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H
e r s h m a n
, A
b r a h a m
M. , trans. The Code of Maimonides. Book 14, the book of
judges. New Haven, Yale, 1949. 335 p.
The first translation in English of this source book of political theory and
law sponsored by the Rabinowitz Foundation.
H
e s c h e l
, A
b r a h a m
J
o s h u a
.
The earth is the Lord’s. New York, Henry Schuman,
1950. 109
p .
The poetry and the mood of the Jews of Eastern Europe.
H
o r o w i t z
, D
a v i d
.
Thirty-three candles. New York, World Union Press, 1949.
506 p.
Experiences of the founder of the United Israel movement, which converted
persons to follow Jewish practices and the story of Boake Car ter’s proselytism.
H
y a m s o n
, M
o s e s
,
ed. Maimonides’s Mishneh Torah. Book I I : Sefer Ahavah.
New York, Bloch, 1949. 288 p.
The text of Maimonides’ Code edited with an English translation.
Jewish Book Annual, v. 8, 1949-1950. New York, Jewish Book Council, 1949.
274
p . _
Studies and bibliographies of Jewish books and their authors in three lan-
guages.
J
i g g e t t s
,
J.
I
d a
.
Religion, diet, and health of Jews. New York, Bloch, 1949.
125 p.
A popular treatment of the Jewish dietary laws.
K
a f r a
.
The illuminated haggadah with English translation by I. Edward Kiev.
New York, Feldheim, 1949. 88 p.
Multi-colored illustrations and text in bold Hebrew script of the traditional
style.
K
a s h e r
, M
e n a c h e m
M .
Israel Passover haggadah arranged and edited with
commentaries. New York, 1950. 182 p.
Compendium of commentaries and illustrations.
K
a t s h
, A
b r a h am
I .
Hebrew language, literature, and culture in American insti-
tutions of higher learning. New York, Payne Educational Sociology Founda-
tion, 1950. 91 p.
The study of Hebrew in American universities from colonial times to the
present.
K
a t z o f f
, L
o u i s
.
Issues in Jewish education. New York, Bloch, 1949. 192
p .
A study of the philosophy of the Conservative congregational school.
K
a y s e r
, R
u d o l f
.
The life and time of Jehudah Halevi. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1949. 176 p.
A biography and an interpretation about Halevi’s ideas on the chosen people
and the redemption of Israel.
K
i s c h
, G
u i d o
.
In search of freedom. New York, Bloch, 1949. 373 p.
A history of American Jews from Czechoslovakia.
--------- , The Jews in medieval Germany: a study of their legal and social status.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1949. 655 p.
The origin and development of Jewry Law based on a thorough study of
sources and documents.
--------- , Pseudo-Philo’s Liber antiquitatum biblicarum. Notre Dame, Ind., Uni-
versity of Notre Dame, 1949. 277 p.
Scholarly edition of Latin codices showing midrashic origin of allegories on
scriptural stories.
K
o h u t
, R
e b e k a h
.
More yesterdays. New York, Bloch, 1950. 209
p .
The autobiography (1925-49) of an American Jewish matriarch. A sequel
to her memoirs
M y Portion.
K
o m a i k o
,
S. B. Here to stay. New York, Bloch, 1949. 322 p.
A collection of anecdotal material pertaining to immigrant Jews in America.
K
r u g e r
, F
a n i a
.
The tenth Jew. Dallas, Kaleidograph Press, 1949. 93 p.
Poems on the Nazi persecutions of the Jews.
K
u s h i n
, N
a t h a n
.
Memoirs of a new American. New York, Bloch, 1949. 157
p .
The success story of an immigrant.
L
a m p r e c h t
, S
t e r l i n g
P. Our religious traditions. Cambridge, Harvard, 1950.
9 9 p .
The chapter on Judaism describes its influence on American thought.