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to hijack an airplane and go to Israel. They eventually were al­
lowed to emigrate.
C
z e c h
, D
a n u t a
;
trans. from the Polish.
Auschwitz chronicle, 1939-1945:
from the archives o f the Auschwitz Memorial and the German Federal
Archives.
New York: Henry Holt
8c
C o .
1990. xxi, 855 p.
C
l a r e
, G
e o r g e
.
Before the wall: Berlin days, 1946-1948 .
New York: E.P.
Dutton/Penguin. 1990. x, 288 p.
As a Jew, Clare fled his native Austria in 1938. In 1946 he
worked with British intelligence to license Germans eager to work
in the arts and media after they had been cleared by the de-
Nazification panels.
D
ic k e r
, H
e r m a n
,
ed.
The Mayer Sulzberger-Alexander Marx correspond­
ence: 1904-1923 .
Brooklyn, NY: Sepher-Hermon Press. 1990. x,
206 p.
The collected correspondence between Alexander Marx
(1878-1953) and Mayer Sulzberger (1843-1923). Much o f their cor­
respondence deals with the acquisition o f books for the JTS library.
F
i s h e r
, D
a v i d
.
Kristallnacht: the unleashing of the Holocaust.
Anthony
Read. New York: Peter Bedrick Books. 1990. x, 294 p.
F
l u e k
, T
o b y
K
n o b e l
;
illus. by the author.
Memories of my life in a Polish
village, 1930-1949 .
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1990. 110
P-
An illustrated memoir o f the author’s life as a young Jewish
girl growing up in the Polish farm village o f Czernica.
G
a m e s
, S
o n i a
.
Escape into darkness: a true story o f a young woman's ex­
traordinary survival during World War II.
New York: Shapolsky Pub­
lishers. 1991. 271 p.
G
i l b e r t
, M
a r t i n
.
Auschwitz and the Allies.
New York: Henry Holt &
Co. 1990. 368 p.
Gilbert explores the reasons the Allies did so little to interfere
with the operations o f Auschwitz.
G
o s h e n
-G
o t t s t e i n
, E
s t h e r
.
Recalled to life: the story o f a coma.
New
Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 1990. xiv, 208 p.
Moshe Goshen-Gottstein is an Israeli scholar o f philosophy and
linguistics. This book is an account o f return to consciousness and
to productive life following a four-month-long coma.
G
r e e n f i e l d
, H
a n a
.
Fragments of memory: from Kolin to Jerusalem.
Woodmere, NY: Gefen Publishing House. 1990. 62 p.
Essays on the Holocaust.
H e n r y k E r l i c h
and
V i c t o r A l t e r :
T
wo
heroes and martyrs fo r Jewish
Socialism.
Trans, from the Yiddish and ed. by Samuel
A .
Portnoy.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishing House and Jewish Labor Bund.
1990. viii, 386 p.
H
e r t z b e r g
, A
r t h u r
.
The Jews in America: four centuries of an uneasy