The Menorah Journal Volume XXXIII, April-June, 1945, Number 1.

New York: The Menorah Association, Inc., 1945. Softbound. Royal octavo, edgeworn paper covers, vi, "Frontispiece: Silent Prayer: A Painting," by Rubin," vi, 132 pp., duotone illustrations, cover illustration "The Hunt: froma Fifteenth-Century Darmstadt Haggadah." Good. Item #58750

Articles are "At the Turning Point," Salo W. Baron, Europe and Palestine: Two Christian Jews: "For a Jewish Commonwealth," James Parkes, "B. Against a Jewish Commonwealth," Sir John Hope Simpson, "Threnody: 1945. A Poem," Lillian Reznick Ott, "Scorpion Criticism in Modern Hebrew Literature," Eisig Silberschlag, "The Song of Songs Which is Solomon's: A New Translation from the Hebrew Bible, with an Introduction," David de Sola Pool, "Recent Paintings: AN Insert of 8 Reproductions," Rubin, "Diamond Cut Diamond: A Story. With a Portrait of the Author by Maria de Kammerer, and Reproduction of a Watercolor by the Author," George S. Hellman, "Letters from Abroad. Lyon: How the French Saved Jewish Children," Victor M. Bienstock, :Chronicles. Liberation in North Africa: With an Account of German and Italian Behavior," Louis Rabinowitz.

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