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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
T
r o l l e r
, N
o r b e r t
.
Theresienstadt: Hitler’s gift to the Jews.
T r . by Susan
E. Cernyak-Spatz. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,
1991. 160 p.
W
a l s h a w
, R
a c h e l a
and
S
am
W
a l s h a w
.
From out of thefirestorm: a mem­
oir of the Holocaust.
New York: Shapolsky, 1991. 154 p.
W
e b s t e r
, P
a u l
.
Petain’s crime: the full story of French collaboration in the
Holocaust.
Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1991. 225 p.
Charges that Petain was personally involved in the Nazi cam­
paign of genocide against the Jews, which was part of a French
tradition of anti-Semitism.
ISRAEL AND ZIONISM
C
a sh m a n
, G
r e e r
F
a y
.
Essential Jerusalem.
New York: Little, Brown,
1991. 128 p.
This travel guide includes listings of accommodations, restau­
rants, entertainment, advice for travelers, and historical back­
ground.
E
b a n
, A
b b a
.
Personal witness: Israel through my eyes.
New York: Putnam
Publishing Group, 1992. 320 p.
A companion volume to the new PBS series scheduled for 1992.
An intimate portrait of Israeli history.
E
it a n
, R
a f u l
.
Soldier’s story: the life and times of an Israeli war hero.
New
York: Shapolsky, 1991. 388 p.
Eitan led the Battle for the Mitla Pass in 1956, the Battle of
Suez in the Six-Day War, and the Battle for the Golan Heights
in the Yom Kippur War.
E
l a z a r
, D
a n ie l
J . , ed.
Two people . . . one land: federal solution for Israel,
the Palestinians and Jordan.
Landham,
M D :
University Press of
America, 1991. 216 p.
F
r e ed m a n
, R
o b e r t
O., ed.
Intifada: its impact on Israel, the Arab world,
and the superpowers.
Miami: Florida International University Press,
448 p.
From our sealed rooms: a most unusual war.
A Gulf War retrospective
compiled by the editors of Targum Press. Spring Valley, NY: Tar-
gum Press, 1991. 208 p.
H
e l l e r
, M
a rk
A. and
S
a r i
N
u s s e i b e h
.
No trumpets, no drums: a two-state
settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
N ew
York:
H ill
& Wang,
1991. 183 p.
The outcome of a searching debate between two scholars — one
Israeli, one Palestinian — seeking a blueprint for the settlement
o f the conflict.
K
a m e n
, C
h a r l e s
S.
Little common ground: Arab agriculture and Jewish