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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
Documents use of Josephus as reliable source by Christian au­
thors from earliest times through Eusebius.
H
a zzard
, S
h ir l e y
.
Countenance of truth: the United Nations and the
Waldheim case.
New York: Viking, 1990. 179 p.
H
er tzberg
, A
r t h u r
.
The Jews in America: four centuries o f an uneasy
encounter; a history.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989. 428 p.
Useful and fair account of what essentially symbolizes an “Amer­
ican epic.”
H
erzer
,
Ivo, ed.
Italian refuge: rescue ofJews during the Holocaust.
Wash­
ington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1989. 305 p.
H
e rzog
, C
h a im
.
Heroes of Israel: profiles ofJewish courage.
Boston: Little,
Brown, 1989. 295 p.
Collection of stories, biblical through contemporary, symbolizing
Jewish courage.
H
e rzog
, Z
e
ev
, R
a p p
, G
eorge
J
r
.
and
N
e g b i
, O
ra
,
eds.
Excavations
at Tel Michal, Israel.
Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota
Press / Tel Aviv: Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archeology,
1989. 462 p.
H
e r z s te in
, R
o bert
E
d w in
.
Roosevelt & Hitler: prelude to war.
New York:
Paragon House, 1989. 500 p.
Work depicts F.D.R. as principal architect of anti-Nazi coalitions
which confronted Hitler in 1939-1941 and destroyed the political
influence of anti-Semitism in the United States.
H
olczler
, M
o sh e
.
Late shadows.
Lakewood, NJ: CLS Communications,
1989. 461 p.
Book in tribute to the slain in the Holocaust.
I
sen b er g
, S
h irley
B
erry
.
India’s Bene Israel; a comprehensive inquiry and
sourcebook.
Berkeley, CA: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1989. 443
P-
Study of Bene Israel with emphasis on their Indian cultural and
historical background.
J
o h n s o n
, J
oyc e
.
What Lisa knew: the truth and lies o f the Steinberg case.
New York: Putnam’s, 1990. 303 p.
Biographical account dealing with the disgraceful conduct of
Joel Steinberg and his “friend” Hedda Nussbaum which led to
the death of their adopted daughter Lisa.
J
o s e p h s
, J
erem y
.
Swastika over Paris.
New York: Arcade, 1989. 191
P-
K
an fer
, S
t e f a n
.
A summer world: the attempt to build a Jewish Eden in
the Catskills, from the days of the ghetto to the rise and decline o f the
Borscht Belt.
New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1989. 333 p.
Saga o f many hotels in the Catskills, especially their attempts
to lure clients with programs of Jewishly flavored entertainment.