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Brooklyn, NY: Jewish Combatants Publishers House, 1986-1991. Second Revised Edition. Hardcover. FOUR VOLUME SET. Volumes One (646, ) pages and Two (648 pages)are second Revised Edition. Volume Three (646, ) pages-- may be first edition (publicaiton date is 1986), and Volume Four (648 pages) has a publication date of 1991. Illustreated with almost 800 Documents, Maps, Photographs, and Drawings. Endpoaper maps. This repository of accounts of Jewish resistance by partisan and underground activities contains memoirs, letters, testimonies, biographies, and autobiographies of members of the resistance movement. Through these accounts, Kowalski attempts to portray the Jewish partisan as a courageous soldier engaged in a threefold battle: fighting the Nazi invaders, enduring the indigenous antisemitism of the population, and struggling to survive within the underground resistance movement.
New York: Hill and Wang, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. 22 cm, 208 pages. Name and address label pasted inside front flyleaf. Born July 20, 1915 in Lodz, Poland, daughter of Izaak and Rachela Szenfeld Rubinstejn. Married Viktor Kubar in 1946 at Warsaw. Zofia was a survivor of Warsaw Ghetto and the Holocaust. Graduate of Jagellonian University in Cracow, Poland. Former Editor in Chief of "NASZA KSIEGARNIA", publishing house for children's books. Graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. Author of many books in Poland and author of "Double Identity: a memoir". She died in 1991.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1983. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. 544 pages. Maps. Illustrations. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Signed on fep by author. Minor page discoloration from a newspaper clippping on pages 128/9. Dan Halperin Kurzman (27 March 1922, San Francisco – 12 December 2010, Manhattan), was an American journalist and writer of military history books. In the early 1950s, he worked in Europe and in Israel for American newspapers and news agencies and was then correspondent of the NBC News in Jerusalem. In 1960 he published his first political book, a biography of the Japanese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi. In the 1960s, Kurzman worked as a foreign policy correspondent for the Washington Post. In 1965 he received the George Polk Award for external reporting. After the end of the sixties, the Washington Post had left, he devoted himself to researching and writing Modern History, especially military history non-fiction. He is also a recipient of the Cornelius Ryan Award.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1997. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xvii, , 331,  pages. Illustrations. Notes. Glossary. Index. Table of Cases. During the course of her legal career, Pnina Lahav has published nearly 50 journal articles and three books, including the critically acclaimed Judgment in Jerusalem: Chief Justice Simon Agranat and the Zionist Century. Winner of Israel’s Seltner Award and the Gratz College Centennial Book Award, she is presently completing a biography of Israel’s fourth prime minister, Golda Meir, a biography that asks how a lone woman surrounded by men makes it to the top. Among the prestigious research fellowships that Professor Lahav has earned are a fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation, a fellowship at the Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and a fellowship from the Center for Advanced Studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Professor Lahav delivered several endowed lectures, including the Lapidus Lecture at Princeton University in March 2015, the Rockoff Lecture at Rutgers University in March 2017 and the Taubman Lecture at the University of California in Santa Barbara in November 2017.