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H
u g h e s
, S
t u a r t
H .
Prisoners of hope: the Silver Age of the Italian Jews
1924-1974 .
Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1983. 188
P-
J
o n a s
, G
e o r g e
.
Vengeance: the true story of an Israeli counter-terrorist team.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1984. 376 p.
Story of five Israelis entrusted with the task of avenging the mur­
ders of the Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
J
o s e l i t
, J
en n a
W
e is sm a n
.
Our gang: Jewish crime and the New YorkJewish
community, 1900 - 1940.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press,
1983. 209 p. pb
K
a l d e r o n
, A
l b e r t
.
Abraham Galante: a biography.
New York, Sepher-
Hermon, 1983. 95 p.
Biography of Turkish intellectual much involved in Jewish en­
deavor.
K
o c h
, E
d w a r d
I.
Mayor.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1984. 364 p.
An autobiography depicting bluntly author’s reactions to anti-
Israeli and anti-Semitic intrigues on various levels o f government.
K
o r e n b l i t
, M
ic h a e l
and
K
a t h l e e n
J
a n g e r
.
Until we meet again.
New
York, Putnam’s, 1983. 298 p.
Autobiographical account from the Holocaust.
K
o s s o f
, P
h i l i p
.
Valiant heart: a biography of Heinrich Heine.
New York,
Cornwall Books, 1983. 217 p.
K
u g e l m a s s
, J
ack
and
J
o n a t h a n
B
o y a r in
,
eds.
From a ruined garden: the
Memorial Books of Polisih Jenny.
New York, Schocken, 1984. 275 p.
Distillation of some 100 memorial books by survivors o f the re­
spective communities.
L
a s k i e r
, M
ic h a e l
M .
The Alliance Israelite Universelle and the Jewish
communities ofMorocco: 1862 -1962 .
Albany, State University o f New
York Press, 1983. 372 p.
Historical and sociological study.
L
e g t e r s
, L
ym a n
H . ,
ed.
Western society after the Holocaust.
Boulder, Colo.,
Westview Press, 1983. 179 p.
Essays on issues of the Holocaust from the point o f view of
interfaith-interdisciplinary approach.
L
e n g y e l
, O
l g a
.
Five chimneys: the story of Auschwitz.
New York, Howard
Fertig, 1983. 213 p.
L
e v y
,
B.H.
Savannah's oldJewish community cemeteries.
Macon, GA, Mercer
University Press, 1983. 118 p.
M
c
F
a r l a n d
, D
o r o t h y
T
u c k
.
Simone Weil.
New York, Frederick Ungar
1983. 191 p.
Biographical study.
M
a c
P
h e r s o n
, M
a l c o lm
C.
The blood of the servants.
New York, Times
Books, 1984. 310 p.
Journalistic account o f how Pieter Menten, Nazi pervert and arch ­
criminal of Dutch origin, was tracked down by the sole survivor o f a
Jewish family.