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Disproves conclusively speculations that Hitler was unaware o f
the crimes perpetrated by his underlings.
F r e edm a n , T h e o d o r e ,
ed.
Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union; its roots and
consequences.
New York, Freedom Library Press/Anti-Defamation
League o f Bnai Brith, 1984. 664 p. Paperbound.
Includes papers from the Seminar on Soviet anti-Semitism in
Jerusalem, 1978, and from the International Colloquium on anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union, Paris 1979.
F r i e d l a n d e r , S a u l .
Reflections o f Nazism: on essay on kitsch and death.
New
York, Harper & Row, 1984. 141 p.
A study o f the recent fascination with the myth o f the Nazi
movement, which poses serious moral and political problems.
F u c h s , A b r a h am .
The unheeded cry.
Brooklyn, NY, Mesorah, 1984 .288 p.
Account o f Rabbi Chaim Michael Dov Weissmandil’s attempt to
negotiate a deal with Eichmann to save Jewish lives in exchange for
trucks.
F u r e t , F r a n c o i s .
In the workshop o f history.
Chicago, University o f
Chicago Press, 1985. 259 p.
G e r s h e n s o n , A l v i n
H.
Israel and Valley Forge.
Little Rock, AR, Valley
Press Book Publishers, 1984. 360 p.
Reprint o f Pierre van Passen’s
The forgotten ally.
Also insights on
links between the U.S. and Israel based on their respective wars o f
independence.
G i l b e r t , M a r t in .
The Jews o f hope.
New York, Viking, 1984. 237 p.
Saga about a group o f Jews in Russia, whose decision to identify
with Judaism had been put to difficult test due to curtailment o f
their anticipated emigration.
G i lm o v s k y , N o rm a n .
My life, my destiny.
Cranbury,
N J ,
Cornwall Books,
1984. 315 p.
Autobiographical work.
G o l d b e r g , A n a t o l .
Ilya Ehrenburg; revolutionary, novelist, poet, war
correspondent, propagandist: the extraordinary epic of a Russian survivor.
New York, Viking, 1984. 312 p.
G o l d s c h e i d e r , C a l v i n
and
Z u c k e rm a n , A l a n
S.
The transformation o f the
Jews.
Chicago, University o f Chicago Press, 1985. 279 p.
G o l d s t e i n , I s r a e l .
My world as a Jew, 2 vols.
New York, Herzl Press,
1984. 353 and 413 p.
Autobiographical work.
G o l d s t e i n - G o l d e n , L a z a r .
From ghetto Kovno to Dachau.
Berl Kagan, ed.
Tr. into English by Max Rosenfeld. New York, Esther Goldstein,
1985. 149 + 124 (Yiddish).
G o l y a k h o v s k y , V la d im i r .
Russian doctor.
Tr. from the Russian by Mi­
chael Sylwester and Eugene Ostrovsky. New York, St. Martin’s/
Marek, 1984. 312 p.