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Studies and essays on the establishment, flourishing, and partial
decline of one of the most important Jewish communities in the
world.
P
o lo n s k y
, A
n t o n y
and
N
o rman
D
a v ie s
,
eds.
Jews in Eastern Poland
and the USSR, 1939-1946 .
New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991. 400
P-
Studies deal with the sovietization of Eastern Poland and the
Jews in that area.
R
a d
, G
e r h a r d
v o n
.
Holy war in ancient Israel.
Grand Rapids, MI:
Eerdmans, 1991. 170 p.
Describes the theory and legislation governing holy war.
R
a p o p o r t
, Y
a k o v
.
The doctors’ plot of 1953.
T r . from the Russian by
N.A. Perova. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991.
280 p.
One of the doctors accused of plotting to kill top Soviet leaders,
tells about his imprisonment, and the climate of anti-Semitism in
the Stalinist era.
R
e in h a r z
, J
eh u d a
and
W
a l t e r
S
c h a t z b e r g
.
The Jewish response to Ger­
man culture: from the enlightenment to the Second World War.
Hanover,
NH: University Press of New England, 1991. 362 p.
A collection of essays on the interaction between Jewish and
German culture during the 200 years prior to the Holocaust.
R
ic h a r z
, M
o n ik a
,
ed
.Jewish life in Germany: memoirs from three centuries.
T r. by Stella P. Rosenfeld. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,
1991, 496 p.
S
c h i f fm a n
, L
a w r e n c e
H.
From text to tradition: a history of Second Temple
and rabbinic Judaism.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishing, 1991. 299 p.
The history of Judaism as it develops from the religion of biblical
Israel to the Judaism of the talmudic rabbis.
S
c h o e n b e r g
, N
a n c y
and
S
t u a r t
S
c h o e n b e r g
.
Lithuanian Jewish com­
munities.
New York: Garland Publishing, 1991. 513 p.
A reference source in English on those town of Lithuania that
had Jewish communities. Based on
Yahadut Lita.
S
e r o t t a
, E
d w a r d
.
Out of the shadows: a photographic portrait of Jewish
life in Central Europe since the Holocaust.
Secaucus,
N J
: Carol Pub­
lishing Group, 1991. 256 p.
Photo-documentary that captures in pictures and text, the par­
tisans, survivors, Righteous Gentiles, children, politicians and art­
ists.
S
h a w
, S
t a n fo r d
J .
The Jews of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Re­
public.
New York: New York University Press, 1991. 380 p.
S
t r o m
, Y
a l e
.
Expulsion of the Jews: 500 years of Exodus.
New York:
Shapolsky, 1991. 192 p.