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A L P E R T ---- BOOKS ON Z IO N I SM AND I S R A E L
B
u r r o w s
, M
i l l a r
.
Palestine is our business. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1949.
155 p.
A Christian theologian and anti-Zionist maintains tha t Palestine is of pri-
mary concern to the Christian world and must not be left in the hands of the
Jews.
D
u n n e r
, J
o s e p h
.
The republic of Israel. New York, Whit tlesey House, 1950.
269 p.
A detailed, factual account of the developments leading up to the estab-
lishment of Israel and an analysis of the government structure, par ty system,
etc., of the new State.
E
t h r i d g e
, W
i l l i e
S
n o w
.
Going to Jerusalem. New York, Vanguard, 1950. 313 p.
The wife of an American member of a U.N. Commission offers her thinly
disguised pro-Arabic views on Arab-Jewish relations.
F
o s d i c k
, H
a r r y
E
m e r s o n
.
Pilgrimage to Palestine. New York, Macmillan, 1949.
332 p.
New edition of a book published more than twenty years ago; a travelogue
with additional objective comments on political, social and religious conditions
in the country.
F
r a n k l
, O
sca r
B
e n j a m i n
.
Theodor Herzl, the Jew and the man. New York,
Storm, 1949. 190 p.
A former close associate of Dr. Herzl writes with love and adoration about
the man and his personality.
G
i t l i n
, M
u r r a y
.
The embarkation. New York, Crown, 1950. 219
p .
A novel about an American ex-soldier in Europe who is profoundly impressed
by the efforts of Jewish refugees to reach Palestine.
G
r a d e n w i t z
, P
e t e r
.
The music of Israel: its rise and growth through five thou-
sand years. New York, W. W. Norton, 1949. 334 p.
A comprehensive and thorough survey of Jewish music.
G
u r i o n
, I
t z h a k
.
Triumph on the gallows. New York, Brith Trumpeldor, 1950.
200 p.
The story of Irgun’s battle against the British as told by one of its own
members.
H
e l l e r
, J
o s e p h
.
The Zionist idea. New York, Schocken, 1949. 246 p.
An intelligent and well-organized discussion of the philosophy and ideology
which has motivated the Zionist movement.
I
n f i e l d
, H
e n r i k
F. &
M
a i e r
, J
o s e p h
B. Cooperative group living. New York,
Henry Koosis, 1950. 261 p.
Contains an excellent study of kibbutz life in Israel.
K
o e s t l e r
, A
r t h u r
.
Promise and fulfillment. New York, Macmillan, 1949. 335
p .
An account of the political, social and religious factors involved in the es-
tablishment of Israel; controversial in parts.
L
e v i n
, H
a r r y
.
I saw the battle of Jerusalem. New York, Schocken, 1950. 288 p.
A first-hand account of suffering and heroism in the beleaguered capital of
Israel.
M
a l e t z
, D
a v i d
.
Young hearts. New York, Schocken, 1950. 237 p.
English translation of Israel’s popular novel on kibbutz life known in He-
brew as
Maagalot.
M
a n u e l
, F
r a n k
E. The realities of American-Palestine relations. Washington,
D.C., Public Affairs Press, 1949. 378 p.
A history of the diplomatic relations between the two countries based, for
the most part , on U.S. government records.
M
a t t h e w s
, C
h a r l e s
D. Palestine — Mohammedan holy land. New Haven, Yale
University Press, 1949. 176 p.
Some Moslem writings on the place of Palestine in Mohammedan history
and belief.
M
i k e s e l l
, R
a y m o n d
F. &
C
h e n e r y
, H
o l l i s
B. Arabian oil — America’s stake
in the middle east. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, 1949. 201 p.
The familiar story of oil; illuminating because of its information on the
handling of the so-called Palestine problem.
P
e a r l m a n
,
L t .
C
o l
. M
o s h e
.
The army of Israel. New York, Philosophical Li-
brary, 1950. 256 p.