Page 26 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 9 (1950-1951)

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c h w a r z
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W. The root and the bough. New York, Rinehar t , 1949. 362 p.
The epic record of Jewish courage and heroism in the face of war and ex-
termination, as revealed in stories by Jewish victims of Nazism.
h i p p e n
, K
a t h e r i n e
B .
Moses. New York, Harper , 1949. 132 p.
A popular biography.
i l b e r m i n t z
, S
e y m o u r
ed. Songs of Israel. New York, Young Zionist Actions
Committee, 1949. 169 p.
Modern Hebrew songs with music for chorus.
i l v e r
, M
a x w e l l
The way to God. New York, Philosophical Library, 1950.
303 p.
Philosophical dialogue between father and son on Jewish theology and the
relation of modern science and philosophy to religion.
p e i s e r
, E
p h r a i m
A. The United States and the Near East. Rev. ed. Cambridge,
Harvard, 1950. 301 p.
The background of American policy in Palestine and its neighbors brought
up to date.
t a m p f e r
, J
u d a h
Jerusalem has many faces. New York, Farrar , Straus, 1950.
106 p.
A first book of poems inspired by the au thor’s participation in the battle
for the liberation of Jerusalem.
t a r r
, J
o s h u a
Romania. New York, Bloch, 1949. 123 p.
The Jewries of the Levant after the fourth crusade.
t e u e r
, A
r o n
Max D. Steuer: trial lawyer. New York, Random, 1950. 256 p.
The biography of the noted New York lawyer written by his son, a justice
of the New York State Supreme Court.
t e v e n s o n
, B
u r t o n
The home book of Bible quotations. New York, Harper ,
1949. 645 p.
An arrangement of quotations from the English Bible.
Syllabus in Modern Hebrew. Albany, University of the State of New York, 1949.
69 p.
Curriculum, methods and tests for the study of Hebrew in high schools.
e l i k o v s k y
, I
m m a n u e l
Worlds in collision. New York, Macmillan, 1950. 401 p.
A comparative study of ancient texts and folklore with a theory about cos-
mic disturbances in the days of Moses and Joshua.
a l l i s
, L
o u i s
A. The Bible and modern belief. Durham, N. C., Duke University
Press, 1949. 176 p.
A treatise on the rise of the religion of Israel in ancient Palestine.
a l z e r
R. Galen on Jews and Christians. New York, Oxford, 1949. 109
p .
The references to Jews in the Greek text.
e i n r e i c h
, U
r i e l
College Yiddish. New York, Yiddish Scientific Inst i tute ,
1949. 397 p.
Introduction to the Yiddish language and to Jewish life and culture as
found in Yiddish literature.
e i n t r a u b
, R
u t h
secure these rights? Anti-Semitism in the United
States. New York, Doubleday, 1949. 215 p.
Report of the activities of the Anti-Defamation League.
i l d e
, R
o b e r t
The treatment of the Jews in the Greek Christian writers of the
first three centuries. Washington, Catholic University, 1949. 239 p.
The pagan and the Christian att i tude to the Jews analyzed on the basis of
early sources.
W7i s c h n i t z e r , M a r k .
dwell in safety. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication So-
ciety, 1949. 368 p.
The story of Jewish migration since 1800.
i s e
, S
t e p h e n
Challenging years. New York, Pu tnam,
1 9 4 9 . 3 2 3 p .
Memoirs of fifty active years in the American rabbinate, in Zionist leader-
ship and civic affairs.
r i g h t
, N
a t h a l i a
Melville’s use of the Bible. Durham, Duke, 1949. 203 p.
A thorough s tudy of the biblical influence on Melville.
YIVO annual of Jewish Social Science, v. 4. New York, Yiddish Scientific Inst i tute ,
1949. 312 p.
Studies in the fields of Jewish sociology and education.