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K
a n t o r
, M
a t t i s
.
The Jewish time line encyclopedia.
Northvale, NJ: Jason
Aronson, 1989. 362 p.
Work uses chronologies and time lines to convey Jewish history’s
greatest people and events.
K
ram er
, G
u d r u n
.
The Jews in modern Egypt, 1942-1952 .
Seattle, WA:
University of Washington Press, 1989. 319 p.
Author’s conclusion: Jews were only marginally integrated into
the country’s Muslim dominant culture.
K
ram er
, J
u l ia
W
o o d
.
This, too, is fo r the best: Simon Kramer and his
stories.
New York: Peter Lang, 1989. 433 p.
Narrative relating German-Jewish history in the 19th century
as seen through the eyes of Simon Kramer.
K
u b a r
, Z
o f ia
.
Double identity; a memoir.
New York: Hill and Wang,
1989. 208 p.
Autobiographical account by one who escaped from the Warsaw
ghetto.
L
e v ia t in
, D
a v id
.
Followers of the trail: Jewish working-class radicals in
America.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1989. 299 p.
History of a group that founded a pastoral commune in 1929
in Peekskill, NY.
L
uk a s
, R
ich ar d
C., ed.
Out o f the inferno: Poles remember the Holocaust.
Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1989. 201 p.
L
ym a n
, D
arryl
.
The Jewish comedy catalog.
New York: Jonathan David,
1989. 256 p.
Collection of short biographies of some hundred 20th-century
American Jewish comedians.
M
ac
A
d am s
, W
ill iam
.
Ben Hecht: the man behind the legend.
New York:
Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1990. 366 p.
Biography.
The Moss Haggadah: a complete reproduction of the Haggadah written and
illuminated by David Moss fo r Richard and Beatrice Levy with the com­
mentary o f the artist.
Rochester, NY: Bet Alpha, 1990. 61 p. of com­
mentary, plus unpg. text o f illustrated Haggadah.
M
iller
, J
u d it h
.
One, by one, by one: facing the Holocaust.
New York:
Simon & Schuster, 1990. 319 p.
Troubling and thought-provoking exploration into a dark world
of memory and redemption.
M
o r g a n
, T
e d
.
An uncertain hour: the French, the Germans, the Jews, the
Klaus Barbie trial, and the city of Lyon, 1940-1945 .
New York: Arbor
House/William Morrow, 1989. 416 p.
Study focusing on Barbie’s atrocities and the depth of moral
depravity into which humanity can sink.
N
ir
, Y
e h u d a
.
A memoir.
San Diego, CA: Harcourt, 1989. 256 p.
Autobiographical account from the Holocaust period.