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D a v i s , M a c .
Jews fight too. N. Y., Jordan, 1945. 221 p. $2.00.
True stories of unknown and unsung heroes of the Jewish faith, the world over,
who fought gallantly and died gloriously during the war. (12-16)
F a s t , H o w a r d
M. Haym Salomon, Son of liberty. N. Y., Messner, 1941. 243 p.
־5°•2*.
The life story of the Polish Jew, broker and financier who did so much to help
the American cause during the Revolution. (11-14)
F l e g , E d m o n d .
Why
I
am a Jew. Bloch, 1929. 100 p. Trans lated by Mrs.
Stephen S. Wise. $1.25.
An inspiring autobiography of a great French author. (13-16)
G u t s t e i n , M o r r i s
A. Aaron Lopez and Judah Touro; a refugee and a son of a
refugee. Behrman, 1939. 118 p. $1.25.
Biographical sketches of two early American merchants. (10-13)
I s h - K i s h o r , S u l a m i t h .
Jews
t o
remember. Hebrew, 1941. 127
p .
$1.25.
Brief biographies of famous Jews of the world and their contributions. (9-12)
K a l i s h e r , B e t t y .
Watchmen of the night. UAHC, 1936. 205 p. $1.25.
Collection of stories of twenty-one eminent characters in Jewish history from
the time of Johanan ben Zakkai through tha t of Herzl. (9-12)
K o h u t , R e b e k a .
My portion. Bloch, 1925. 301 p. $1.00.
Autobiography of a noted American Jewess. Introduction by Henrietta Szold.
Her later volume of reminiscences, “As I know them” . (Bloch, 1929) is also
of interest. (14-16)
L e o n a r d , O s c a r .
Americans all. Behrman, 1945. 256 p. $2.50.
An original and well written account of the glorious role the Jews played in
American history. Beautifully illustrated and designed. (12-16)
L e v i n g e r , E l m a
E. Great Jewish women. Behrman, 1940. 159 p.
Thirty-three short biographies of representative Jewish women from Biblical
times to the present. (11-15)
L o t z ,
P.
H e n r y ,
editor. Distinguished American Jews. N. Y., Association Press,
1 9 4 5 . 1 0 7 p . $ 1 . 5 0 .
Studies of twelve men and women of different talents who have a t least two
bonds in common — their American citizenship and Jewish ancestry. (13-16)
L u r i e , R o s e
G. The great march, 2 vols. UAHC, 1931, 1940. $1.75.
A collection of stories of famous Jews and Jewesses of all times with an his-
toric interpretation. (9-12)
P e s s i n , D e b o r a h .
Giants on the earth. Behrman, 1940. 256 p. $2.00.
Twenty-eight short biographies of great Jewish men and women from the
time of the discovery of America to the present. (11-14)
HISTORY
A l o f s i n , D o r o t h y .
The stream of Jewish life. UAHC, 1943. 374 p. $2.00.
An a ttemp t to acquaint young people with significant national Jewish insti-
tutions and organizations. (11-14)
B o n s e r , E d n a
M.
H o w
the early Hebrews lived and learned. N. Y., Macmillan,
1924. 269 p. $2.00.
A dramatic retelling of some Bible stories, outlining the progress which the
Hebrew people made in agriculture, industry, literature, and religion in the
1,500 years after Abraham. (12-15)
B r o w n e , L e w i s .
Stranger than fiction. N. Y., Macmillan,• 1925. 377 p. $1.75.
A very readable history of the Jews. Original in style and cleverly illustrated.
(11-14)
C o h n , E m i l
B. This immortal people. Behrman, 1945. 118 p. $2.00.
A very condensed account of more than 40 centuries of Jewish history, with
emphasis on ideals and aspirations, rather than on facts, very readable.
(13-16)