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preaching, 1654-1970 .
Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama
Press, 1989. 177 p.
F
r ie sel
, E
v y a ta r
.
Atlas of modern Jewish history; revised from the Hebrew
edition.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. 159 p.
F
r om k in
, D
a v id
.
A peace to end all peace: creating the modern Middle East
1914-1922 .
New York: Henry Holt, 1989. 635 p.
Britain’s role in W.W. I and events following.
G
am pel
, B
en jam in
R.
The last Jews on Iberian soil: Navarrese Jewry, 1479
to 1498.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1989. 226
P-
G
e lm an
, C
h a r l e s
.
Do not go gentle; a memoir ofJewish resistance in Poland,
1941-1945 .
Hamden,
CO :
Anchor Books, 1989. 226 p.
G
il b e r t
, M
a r t in
.
The Second World War.
New York: Henry Holt, 1989.
846 p.
Includes substantial coverage of the Holocaust.
G
o la n
, M
a t t i
.
The road to peace; a biography o f Shimon Peres.
Tr. from
the Hebrew by Akiva Ron. New York: Warner Books, 1989. 367
P-
G
o l d be r g
, H
illel
.
Between Berlin and Slobodka: Jewish transition figures
from Eastern Europe.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1989. 269 p.
Biographies of six personalities: Israel Salanter, Harry A.
Wolfson, Isaac Hutner, Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Abraham Joshua
Heschel, and Joseph Z. Lipowitz.
G
o l dm a n
, H
e r sh
,
ed.
The early Acharonim: biographical sketches of the
prominent early rabbinical sages and leaders from the fifteenth-seventeenth
centuries.
Brooklyn, NY: Mesorah, 1989. 252 p.
G
raf
, M
a l v in a
.
The Krakow ghetto and the Plaszow camp remembered.
Tal­
lahassee, FL: Florida State University Press, 1989. 183 p.
Memoir of the W.W. II years.
G
reenberg
, H
ank
a n d B
erkow
, I
ra
.
Hank Greenberg: the story of my
life.
New York: Times Books, 1989. 311 p.
Autobiography.
G
u tm a n
, Y
israel
et al., eds.
The Jews of Poland between two world wars.
Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 1989. 574 p.
27 essays examine the history of PolishJewry from 1918 to 1939.
H
adaw i
, S
am i
.
Bitter harvest: a modern history of Palestine.
Brooklyn, NY:
Interlink, 1989. 351 p.
Pro-Arab approach and interpretation.
H
alter
, M
arek
.
The jester and the kings; a political autobiography.
Tr.
from the French by Lowell Bair. New York: Arcade, 1989. 273
P-
H
ardw ick
, M
ichael
B .
Josephus as an historical source in Patristic literature
through Eusebius.
Atlanta, GA: Scholar’s Press, 1989. 137 p.