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J EW I S H BOOK ANNUAL
44
G
o l d w i r t
, B
e l l a
.
Neie teg (New days). New York, 1949. 191 p.
Short stories. Illustrations by No t te Kozlowsky.
G
o r m a n
,
S. Der koyach fun leben (The power of life). Moscow, 1949.
I z b a n ,
S.
Familie Karp. Vol. 1,
3 5 2
p. Vol.
2 , 2 6 6
p. Buenos Aires, Central
Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949.
A novel. The 48th and 49th volumes in the “Polish Jewry” series.
K
r e i t m a n
, E
s t h e r
.
Yichus (Pedigree). London, 1950. 130
p .
Stories and sketches.
P
e r l o v
, Y
i t z h o k
.
Die Mentshn fun Exodus 1947 (The people of the Exodus
1947). Buenos Aires, Central Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine,
1949. 430
p .
A novel.
P
i n s k i
, D
a v i d
.
Ven vegen tsugehen sich (When the roads par t) . New York,
Cyko, 1950. 284 p.
A novel of American Jewish proletarian background.
S
a m b a t y o n
,
M. Der zekster velt-teil (The sixth continent). Vol.
2.
Paris,
1 9 5 0 .
3 7 5 p .
A novel projected in eight sequels.
S
h i s l e r
, H
e r s h
.
Shmeichel un gelechter (Smiles and laughter). Johannesburg,
1949. 190
p .
Humorous, satirical stories.
S
h u l n e r
, D
o r a
.
Esther. Chicago, 1949. 102
p .
Includes the novelettes “Hannah” and “Gloria.”
S
i m k o f f
- B
a d e r
, S
h a y n e
R
o c h e l
.
In gerangel m i t ’n leben (Struggling with life).
New York, 1949. 525 p.
A two-volume work of collected short stories. Illustrations by Lola.
S
m o l a r
, M
i n a
.
In gerangel fun tog (In the struggle of the day). New York, 1950.
112 p .
Nineteen short stories.
S
t e i n b e r g
, E
l i e z e r
.
Mesholim (Fables). Buenos Aires, Besserabian Landsleit,
1949. 302
p .
THE JEWISH CATASTROPHE
B
a s h y k o w s k i
, T
e v y e
.
Tsvishen falendicke vent (Between crumbling walls).
Warsaw, 1949. 354 p.
This book is divided into the following sections: “Warsaw Ghet to In Ba tt le ,”
“ Diary From the Aryan Side,” “The August Uprising in Warsaw,” and “ Back
To the P i t . ”
D
r u c k
, S
a m u e l
.
Judens ta t Jaworow (Swastika Over Jaworow). New York,
First Jaworower Independent Association, 1950. Yiddish, 46 p. English,
35 p. Necrology, 27 p. English adaptation by Samuel Kreiter.
E
i z e n
,
A. Mentshen fun ghetto (People of the ghetto). New York, Cyko, 1949.
130 p.
Ten stories of life under German occupation.
G
a l b e r t
, S
h m u e l
.
Die ghetto in flamen (The ghetto aflame). Munich, 1949.
H
o f n u n g
, D
a v i d
.
Der veg fun pein (The road of pain). Lodz, 1949. 120 p.
Eight stories of the Polish Jewish scene.
In heldishn gerangl (In heroic struggle). New York, Unzer Zeit, 1949. p. 285
The participation of the “ Bund” in Ghet to battles.
K
a h a n
, S
h o s h a n n e
.
In feier un flamen (In fire and flames). Buenos Aires,
Central Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 406 p.
Stories in diary form. Introduction by Fishel Bimko. The 51st volume in
the “Polish Jewry” series.
K
e l e r i c k
, M
a l k e
.
Tsurick tsum leben (Back to life). Munich, 1949.
Stories of concentration camps.
M
o r i t z
, D
a v i d
.
Hurban Dinov, Monik, Dibetsk (The destruction of Dinov,
Monik, Sibetsk). New York, 1949. 156 p.
O
l i t z k i
,
L. Durch toit tsum leben (To life through death) . Buenos Aires, Yikuf,
1949. 102 p.