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H
a ym a n
, R
o n a l d
.
Kafka, a biography.
New York, Oxford University
Press, 1982. 349 p.
First comprehensive biography of Kafka in English.
HlRSHAUT, J
u l i e n
.
Jewish martyrs of Pawiak.
New York, Holocaust
Library, 1982. 251 p.
Describes the martyrdom of Jews in the infamous fortress-prison
on the edge of the Warsaw ghetto.
The Holocaust; selected documents in eighteen volumes.
John Mendelsohn, ed.
New York, Garland, 1982.
Comprehensive documentation of the Holocaust experience,
beginning with its early phases and down to the various trials of the
perpetrators.
H
o l t o n
, G
e r a ld
and
Y
e h u d a
E
l k a n a
,
eds
.Albert Einstein; historical and
cultural perspectives.
Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press,
1982. 439 p.
Centennial volume based upon a symposium held inJerusalem in
1979.
H
o w e
, I
r v in g
.
A margin of hope: an intellectual autobiography.
N ew
York,
Harcourt, 1982. 352 p.
Author’s record of his growth to intellectual manhood within the
political movements and literary influences that shaped American
culture.
H
y a t t
, L
i l l ia n
.
Bonfires at heaven’sgate: biography ofDr. DavidHyatt.
New
York, Seabury Press, 1983. 210 p. Paperbound.
Biography of the long-time president of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, and the International Council of Christians
and Jews.
JACOBSON, D
a n
.
The story of the stories: the Chosen People and its God.
New
York, Harper & Row, 1982. 211 p.
Author’s secularist perception of the relationship between the
people of Israel and the God of Israel.
AJewish life under the Tsars: the autobiography ofChaimAronson, 1825-1888.
Tr. from the Hebrew and ed. by Norman Marsden. Totowa, NJ,
Ollenheld, Osman, 1983. 352 p.
K
a m in s k a y a
, D
in a
.
Finaljudgment: my life as a Soviet defense attorney.
New
York, Simon and Schuster, 1982. 364 p.
K
a n z l e r
, D
a v id
and
G
e r t r u d e
H
ir s c h l e r
,
eds.
Solomon Schonfeld, his
page in history.
New York, Judaica Press, 1982. 192 p. Paperbound.
Recollections and tributes by individuals saved during the Holo­
caust thanks to Schonfeld’s remarkable efforts.
K
e l l e r
, M
o l l i e
.
Golda Meir.
New York, Franklin Watts, 1983. 119 p.
Biography.
K
l a r s f e l d
, S
e r g e
.
Memorial to the Jews deportedfrom France 1942-1944.
New York, Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, 1983. 663 p. Paperbound.