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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
A photo-history of the history, and present life of sixteen Se-
phardic communities in six countries.
S
z u l c
, T
a d
.
The secret alliance: the extraordinary story of the rescue of the
Jews since World War II.
New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1991.
328 p.
V
e l e n s i
, L
u c e t t e
and
N
a th a n
W
a c h t e l
.
Jewish memories.
Berkeley,
CA: University of California Press, 1991. 358 p.
Oral histories of Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jews who migrated
into France during the 20th century.
HOLOCAUST
A
b r a h a m s e n
, S
a m u e l
.
Norway’s response to the Holocaust: a historical per­
spective.
New York: Holocaust Library, 1991. 207 p.
A
l b e r t
, N
a c h u m
.
The destruction of Slonim Jewry: the story of the Jews
of Slonim during the Holocaust.
T r . by Max Rosenfeld. New York:
Holocaust Library, 1991. 380 p.
A
r a d
, Y
i t z h a k
,
ed.
The Einsatzgruppen reports: selectionsfrom the dispatch­
es of the Nazi death squads.
New York: Holocaust Library, 1991.
365 p.
A
x e l r o d
, T
o b y
,
ed.
Memory book of Polish Jewry: the rise and fall of the
Jewish community of Luboml.
New York: Shapolsky, 1991. 320 p.
B
a r t o s z ew s k i
, W
l a d y s l a w
T.
The convent at Auschwitz.
New York: G.
Braziller, 1991. 169 p.
The author places the controversy in the context of 20th century
history, the Holocaust, relations between Israel and the Vatican,
and European anti-Semitism.
B e n i s c h , P e a r l .
T
o
v an qu ish the d ra g on .
Spring Valley, NY: Feldheim,
1991. 451 p.
Acts of courage performed by graduates of Bais Yaakov, who
brought solace to the suffering masses in the ghettos, prisons and
concentration camps.
B
r e it m a n
, R
ic h a r d
.
The architect of genocide: Himmler and the final so­
lution.
New York: Knopf, 1991. 335 p.
B
u t n a r u
,
I.C.
The silent Holocaust: Romania and its Jews.
New York:
Greenwood Press, 1992. 225 p.
Cohn-Sherbok , Dan.
Holocaust theology.
San Francisco: Harper Collins,
1991. 132 p.
Explores the work of eight Holocaust theologians: B. Maza, I.
Maybaum, E. Fackenheim , E. Berkovitz, A .A. Cohen, R.
Rubenstein, E. Wiesel, and M. Ellis, and critiques their shortcom­
ings.
D
w o r k
, D
e b o r a h
.
Children with a star: Jewish youth in Nazi Europe.
New
Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 1991. 354 p.