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FABER/ AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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Focuses on anti-Semitism as an instrument of Soviet domination
of Poland following WWII.
CONOT, R
o b e r t
E
.Justice at Nurenberg.
New York, Harper &Row, 1983.
593 p.
Comprehensive account of the trials of the Nazi leaders.
COWAN, P
a u l
. An
orphan in history: retrieving aJewish legacy.
Garden City,
N.Y., Doubleday, 1982. 246 p.
Autobiographical account of author’s odyssey back to Judaism.
D
aw id o w ic z
, L
u c y
S.
On equal terms: Jews in America 1881-1981.
New
York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982. 194 p.
Explores relationship between American ideals of freedom and
democracy and the Jewish experience.
DOBKOWSKY, MICHAEL
N., ed
.Politics of indifference: documentary history of
Holocaust victims in America.
Washington, D.C., University Press of
America, 1982. 474 p.
Work is divided into two parts: diplomatic efforts in behalf of
refugees, and the American reception of the refugees.
D
o r ia n
, E
m il
.
The quality of witness: a Romanian diary 1937-1944.
E d .
by
Marguerit Dorian. Tr. by Mara Soceann Vamos. Phila., Jewish Pub­
lication Society, 1982. 350 p.
Survey of anti-Semitic activities in Romania.
D
o t h a n
, T
r u d e
.
The Philistines and their material culture.
New Haven,
Yale University Press/Jerusalem, Israel Exploration Society, 1982.
310 p.
Revised, expanded and up-to-date translation of author’sHebrew
work published in 1967.
E
d e lm a n
, G
a r y
E
dw a rd
.
Solidarity forever: Rose Schneiderman and the
Women’s Trade Union League.
New York, Arno Press, 1982. 299 p.
Biography.
EPH’AL, ISRAEL.
The ancientArabs: nomads on the borders ofthe Fertile Crescent
9th
5th centuries b.c.
Leiden, Brill, 1982. 265 p.
E
p s t e in
, E
dw a rd
J
a y
.
The rise andfall of diamonds: the shattering of a bril­
liant illusion.
New York, Simon & Schuster, 1982. 301 p.
F
e in g o l d
, H
e n r y
L.
A Midrash on American Jewish history.
Albany, State
University of New York Press, 1982. 241 p. Paperbound.
F
e r r a r a
, P
e t e r
L .
East vs. West in the Middle East.
N ew Y o rk , F ran k l in
W a t ts ,
1983. 90
p.
Explores implications of superpower rivalry in the area.
F
r ied m a n
, I
na
R.
Escape or die: the stories ofyoung people who survived the
Holocaust.
Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley, 1982. 146 p.
German crimes in Poland.
New York, Howard Fertig, 1982. 271 + 168 p.
Two volumes bound in one, authored by the Central Commission
for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland.