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e i c h e l
, A
a r o n
The maverick rabbi.
Norfolk, VA, Donning Company,
1984. 360 p. Paperbound.
Biography of Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein (1890-1970).
o c h l i n
, H
a r r ie t
r e d
Pioneer Jews: a new life in the Far West.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1984. 243 p.
History ofJewish life in the American West from the 16th century
to the final days of the frontier.
o z e n b l i t t
, M
a r s h a
L .
The Jews of Vienna, 1867-1914: assimilation and
Albany, State University of New York Press, 1984. 284 p.
Study of Jewish immigrants to Vienna in the 19th century who
transformed old Jewish patterns into modern urban variations.
y a n
, A
l l a n
A .
Quiet neighbors: prosecuting Nazi war criminals in America.
New York, Harcourt, 1984. 386 p.
a n d e r s
Jesus and Judaism.
Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1985.
444 p.
c h e c h t e r
, E
d m u n d
Viennese vignettes; personal recollections.
York, Vantage Press, 1983. 213 p.
Work is about Viennese Jews between the two world wars.
c h i f f m a n
, L
a w r e n c e
H .
Who was aJew?: rabbinic and halakhic perspectives
on the Jewish Christian schism.
New York, Ktav, 1985. 131 p.
c h l a c h t e r
, G
a i l
The Third Reich, 1933-1939; a historical bibliogra­
Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-Clio Information Services, 1984.
239 p.
Collection of 932 abstracts of articles published in 1973-1982,
including “The crushing of German Jewry.”
The Weimar Republic; a historical bibliography.
Santa Barbara,
CA, ABC-Clio Information Service, 1984. 285 p.
Over 1000 abstrac ts d raw n from jo u rn a ls pub lish ed in
1973-1982, including chapter on “The Jews of Weimar.”
c h m i d t
, M
a t t h i a s
Albert Speer: the end of a myth.
Tr. from the German
by Joachim Neugroschel. New York, St. Martin’s, 1984. 276 p.
Depicts Speer as an opportunistic liar fully aware of the Nazi
atrocities and maneuvering to become Hitler’s successor.
c h u l t z
, J
o s e p h
P., ed.
Mid-America's promise: a profile of Kansas City
Kansas City, MO, Jewish Community Foundation of Greater
Kansas City/The American Jewish Historical Society, 1984. 405 p.
Studies on aspects of Kansas City Jewish life, including Jewish
education, philanthropy, Zionism, etc.
c h u l z i n g e r
, M
o r r i s
S .
The tale of a Litvak.
New York, Philosophical
Library, 1985. 366 p.
c h w a r z b e r g
, G
u n t h e r
The murder at Bullenhauser Damm: the SS doctor
and the children.
T r. by Erna Baber Rosenfeld with Alvin H.
Rosenfeld. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1984. 178 p.