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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
tral Europe: A study in elective affinity.
T r. by Hope Heaney, London:
Athlone Press, 1992. 250 p.
N
in i
, Y
e h u d a
.
The Jews of Yemen 1800-1914 .
London: Harwood Ac­
ademic Publishers, 1991.
P
e l e g
-M
a r ia n s k a
, M
ir iam
and
P
e l e g
, M
o r d e c a i
.
Witnesses: life in oc­
cupied Krakow.
London: Routledge, 1991. 256 p.
P
o lo n s k y
, A
n t o n y
,
ed.
The Jews of old Poland: the Jewish community in
the post-Lithuanian Commonwealth 1000-1975 .
London: I.B. Tauris,
1991. 300 p.
R
a p h a e l
, C
h a im
.
Sephardi story: celebration of Jewish history.
London:
Vallentine Mitchell, 1991.
Ro’i,
Y
a a c o v
.
The struggle for Soviet Jewish emigration 1948-1967 .
Cam­
bridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992. 512 p. (Soviet and East Eu­
ropean studies, 75)
S
a l i t a n
, L
a u r ie
P .
Politics and nationality in contemporary Soviet-Jewish
emigration, 1968-89.
London:
S t .
Antony’s/Macmillan, 1991. 192
P-
S
l o w e s
, S
a lom o n
W.
The road to Katyn: a soldier’s story.
Edited by
Wladyslaw T . Bartoszewski. T r . by Naftali Greenwood. Oxford:
Blackwell in association with the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies,
1992. 234 p.
S
t a n f o r d
,
] .Jew s of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic.
London:
Macmillan, 1991. 400 p.
T
r e b i l c o
, P
a u l
R.
Jewish communities in Asia Minor.
Cambridge: Cam­
bridge Univ. Press, 1991. 330 p. (Society for New Testament
studies. Monograph series, 69)
FICTION
M
a s s i e
, A
l l a n
.
The sins of the father.
London: Hutchinson, 1991.
A novel about the relationship between two people — one whose
father was a survivor of the concentration camp and the other
a Nazi criminal.
Mosco,
M
a i s i e
.
Out of the ashes.
London: HarperCollins, 1991.
Latest in the Almond and Raisins series.
P
r a g e r
, E
m i l y
.
Eve’s tattoo.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1992. 192 p.
The story of Eve who, after tattooing herself with the number
of an Auschwitz victim, becomes obsessed with the life of the wom­
an herself.
R
u b e n s
, B
e r n i c e
.
Mother Russia.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1992.
Charts the monumental events which make up the history of the
Soviet Union seen through eyes of two families.