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Translation of:
Assassins de la memoire.
W
a r d i
, D
i n a
.
Memorial candles: children of the Holocaust.
Tr. by Naomi
Goldblum. New York: Tavistock/Routledge, 1992. 270 p. Bibl.,
ix. (International library o f group psychotherapy and group
process)
Report o f the work o f a psychotherapist in private practice in
Jerusalem with the children o f Holocaust survivors. Translation
of:
Nos’e ha-hotam.
When medicine went mad: bioethics and the Holocaust.
Ed. by Arthur L.
Caplan. Totowa, N.J.: Humana Pr., 1992. 359 p. Bibl., ix. (Con­
temporary issues in biomedicine, ethics, and society.)
Papers from the May 17-19, 1989 conference at the Univ. o f
Minnesota. A sober and scholarly analysis o f Nazi physicians’
atrocities committed in the name o f science. Includes personal tes­
timonies o f victims.
W
y d e n
, P
e t e r
.
Stella.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992. 382 p. Bibl.,
ix.
Biography o f Stella Goldschlag, who became a catcher o f hidden
Jews for the Gestapo during World War II.
ISRAEL AND ZIONISM
B
a l l
, G
eo rg e
W .
w it h
D
o u g l a s
B . B
a l l
.
The passionate attachment:
America’s involvement with Israel, 1947 to the present.
New York:
Norton, 1992. 382 p. Ix.
B
eilin
,
Y o ss i.
Israel: a concise political history.
New
York: St. Martin’s
Pr., 1993. 276 p. Bibl., ix.
B
e it
- H
a l l a h m i
, B
e n j a m in
.
Original sins: reflection on the history of Zionism
and Israel.
Concord, Ma.: Pluto Pr., 1992. 218 p.
B ib l . , ix .
F
r i e d m a n
, R
o b e r t
I.
Zealots for Zion: inside Israel’s West Bank settlement
movement.
1st ed. New York: Random House, 1992. 263 p. Ix.
This expose by a writer for the
Village Voice
portrays Jewish
fundamentalist settlers in highly negative terms.
G
o l a n
, M
a t t i
.
With friends like you: what Israelis really think about Amer­
ican Jews.
Tr. by Hillel Halkin. New York: Free Pr., 1992. 184
P-
A highly provocative work.
G
r o s s m a n
, D
a v i d
.
Sleeping on a wire: conversations with Palestinians in
Israel.
Tr. by Haim Watzman. 1st ed. New York: Farrar, Straus,
and Giroux, 1993. 236 p.
Highly recommended, this work offers insight into the Israeli
psyche as well as the Palestinian. It complements his earlier work,
The yellow wind
(1988).