Page 53 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 9 (1950-1951)

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KRE I TER ---- RECENT YIDDISH BOOKS
R
i f k i n d
, H
e r t z
.
Arum dem kessel deck (Around the cauldron) . Munich, 1949.
A novel of the fight for survival.
S
h a l i t
, L
e v i
.
Azoi zenen mir geshtorben (Thus we died). Munich, 1949. 332 p.
S
i l b e r m a n
, C
h a y i m
.
Vie lang is es geven? (How long ago was it?) Moscow,
1948. 208 p.
Stories of the Red Army-Nazi conflict.
S
p i e g e l
, S
h a y n e
.
Mentshen in thoim (People in the abyss). Buenos Aires,
Yikuf, 1949. 102 p.
«
Eight Warsaw ghetto stories.
T
s h e n i n
, M
e l a c h
.
Uzbekistan. Munich, 1949. 160
p .
Seven stories.
W
e i s b o r d
, A
b r a h a m
.
Es
shtarbt a shtetl
( A
town dies). Munich, 1949.
A novel describing the destruct ion of the author’s own community.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY , MEMOIRS
A
lmi
, E
li
A.
Momenten fun a leben (Moments of a life). Buenos Aires, Central
Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 253 p.
The Polish Jewish scene. The 40th in the “Polish Jewry” series.
B
u r s t y n
,
M. Uber die churves fun Poilen (Over the ruins of Poland). Buenos
Aires, Central Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 222 p.
The 42nd book in the “Polish Jewry” series. The author was murdered by
the Nazis.
Dos vort fun vidershtand un sieg (The word of resistance and triumph). Paris,
1949. 272
p.
A collection of underground newspapers, brochures, placards, etc., circulated
by Jewish resistance groups in France, 1940-1944.
Dos yiddishe Radom in churves (The ruins of Jewish Radom). New York, 1949.
277
p.
By the survivors of Radom, Poland, in a camp in Stuttgart, Germany.
E
inhorn
, M
oses
, editor. Wolkowisker yizkor buch. (Remembrance book of
Wolkowisk). New York, Moses Einhorn,
1949. 2
vols.
990
p.
F
rankel
-Z
altsman
, P
esia
. Heftling numer
94771
(Prisoner no.
94771).
Mont-
real,
1949. 175
p.
Experiences in German camps, 1941-1945, as told to M. M. Shaffir.
G
a z h a n s k y
, E
l i
.
Der mentsh hot gesiegt (Man triumphed). Warsaw, 1949.
220 p.
Notations and impressions of an author who perished in an airplane crash
en route to Israel.
G
r a n i t s t e i n
, M
o i s h e
.
Volin mein heim (Volhynia, my home). 2nd vol. Buenos
Aires, 1950. 225 p.
K
a i z e r
, S
h l o i m e
.
S’vilt sich dertselen (One feels like recounting). New York,
Local 35, ILGWU, 1949. 334 p.
Life story of a person who “ . . . failed to distinguish himself in any particular
way.”
M
i l l
, J
o h n
.
Pioneren un boier (Pioneers and builders). New York, Der Vecker,
1949. Vol. 2. 307 p.
M
u k d o i n i
,
A. Meine begegnishen
( M y
encounters). Buenos Aires, Central
Federation of Polish Jews of the Argentine, 1949. 303 p.
O
s t r o w c e
.
Buenos Aires, 1949. 217 p.
A memorial volume sponsored by the Ostrowce
landsmanshaft
in the Argen-
tine.
Pinkos fun yiddishe druker in Poilen (Chronicle of the Yiddish printers of Poland).
Warsaw, 1949. 192 p.
Contains “History,” “The Ghetto Fights,” “Memoirs,” “Reconstruction,”
“Verse,” and “Reports .” Pictures and photographs.
P
r e s s m a n
, A
z r i e l
.
Der durchgegangener veg (The travelled road). New York,
1950. 204
p.
Autobiography.
R
a s s e n
, J
a c o b
.
Mir viln leben (We want to live). 1949. 316 p.
Martyrdom in Europe and a new beginning in Israel.