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Philip Friedman • 10 Items / 6 Books, 1 Article, 3 Reviews
Martyrs and Fighters (1954)
The Epic of the Warsaw Ghetto
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    Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    The Second World War
    1. The Supreme Command by Forrest C. Pogue
    2. V-2 by Walter Dornberger
    3. Communist Guerrilla Warfare by C. Aubrey Dixon and Otto Heilbrunn
    4. Martyrs and Fighters by Philip Friedman
    5. Iwo Jima: Amphibious Epic by Whitman S. Bartley
    Foreign Affairs, October 1954, p. 159
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    The Year's Best in Religious Books (25 Reviews)
    Jewish Reading List
    1. Aaron Copland by Arthur Berger
    2. Blessed Is the Land by Louis Zara
    3. Eventful Years and Experiences by Bertram Wallace Korn
    4. An American Synagogue for Today and Tomorrow by Peter Blake
    5. Ancient Israel by Harry M. Orlinsky
    6. The Coasts of the Earth by Harold E. Livingston
    7. For Zion's Sake by Norman Bentwich
    8. Good and Evil by Martin Buber
    9. The Holy City by Albert N. Williams
    10. Jewish Thought as a Factor in Civilization by Leon Roth
    11. The Jews in America: A History by Rufus Learsi
    12. A Kid for Two Farthings by Wolf Mankowitz
    13. Man's Quest for God by Abraham Joshua Heschel
    14. Martyrs and Fighters by Philip Friedman
    15. The Music of the Jews by Aron Marko Rothmuller
    16. Myer Myers, Goldsmith, 1723-1795 by Jeanette W. Rosenbaum
    17. Personalities and Events in Jewish History by Cecil Roth
    18. Rebirth and Destiny of Israel by David Ben-Gurion
    19. Rebuilding the Land of Israel by Gershon Canaan
    20. The Spark and the Exodus by Benedict Freedman and Nancy Freedman
    21. Scapegoat of Revolution by Judd L. Teller
    22. A Treasury of Yiddish Stories by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg
    23. The White Citadel by Charles Neider
    24. The Worcester Account by S.N. Behrman
    25. What Is This Jewish Heritage? by Ludwig Lewisohn
    The Saturday Review, March 5, 1955, pp. 36-37