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American-Jewish Non-Fiction
S t e s s e l , Z a h a v a S z a s z .
Wine and Thoms in Tokay Valley:Jewish Life
in Hungary: the History ofAbaujszanto.
Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickin­
son Univ. Press, 1995. 341 p. (Sara F. YoseloffMemorial Publications
in Judaism and Jewish Affairs) Bibliog., index.
A scholarly history of the Jews o f Abaujszanto from 17 38 -1950 recom­
mended for academic libraries.
V i d a l - N a q u e t , P i e r r e .
TheJews: History, Memory
,
and the Present.
Tr. and ed. by David Ames Curtis; with a foreword by Paul Berman
and a new preface by the author. New York: Columbia Univ. Press,
1996. 337 p. (European Perspectives) Bibliog., index.
W a s s e r s t e i n , B e r n a r d .
Vanishing Diaspora: theJews in Europe since
1945.
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1996. 325 p.
W e x l e r , P a u l .
The non-Jewish Origins of the Sephardic Jews.
Albany:
State Univ. o f New York Press, 1996. 321 p. (SUNY Series in Anthro­
pology and Judaic Studies) Bibliog., index.
W y l e n , S t e p h e n .
TheJews in the Time ofJesus: an Introduction.
New
York: Paulist Press, 1996. 215 p. Bibliog., index.
HOLOCAUST
A r d i t t i , L e o n .
The Will to Live: Two Brothers in Auschwitz.
Tr. from
the French by Nanette Fuinta. New York: Shengold, 1996. 111 p.
Auschwitz andafter: Race, Culture, and uTheJewish Question”in France.
Ed.
by Lawrence D. Kritzman. New York: Routledge, 1995. 335 p. Bibliog.
C h e v r i l l o n , C l a i r e .
Code Name Christiane Clouet: a Woman in the
French Resistance.
Tr. by Jane Kielly Stott. College Station: Texas
A&M Univ. Press, 1995. 221 p. Bibliog., index.
Translation o f an unpublished manuscript covering the years 1939-1945 .
Children in the Holocaust and World War II: Their Secret Diaries.
Compiled
by Laurel Holliday. New York: Pocket Books, 1995. 409 p. Bibliog.
Del Fuego: Sephardim and the Holocaust.
Ed. by Solomon Gaon & M.
Mitchell Serels. New York: Sepher-Hermon Press, 1995. 158 p. Bibliog.
D e l b o , C h a r l o t t e .
Auschwitz andAfter.
Tr. by Rosette G. Lamont;
with an intro, by Lawrence A. Langer. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press,
1995. 354 p.
Contains:
None of Us Will Return; Useless Knowledge; The Measure of Our
Days.
Highly recommended.
D i p p e l , J o h n V a n H o u t e n .
Bound Upon a Wheel ofFire: Why so
Many GermanJewsMade the TragicDecision toRemain in Nazi Germany.
New York: BasicBooks, 1996. 353 p.
Focuses on six leaders, including Rabbi Leo Baeck and Max Warburg. An
important and original contribution, highly recommended for all audiences.