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JEWISH BOOK A N N U A L
B a r - Z o h a r , M i c h a e l .
Arrows of theAlmighty: the most extraordinary true spy
story of World War II.
New York, Macmillan, 1985. 228 p.
Story o f P.E. Fackenheim, a Jewish inmate o f Dachau, who was
parachuted into Palestine by German intelligence to spy on the Brit­
ish on the eve o f Rommel’s North African offensive.
B e n d i x , R e in h a r d .
From Berlin to Berkeley: German-Jewish identities.
New
Brunswick, NJ, Transaction, 1986. 300 p.
Intellectual portraits o f author, a leading social scientist, and his
father Ludwig Bendix, an eminent jurist in pre-war Germany, who
was rejected by the Nazis.
B e r k , S t e p h e n M .
Year of crisis, year ofhope: RussianJewryand thepogroms of
1881-1882.
Westport, CT , Greenwood Press, 1985. 231 p.
B l u m e n t h a l , D a v id
R., ed.
Approaches toJudaism in medieval times; vol. II.
Decatur, GA , Scholars Press, 1985. 184 p. Paperbound.
Essays on aspects o f medieval Judaism.
B o a s , J a c o b .
Boulevard des Miseres: the story of Transit Camp Westbrook.
Hamden, CT , Archon
Book s ,
1985. 169 p.
B owm an , S t e v e n B .
TheJews of Byzantium: 1204—1453.
University, AL,
University o f Alabama Press, 1985. 380 p.
Traces the fortunes o f Greek Jews and their interaction with
co-religionists from neighboring lands.
B r e d in , J e a n -D e n is .
The affair: the case of Alfred Dreyfus.
Tr. from the
French by Jeffrey Mehlman. New York, G. Braziller, 1986. 628 p.
C a s t e l , F r a n c o i s .
The history of Israel andJudah in Old Testament times.
T r.
by Matthew J. O ’Connell. New York, Paulist Press, 1985. 267 p.
C o h e n , Em i l B e r n a r d .
The immortal people: a short history of theJewishpeo­
ple.
Tr. from the German and revised by Hayim Perlmuter. New
York, Paulist Press, 1985. 169 p. Paperbound.
C o h e n , M i c h a e l
J.
Churchill and theJews.
Totowa, NJ, Biblio Distribu­
tion, 1985. 388 p.
Assessment o f Churchill’s policies toward Jews and Zionism.
D a y a n , Y a e l .
Myfather, his daughter.
New York, Farrar, Straus
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Giroux,
1985. 289 p.
Biography o f Moshe Dayan.
D e F e l i c e , R en z o .
Jews in an Arab land: Libya, 1835—1970.
Tr. from the
Italian by Judith Roumani. Austin, TX , University o f Texas Press,
1985. 406 p.
D e R o t h s c h i l d , G u y .
The whims of fortune.
Tr. from the French by
Marjorie Stoneridge. New York, Random, 1985. 337 p.
Author’s memoirs.
E d e l s t e i n , D o v B e r i l .
Worlds torn asunder.
Hoboken, NJ, Ktav, 1985.
176 p.
Autobiographical account by an Auschwitz survivor.