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.Jews and Judaism in the United States; a documen­
tary history.
New York, Behrman, 1983. 348 p. pb
Study dealing with the phenomenon o f Jewish achievement in
America.
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e i s m a n
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r n o l d
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l l e n
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Welcome tomorrow.
Shaker
Heights, OH, North Coast Publishing, 1983. 176 p.
Autobiographical account from World War II.
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ig g a n s
, W
a l t e r
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Numbers.
Philadelphia, Westminster, 1983. 251 p.
Commentary on the Fourth Book of the Pentateuch.
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o c h m a n
, L
e y b
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The pit arid the trap: a chronicle of survival.
New York,
Holocaust Library, 1983. 288 p.
Autobiographical account from the Holocaust.
R
o t h s c h i l d
, M
ir ia m
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Dear Lord Rothschild: birds, butterflies and history.
Glenside, PA, Balaban, 1983. 398 p.
Biography o f Walter Rothschild, exploring his work as naturalist
and his role in issuing the Balfour Declaration.
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u b e n s t e in
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rna
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The survivor in us all: a memoir of the Holocaust.
Hamden, CT , Archon Books/Shoe String Press, 1983. 185 p.
Author recounts her family’s experiences in the Holocaust.
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a c h a r
, A
b r am
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The redemption of the unwanted: from the liberation of the
death camps to the founding of Israel.
New York, St. Martin’s/Marek,
1983. 334 p.
Story of the remnants of the Holocaust, who within a short time
following liberation transformed their image of degradation into
one of a dynamic and self-reliant people.
S
c h i f f m a n
, L
a w r e n c e
H.
Who was aJew : rabbinic and halakhic perspectives
in the J ewish-Christian schism.
New York, Ktav, 1984. 117 p.
S
c h m id t
, W
e r n e r
H.
Thefaith of the Old Testament, a history.
Philadelphia,
Westminster, 1983. 302 p. pb
Student textbook on the religion o f Israel.
S
c h r e i b e r
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
Jewish inscriptions in Hungary from the 3rd century
to 1686 .
Leiden, Brill, 1983. 433 p.
154 inscriptions translated into English, documented with photo­
graphs.
S
h o c h e t
, S
im o n
.
Feldafing.
Vancouver, B.C., November House, 1983.
175 p.
Story of a prisoner in Dachau who was rehabilitated in a camp for
displaced persons — Feldafing.
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l a t e r
, R
o b e r t
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Great Jews in sports.
Middle Village, NY, Jonathan
David, 1983. 288 p.
Up-to-date records o f Jewish sport figures in the past two centu­
ries; special sections on the Maccabiah games and Israeli sport fig­
ures.