s
, M
ic h a el
R .
and
P
a x t o n
, R
o b e r t
O .
Vichy France and herJews.
New
York, Basic Books, 1981. 432 p.
Study proving that anti-Jewish prejudices on the part o f the
French people were an important factor in Vichy’s reprehensible
policies. Winner o f the National Jewish Book Award — Holocaust.
M
a r t o n
, K
a t i
.
Wallenberg.
New York, Random, 1982. 243 p.
M
o n r o e
, E
l iz a b e t h
.
Britain's moment in the Middle East 1914 -1971 .
Balti­
more,
M d . ,
John Hopkins University Press, 1981. 254 p.
New and revised edition.
M
o o r e
, D
e bo ra h
D
a s h
./I^
home in America: second generation New YorkJews.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1981. 303 p.
Carries forward the odyssey o f “the world o f our fathers” and
illuminates the continuing interaction between New York Jews and
their environment.
N
a rell
, I
r e n a
.
Our city: theJews of San Francisco.
San Diego, Calif., Howell
North Books, 1981. 424 p.
Biography o f Jewish families since period o f “gold rush” and their
impact upon all aspects o f life in the Bay Area.
O
l so n
- B
u c k n e r
, E
l sa
.
My brother, Bernhard: force f o r interfaith awareness.
Winburne, Pa., Intergroup Center Press, 1981. 533 p.
A biographical anthology.
P
a n i s h
, P
a u l
.
Exit visa: the integration of the SovietJews.
New York, Coward,
McCann & Geoghegan, 1981. 299 p.