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Experiences o f a number o f emigre families from USSR, and their
successful efforts to establish a new life in America.
P
a y n e
, D
a v id
F.
Kingdoms o f the Lord: a history o f the Hebrew kingdomsfrom
Saul to thef a l l o fJerusalem.
Grand Rapids, Mich., William B. Erdman,
1981. 310 p.
Considerable attention is given in this work to biblical Israel’s
surrounding neighbors, e.g. Moab, Edom, etc.
P
e t t in a t o
, G
io v a n n i
.
The archives o fEbla: an empire inscribed in clay.
Garden
City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1981. 347 p.
R
ak e ffe t
-R
o t h k o f f
, A
a r o n
.
The Silver era in American Jewish Orthodoxy:
Rabbi Eliezer Silver and his generation.
New York, Feldman, 1981. 368
P-
R
a v e l
, A
v iv a
.
Faithful unto death: the story of Arthur Zygielbaum.
Montreal,
Canada, Arthur Zygielbaum Branch Workmen’s Circle, 1980. 193 p.
Paperbound.
R
o iph e
, A
n n e
.
Generation without memory: a Jewish journey in Christian
America.
New York, The Linden Press/Simon and Schuster, 1981.
220 p.
An assimilated Jew searches for self-identity amidst American
society.
R
ossel
, S
e ym o u r
.
The Holocaust.
New York, Franklin Watts, 1981. 148 p.
Analysis o f pre-World War II factors that led to the Holocaust.
R
o t h c h il d
, S
y l v ia
.
Voices from the Holocaust.
New York, New American
Library, 1981. 456 p.
Selections from 250 tape recordings in the William E. Wiener Oral
History Library o f the American Jewish Committee.
R
u d e r m a n
, D
a v id
B.
The world o f a Renaissance Jew: the life and thought of
Mordecai Farissal.
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College Press, 1981.
265 p.
Winner o f National Jewish Book Award — Jewish History.
R
y a n
, M
ic h a el
D., ed.
Human responses to the Holocaust: perpetrators and
victims, bystanders and resisters.
New York, Edwin Miller Press, 1981.
278 p. Paperbound.
Papers o f the 1947 Bernhard E. Olson Scholars’ Conference on
the Church Struggle and the Holocaust.
S
a r n a
, J
o n a t h a n
D
.Jacksonian Jew, the two worlds of Mordecai Noah.
New
York, Holmes & Meier, 1981. 233 p.
S
ch o l em
, G
e r sh om
.
Walter Benjamin; the story of a friendship.
Tr. from the
German by Harry Zohn. Phila., Jewish Publication Society, 1981.
242 p.
S
ieg a l
, A
r a n k a
.
Upon the head o f the goat: a childhood in Hungary, 1 9 3 9 -
1944.
New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1981. 213 p.
Autobiographical account from the Holocaust era.
The Southwestern Dead Sea Plain expedition; an interim report of the 1977