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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
G
o r d o n
, S
a r a h
.
Hitler, Germans and the “Jewish question.”
Princeton, NJ,
Princeton University Press, 1984. 412 p.
Study of the background of the German reactions to Hitler’s
crimes.
G
r a n t
, J
a m e s
.
Bernard M. Baruch: the adventures of a Wall Street legend.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1983. 376 p.
Biography.
G
r e y
, D
o n a ld
and
J
o h n
E
l e u t h e r e
du
P
o n t
.
Hell was my home.
West
Hanover, MA, Christopher, 1983. 152 p.
Story of Holocaust survivor Arnold Shay.
G
r u b e r
, R
u t h
.
Haven: the unknown story of 1000 World War II refugees.
New York, Coward-McCann, 1983. 335 p.
G
u r o c k
, J
e f f r y
.
AmericanJewish history: a bibliographical guide.
New York,
Anti-Defamation League, 1983. 195 p. pb
Essay on American Jewish history, followed by listing o f some 800
books and articles.
G u r s a n - S a lzm a n n ,
A
y
§
e
.
The lastJews ofRadaut$a.
Pho tos by L aw ren c e
Sa lzm an . G a rd en C ity , N .Y . , D oub led ay ,
1983. 146
p.
Illustrated history of a small Jewish community in Bukovina
(Romania) that vanished in the Holocaust.
H
a d d a d
, H
e s k e l
M .
Jews ofArab and Islamic countries; history, problems, so­
lutions.
New York, Shengold, 1984. 167 p.
Work offers concrete plans to help ease brewing conflicts between
Israel and the Muslim world.
H
a a s
, A
l b e r t
.
The doctor and the damned.
New York, St. Martin’s Press,
1984. 333 p.
Autobiographical account from the Holocaust era.
H
e n r y
, S
o nd ra
and
E
m il y
T
a i t z
.
Written out of history: our Jewish fore­
mothers.
Fresh Meadows, NY, Biblio Press, 1983. 291 p. pb
Lists Jewish women of renown in all walks of life from ancient
times through the modern period.
H
e n s c h e r
,
U ri D., ed.
The East European Jewish experience in America.
Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1983. 189 p.
A century of memories, 1882 - 1982.
H
e r z b e r g e r
, M
a g d a
.
The waltz of the shadows.
New York, Philosophical
Library, 1983. 112 p.
Autobiography in poetic form relating experiences during the
Holocaust.
H
i l l e s u m
, E
t t y
.
An interrupted life: the diaries ofEtty Hillesum.
New York,
Pantheon, 1984. 226 p.
Authoress witnessed and recorded Nazi crimes perpetrated on
Dutch Jewry.
H
o l l a d a y
, C
a r l
R., ed.
Fragments from Hellenistic Jewish authors. Vol. I :
historians.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1983. 389 p.