Page 66 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 8 (1949-1950)

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fu n di Gettos un Lagern
(Songs from the Ghettos and Concen-
tration Camps). Undzer Zeit published
In di Yoren fu n Yiddi-
shen Churban
(The Years of Israel’s Destruction). The Arbeiter
Ring brought to light Feigele Peltel-Miendzizhetski’s
Fun Beide
Zeiten Getto Moer
(From Both Sides of the Ghetto Wall). In
Baltimore appeared Shoshanah Taubes’
Di Umfargessleche
(The
Unforgettable). Others of the same genre include Jacob Rassen’s
M ir Villen Leben
(We Want To Live); Meyer Horowitz’s
Iber-
lebungen fu n a Yiddishen Parashutist
(Experiences of a Jewish
Parachutist, Arbeiter Ring); Dr. Isaac Levine’s
Churban Eiropa
(European Destruction), dealing mainly with rescue efforts
and Rabbi Aaron Yeruham’s
Lo Sishkach
(Do Not Forget, Sinai).
In addition to the just completed translation of the Mishna
with commentary by Simchah Pietrushka, a number of other
works of religious import appeared during the year. There were
the
Sefer Hazichronos
, first volume of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s
Memoirs
, published by Otzar Hachassidim; Rabbi David Kir-
shenbaum’s
Fun di Chassidishe Oitzres
(From Chassidic Trea-
sures), rabbinical thoughts and tales (Pardes);
Mantels Folks-
redner
(Mantel’s Popular Speaker, Pardes); and Rabbi I. Z.
Ever’s
Yom Tovdike Simbolen
(Festival Symbols, Ivri).