CJS Library

Library hours 

Students and the public are invited to use the library materials in-library only. It is possible to photocopy select parts of books.

Kurt and Ursula Schubert Center for Jewish Studies Library

třída Svobody 26

772 00 Olomouc


LIbrary hours: by appointment
Contant person: Mgr. Daniel Soukup, Ph.D.

CJS Library offers a valuable specialized library consisting of mostly foreign publications which are often not available in regional libraries nor in such libraries as the Jewish Museum in Prague.

CJS is thankful mostly to its sponsors and patrons for the content of the library. Daniel Melchet donated to the Center in 2007. This gift was used to finance the first library acquisitions that became the basis of the newly founded Nina and Ben Melchet-Salpeter Library which contains circa 1300 items today.

Futher enlargement of the Library was made possible thanks to Respekt a tolerance, an association that provided access to the collections of its Dr. Stanton Canter Library for students and staff of the Center. Jüdisches Museum, St. Pölten donated the complete series of Encyklopaedia Judaica to the Library. A significant part of the Library collection is composed of the former private library of the late Professor Schubert whose bequest provided more than 800 items.

The gift of Chaim Frank from the Dokumentations-Archiv für Jüdische Kultur und Geschichte in Munich widened the collection by more than a thousand items, containing among others Judaica, studies focused on recent history, art history and a sizable amount of periodicals.


Due to the current system of post-secondary financing CJS is practically dependent on support from sponsors. Kurt and Ursula Schubert are among the most important to whom the library collection is indebted. Professor Kurt Schubert (1923-2007) was of the most respected Jewish studies scholars in Europe and founder of Jewish Studies in Vienna.

During the Second World War he studied ancient Semitic philology, as a student he was able to save the extensive library of the Rabbinic Seminary in Vienna. After the war he became the rector of University of Vienna where he also taught at the Department of Oriental Studies. In 1966 he sucured the founding of an independent Institute for Jewish Studies and supported the founding and development of other Jewish Studies centers among them the Jewish studies program at the Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc.

As part of the Jewish studies program, Professor Schubert delivered a series of lectues and seminars during the 2005/2006 academic year. He had been an active promoter of Jewish studies at Palacký University until his death in 2007. Ursula Schubert, an art historian at the University of Vienna, focused on the art history of early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism. The spouses were thus connected by scientific interest. Kurt Schubert bequeathed a large part of his private library to the CJS Library. It continues to provide valued research sources in Olomouc for students and staff alike.

Daniel Melchet

Daniel Melchet (born in 1945) is a descendant of Beno Selpeter of Bukovina. After his parents' death Beno found himself in a Jewish orphanage in Olomouc. In 1939 he emigrated to Palestine. His son Daniel visited Olomouc in 2006 and subsequently made a financial donation to the Jewish studies program library which is named after his parents: "Nina & Beno Melchet-Salpeter Judaica Library". The library was inaugurated on 19 May 2008 with Daniel Melchet and his family in attendance.

Association Respekt a tolerance – Stanton Canter 

The voluntary association Respekt a tolerance (Respect and Tolerance) lead by Mr Luděk Štipl documents the history and culture of former Jewish communities in Loštice, Mohelnice and Úsov. It works with information from archives and literature as well as records personal accounts of witnesses. The results of its activities are presented to the public - especially to youth - through exhibitions, publications, newspaper articles and educational programs. Thanks to a gift of the generous colleague and supporter of the association, Mr Stanton Canter, and the willingness of Respekt a tolerance to lend the books obtained by Mr Canter to the CJS, its students and other interested parties can use the rich collection for their studies.

Chaim Frank

Chaim Frank (born in 1955) is a true "renaissance man" of our time: a multitalented artist, a graduate of art history, conservator and Jewish studies scholar (he was a student of Professor Schubert in Vienna). He further worked or works in journalism, as a guide, with social pedagogy or a math teacher at a secondary school. He lives in Munich.

Respekt & Tolerance - Dr. Stanton Canter Library

Dr. Stanton Canter 

Dr. Canter is a 1964 graduate of the University of Southern California (USC). He was an assistant Professor at the USC from 1966 through 1976 and presently maintains a private practice limited to periodontics in Woodland, California. Dr. Canter is a founding member of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and founder and principal supporter of the Foundation for the Respect and Tolerance in the Czech Republic. Dr. Canter's project "Books and Education for Students" is supported by his wife Janet C. Canter, who is active in the Public and Private Sector Charitable Works and by theirs sons - Shawn Canter of Global Investment Banking and Chip Canter, who works in the National and International Telecommunications. Dr. Canter is known as the inventor, international consultant and collector of Judaica and Jewish books. 

Díky daru štědrého spolupracovníka a přispěvatele sdružení Respekt & tolerance, pana Stantona Cantera, a velkorysé zápůjče darovaných knih sdružením Respekt & tolerance, mají studenti Kabinetu judaistiky možnost využít tohoto bohatého fondu ke svému studiu. Mezi zapůjčenými knihami, nyní fyzicky přítomnými v knihovně Kabinetu judaistiky se nachází několik skutečných skvostů. Všechny zapůjčené knihy jsou dedikovány obětem holocaustu z Loštic a okolí. 

Knihy jsou řazeny tématicky, nikoliv abecedně!

Seznam knih:

Gitlitz, D. M.: Secrecy and Deceit: The Religion of the Crypto-Jew. The Jewish Publication Society, Philadelphia 1996

Kertzer, D. I.: The Popes against the Jews: The Vatican´s Role in the Rise of Modern Anti-semitism. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 2001

Moore, K.: Those of the Street: the Catholic-Jews of Mallorca. University of Notre Dame Press 1976

Eichhorn, D.M., ed.: Conversion to Judaism: History and Analysis. KTAV, New York 1965

Haynes, S.R.: Reluctant Witnesses: Jews and Christian Imagination. Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville 1995

Chazan, R., ed.: Church, State and Jew in the Middle Ages. Behrman House, West Orange 1980

Katz, J.: Exclusiveness and Tolerance: Studies in Jewish-gentile Relations in Medieval & Modern Times. Bergman House, Springfield 1983

Katz, J.: Exclusiveness and Tolerance: Studies in Jewish-gentile Relations in Medieval & Modern Times. Bergman House, Springfield 1983

Van Engen, J., ed.: Educating People of Faith: Exploring the History of Jewish and Christian Communities. WM. D. Erdmans, Grand Rapids 2004

Rosenstock-Huessy, E., ed.: Judaism Despite Christianity. University of Alabama 1969

Schaeffer, E.: Christianity in Jewish. Tyndale, Wheaton 1986.

Raver, M.: Listen to her Voice: Women of the Hebrew Bible. Chronicle Books, San Francisco 2005

Taitz, E., Henry, S., Tallan, Ch.: The JPS Guide to Jewish Women: 600 B.C.E - 1900 C.E. The Jewish Publication Society, Philadelphia 2003

Rosenbaum, L. P.: A Day of Small Beginnings. Little, Brown & Co., New York 2006

Marcus, J. R.: The American Jewish Woman, 1654 - 1980. KTAV, New York 1981

Frankel, E.: The Five Books of Miriam: Woman's Commentary on the Torah. Harper, San Francisco 1998

Grossman, S., Haut, R., Ed.: Daughters of the King: Women and the Synagogue. The Jewish Publication Society, Philadelphia 1992

Baskin, J.R., ed.: Jewish Women in Historical Perspective. Wayne State University Press, Detroit 1998

Saidel, R.G.: The Jewish Women of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp. The University of Wisconsin Press 2006

Henry, S., Taitz, E.: Written out of History: Jewish Foremothers. Biblio Press, New York 1990

Biale, R.: Women & Jewish Law: Exploration of Women's Issues in Halakhic Sources. Schocken Books, New York 1990

Frymer-Kensky, T.: Studies in Bible and Feminist Criticism. JPS, Philadelphia 2006

Goldstein, E., ed.: The Women's Torah Commentary: New Insights from Women Rabbis on the 54 Weekly Torah Portions. Jewish Lights Publishing, Woodstock 2006

Klapheck, E.: Fräulein Rabbiner Jonas: The Story of the First Woman Rabbi. Jossey-Bass 2004

Plank, K. A.: Mother of the Wire Fence: Inside and Outside the Holocaust. Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville 1994

Shapiro, R., ed.: The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature. Skylight Paths, Woodstock 2005

Beer, H. E.: The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust. Perennial, New York 1998

Herbsrith, W.: Edith Stein: A Biography. Ignatius, San Francisco 1992

Hirschmann, M. A.: Hansi: The Girl who Loved the Svastika. Tyndale House, Wheaton 1976

Korwin-Rhodes, M.: The Mask of Warriors: The Siege od Warsaw September 1939. Libra Publishers, New York 1964

Kuchler-Silberman, L.: One Hundred Children: The Story of the Woman who Led a Small Army of Jewish Children from Polland to Israel. Doubleday, New York 1961

Hameln, G.: The Memoirs of Gl'uckel of Hameln, Schocken Books, New York 1977

Scherman, N. & Zlotowitz, M. T., ed.: Ohel Sarah Women's Siddur. Mesorah Publication, New York 2005

Gilbert, M.: The Holocaust: A history of the Jews of Europe During the Second World War. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York 1985

Langer, L. L.: Admitting the Holocaust. Oxford University Press 1995

Morgan, M. L., ed.: Holocaust: A Holocaust Reader. Oxford University Press 2001

Brenner, M.: After the Holocaust: Rebuilding Jewish Lives in Postwar Germany. Princeton University Press 1997

Berger, R. J.: Constructing a Collective Memory of the Holocaust: A Life History of Two Brothers' Survival. University Press of Colorado 1995

Eliach, Y.: Hasidic Tales of the Holocaust. Oxford University Press 1982

Langer, L. L.: Holocaust Testimonies: The Ruins of Memory. Yale University Press 1991

Bresheeth, H., Hood, S.: Introducing the Holocaust. Totem Books, Neew York 1993

Marrus, M.R.: The Holocaust in the History. Meridian, New York 1989

Schiff, H., ed.: Holocaust Poetry. St. Martin's Griffin, New York 1995

Glatstein, J. & kol.: Anthology of Holocaust Literature. Antheum, New York 1973

Klein, C.: Poems of Holocaust. Gefen, Jerusalem 1988

Epstein, H.: Children of Holocaust: Conversation with Sons and Daughters of Survivors. Penguin Books, New York 1988

Eisen, G.: Children and Play in the Holocaust: Games among the Shadows. The University of Massatchusetts Press 1998

Terris, S.: Eye of the Holocaust. Arctos Press, Sausalito 1994

Bauer, Y. & Rottenstreich, N., ed.: The Holocaust as Historical Experience. Holmes & Meyer, New York 1981

Niewyk, D.L., ed.: The Holocaust: Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation. Houghton Miffin Co., New York 1997

Lanzmann, C.: Shoah: The Complete Text of the Acclaimed Holocaust Film. Da Capo Press, New York 1995

Berenbaum, M.: The World must know: The History of the Holocaust as Told in the United States Holocaus Memorial Museum. Little, Brown & Co., New York 1993

Kol.: Historical Atlas Of The Holocaust. Macmillan Publishing, New York 1996

Paterson, D.: Along the Edge of Annihilation: The Collapse and Recovery of Life in the Holocaust Diary. A. Samuel & Althea Stroum Book, University of Washington Press 1995

Halperin, I.: Messengers from the Dead: Literature of the Holocaust. The Westminster Press, Philadelphia 1970

Linethal, E.T.: Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum. Viking 1995

Klee, E., Dressen, W., Riess, V., ed.: The Old Good Days: The Holocaust as Seen by its Perpetrators and Bystanders. Konecky & Konecky, New York 1988

Dwork, D., Pelt, R.J. (van): Auschwitz. 1270 to the Present. W. W. Norton & Co., New York 1996

Ellis, M. H.: Ending Auschwitz: The Future of Jewish and Christian Life. Westminster / John Knox Press, Louisville 1994

Nyiszli, M.: Auschwitz: An Eye Witness Account of Mengele's Infamous Death Camp. Seaver Books, New York 1986

Rubenstein, R. L.: After Auschwitz: Radical Theology and Contemporary Judaism. The Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis 1966

Fleischner, E., ed.: Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era?: Reflections on the Holocaust. KTAV 1977

Garlinski, J.: Fighting Auschwitz: Resistance Movement in the Concentration Camp. A Fawcett Crest Book, Greenwich 1975

Steiner, J. F.: Treblinka. Simon and Schuster, New York 1967

Kuperhand, M.: Shadows of Treblinka. University of Illinois Press, Chicago 1998

Hackett, D. A.: The Buchenwald Report. Westview Press, Oxford 1995

Rajca, C, Wisniewska, A.: Majdanek Concentration Camp. State Museum Majdanek, Lublin 1983

Levit, Z.: Meshumed: Jews - Nazis - Terror - Dachau. Zola Levit Ministries 1979

Friedlander, A. H.: Leo Baeck Teacher of Theresienstadt. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York 1968

Troller, N.: Theresienstadt: Hitler's Gift to the Jews. The University of North Carolina Press 1991

Karas, J.: Music in Terezín. Pendragon, Stuyvesant 1990

Hilberg, R.: The Destruction of the European Jews. Holmes Meier, New York 1985

Boder, D. P.: I Did not Interview the Dead. The University of Illinois Press, 1949

Kertesz, I.: Fatelessness. Vintage Books, New York 2004

Klarsfeld, S.: The Children of Izieu: A Human Tragedy. Harry N. Abrams, New York 1984

Hartmann, E.: In the Camps. W. W. Norton & Co., New York 1995

Furth, V. J.: Cabbages & Geraniums: Memories of the Holocaust. Boulder, New York 1989

Křížková, M. R. & kol.: We Are Children Just the Same: Vedem, The Secret Magazine by the Boys of Terezin. The Jewish Publication Society, Philadelphia 1995

Kol.: Holocaust. Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1977

Chicago, J.: Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light. Penguin Books, New York 1993

Kol.: Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior. Facing History & Ourselves Foundation, Brookline, Mass., 1994 (resource book)

Fogelman, E.: Conscience & Courage: Rescues of Jews During the Holocaust. Anchor Book, New York 1993

Marks, J.: The Hidden Children: The Secret Survivors of the Holocaust. Fawcett Columbine, New York 1993

Lifton, B.J.: The King of Children: A Biography of Janusz Korczak. Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, New York 1988

Avigdor, I. C.: One of the Holy Cast: Judaism and the Holocaust through the Eyes of a Survivor. The Judaica Press, New York 1987

Pat, J.: Ashes and Fire. International Universities Press, New York 1947

Kupper, J.: Child of the Holocaust. Berkeley Books, New York 1999

Engel, D.: The Holocaust: The Third Reich and the Jews. Longman, London 2000

Lindwer, W.: The Last Seven Months of Annie Frank. Anchor Books, New York 1992

Kuper, L.: Genocide: Its Political Use in the Twentieth Century. Penguin Books, New York 1981

Gilbert, M.: The Righteous: The Unsung Heroes of the Holocaust. Henry Holt & Co., New York 2003

Wilkomirsky, B.: Fragments: Memories of a Wartime Childhood. Schocken Books, New York 1996.

Schoenberner, G.: The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe, 1933 - 1945. Fordham University Press, New York 2004

Browning, Ch., R.: The Origins of the Final Solution: The Evolution of Nazi Jewish Policy, September 1939 - March 1942. University of Nebraska & Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 2004

Lipstadt, D.: Denying the Holocaus: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory. A Plume Book, New York 1994

Niewyk, D. & Nicosia, F.: The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust. Columbia university Press, New York 2000

De Silva, C., ed.: In Memory's Kitchen: A legacy from the Women of Terezin. Jason Aronson, Northvale 1996

Tzetnik, K.: Kaddish. Algemeiner Associates, New York 1998

Shirer, W. L.: The Nightmare Years 1930 - 1940: A Memoir of a Life and Times. Little, Brown & Co., Boston 1984

Schiff, H.: Holocaust Poetry. St. Martin's Griffin, New York 1995

Lagnado, L. M, Dekel, S. C.: Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auchwitz. William Morrow & Co., New York 1991

Cross, J. T.: Neighbours: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland. Penguin Books, New York 2002

Pomerantz, R.: The World in Flames: A Short History of the Holocaust. C. I. S., New York 1993

Patraka, V. M.: Spectacular Suffering: Theatre, Fascism and the Holocaust. Indiana university Press, Bloomington 1999

Yahil, L.: The Holocaust: The Fate of European Jewry, 1932 - 1943. Oxford University Press, 1990

Czarnecky, J.: Last Traces: The Lost Art Auschwitz. Atheneum, New York 1989

Gushee, D., P.: Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust: Genocide and Moral Obligation. Paragon House, St. Paul, Minesota 2003

Cargas, H. J.: A Christian Response to the Holocaust. Stonehenge Books, Denver 1981

Arendt, H.: Antisemitism. Harcourt, Brace & World, New York 1968

Levi, P.: Survival in Auschwitz: The Nazi Assault on Humanism. Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Co., New York 1987

Todorov, T.: Facing the Extreme: Moral Life in the Concentration Camps. Metropolitan Books, New York 1996

Friedlander, A. H.: Out of the Whirlwind: A Reader of Holocaust Literature. Doubleday & Co., New york 1968

Gilbert, M.: The Boys: The Story of 732 Young Concentration Camp Survivors. Henry Holt & Co., New York 1996

Johnson, E. A.: Nazi Terror: The Gestapo, Jews and Ordinary Germans. Basic Books 1999

Tzetnik, K. A.: Atrocity. Lyle Stuart, New York 1963

Annas, G., ed.: The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg. Code. Oxford university Press 1992

Lifton, R. J.: The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide. Basic Books 1986

Hilberg, R.: Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders: Jewish Catastrophe 1933 - 1945. Aaron Asher Books, New York 1992

Read, A., Fisher, D.: Kristalnacht: The Nazi Night of Terror. Random House, New York 1989

Goldhagen, D. J.: A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and its Unfulfilled Duty to Repair. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 2002

Micheels, L. J.: Doctor 117641: Holocaust Memoir. Yale University Press 1989

Frydland, R.: When Being Jewish Was a Crime. Thomas Nelson, New York 1978

Faber, E.: The Jewish People in America. A Time for Planting: The First Migration 1654 - 1820. The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore 1992

Diner, H. R.: The Jewish People in America. A Time for Gathering: The Second Migration 1820 - 1880. The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore 1992

Sorin, G.: The Jewish People in America. A Time Building: The Third Migration 1820 - 1920. The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore 1992

Karp, A. J.: A History of Jews in America. Jason Aronson, Northvale 1997

Sachar, H. M.: A History of Jews in America. Vintage Books, New York 1993

Levinson, R. E.: The Jews in the California Gold Rush. Berkeley 1994

Rochlin, H.: Pioneer Jews: A New Life in the Far West. Houghton Miffin Co., Boston 1984

Markus, J. R.: Early American Jewry: The Jews in the American Northeast, 1649 - 1794. The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia 1951

Friedman, T, Gordis, R., ed.: Jewish Life in America. Horizon Press, New York 1955

Levinger, L. J.: A History of the Jews in the United States. Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Cincinnati 1952

Gruesser, M. J.: Categorical Valuation of Jews among Catholic Parochial School Children. The Catholic university of America Press, Washington 1950

Schulman, A.: The Old Country: The Lost World of East European Jews. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1974

Dawidowicz, L. S.: The War Against the Jews 1933 - 1945. Holt, Rinehart &Winston, New York 1975

Pogany, L. S.: In my Brother's Image: Twin Brothers Separated by Faith after Holocaust. Viking 2000

Lebovitz, S.: The Enduring Spirit: The Inspiring True Story of a Holocaust Survivor. Gildith Press, 1993

Loconte, J.: The End of Illusions: Religious Leaders Confront Hitler's Gathering Storm. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, New York 2004

Goldstein, B.: The Stars Bear Witness. The Viking Press, New York 1949

Kol.: The Survivor. Oxford University Press, New York 1976

Epstein, H.: Where she Came from: Daughter's Search for her Mother's History. A Plume Book, New York 1998

Winkler, E.: 4 Years of Torture. D. Appleton - Century Co., New York 1942

Zapruder, A.: Salvaged Pages: Young Writer's Diaries of the Holocaust. Yale University Press 2004

Kershaw, I.: The Nazi Doctorship: Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation. Edward Arnold, New York 1989

Burleigh, M.: Death and Deliverance: "Euthanasia" in Germany 1900 - 1945. Cambridge University Press 1994

Bau, J.: Dear God, Have you ever Gone Hungry? Arcade Publishing, New York 1998

Pilch, J., ed.: The Jewish Catastrophe in Europe. The American Association for Jewish Education, 1975

Rosenblum, J: Defy the Darkness: A Tale of Courage in the Shadow of Mengele. Praeger, Westport 2001

Goldhagen, D. J.: Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust. Vintage Books, New York 1997

Furet, F.: Unanswered Questions: Nazi Germany and the Genocide of the Jews. Schocken Books, New York 1989

Eizenstat, S. E.: Imperfect Justice: Looted Assets, Slave Labour and the Unfinished Business of World War II. Public Affairs, New York 2000

Lande, D. A.: Resistance! Occupied Europe and its Defiance of Hitler. MBI 2000

Blum, H.: The Eye of Destruction: The Untold Story of Yom Kippur War. Harper Collins, New York 2003

Hockenos, P.: Free to Hate: The Rise of the Right in Post-communist Eastern Europe. Routledge, New York 1993

Timerman, J.: Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1981

Samuel, M.: The Great Hatred. Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1940

Weissmark, M. S.: Justice Matters: Legacies of the Holocaus and World War II. Oxford University Press 2003

Selznick, G.J., Steinberg, S.: The Tenacity of Prejudice: Anti-semitism in Contemporary America. Harper Torch Books, New York 1971

Sack, J.: An Eye for Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge against Germans in 1945. Basic Books, New York 1995

Gioseffi, D., ed.: On Prejudice: A Global Perspective. Anchor Books, New York 1993

Dubner, S. J.: Turbulent Souls: A Catholic Son's Return to his Jewish Family. Avons Books, New York 1999

Baseman, B.: Masada: Pictoral Guide and Souvenir. Palphot, Israel 1980

Cohen, M. R.: Under Crescent & Cross: The Jews in the Middle Ages. Princeton University Press 1994

Collins, L, Lapiere, D.: O Jerusalem! Pocket Books, New York 1973

Richie, A.: Faust's Metropolis: A History of Berlin. Carrol & Graf Publishers, New York 1998

Wolpe, J. W.: Why By Jewish? Henry Holt & Co., New York 1998

Rosenbaum, R.: Explaining Hitler: The Search for the Origins of his Evil. Random House, New York 1998

Steigmann-Gall, R.: The Holy Reich: Nazi Conceptions of Christianity 1919 - 1945. Cambridge University Press 2003

Nahai, G. B.: Moonlight on the Avenue of Faith. Washington Square Press, New York 2000

Lewy, H., Altmann, A., Heinemann, I., ed.: Three Jewish Philosophers. Meridan Books, New York 1960

Beller, S.: Viena and the Jews 1967 - 1938: A Cultural History. Cambridge University Press 1995

Rozenblit, M. L.: The Jews of Vienna 1867 - 1917: Assimilation and identity. State University of New York Press 1983

Kol.: Das Staatliche Jüdische Museum in Prag. Židovské Museum v Praze, 1970

Hayoun, M.: Židovské osvícenství mezi Cordobou a Berlínem. Volvox Globator 1998

Schwarz, K.: Jewish Artists of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Philosophical Library, New York 1949

Jonowsky, O. I., Fagen, M. M.: International Aspects of German Racial Policies. Oxford university Press 1937

Birnbaum, N.: The Bridge. Jewish Post Publications, London 1956

Kaplan, L., ed.: From the Last Extermination: Journal for the History of the Jewish People During the Nazi Regime (nr.3). Central Commitee of Liberated Jews in Bavaria (US zone), München 1946

Kol.: Gates of Prayers: The New Union Prayerbook. Central Conference of American Rabbis, New York 1975

Goldsmith, M.: The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany. John Willey & Sons, New York 2000

Olivestone, D., ed.: The VCSY Bencher: A Book of Prayer and Song. National Conference of Synagogue Youth, New York 1993

Tamir, A.: A Journey Back: Injustice & Restitution. Northern University Press, Evanston 1997

Levenson, j. D.: Creation and the Persistence of Evil: The Jewish Drama of Divine Omnipotence. Princeton University Press 1994

Wisse, R. R.: The Modern Jewish Canon: A Journey through Language and Culture. The Free Press, New York 2000

Kol.: Juden in Berlin 1671 - 1945: Ein Lesenbuch. Nicolai, Berlin 1988

Bach, H. I.: The German Jew: Synthesis of Judaism and Western Civilization 1730 - 1930. Oxford University Press 1985

Cohen, A.: Talmud pro každého. Sefer, Praha 2006.

Cohen, A.: Talmud pro každého. Sefer, Praha 2006.

Elder, B., Marx, R. J., ed.: Adam Clark Gutman Bar Mitzvah. Congregation Hakafa, Glencoe 2005

Lion, J., Lukas, J.: Das Prager Ghetto. Artia, Praha 1959

Matt, D. C.: The Essential Kabbalah: The Heart of Jewish Mysticism. Harper Collins, San Francisco 1996

Wiesel, E.: The Night Trilogy. New York, 1990 

Wiesel, E.: The Night Trilogy. New York, 1990

Wiesel, E.: The Jews of Silence. New York, 1997

Wiesel, E.: Souls on Fire. New York, 1993

Wiesel, E.: The Oath. New York, 1986

Wiesel, E.: A Jew Today. New York, 1979

Wiesel, E.: Legends of our Time. New York, 1982

Wiesel, E.: Legends of our Time. New York, 1982

Wiesel, E.: Night. New York, 1982

Wiesel, E.: A Passover Haggadah. Simon and Schuster. New York, 1993

Graetz, H.: History of the Jews. Philadelphia, 1891 (vol.1,2,4, 5, 6)

Eban, A.:My People. New York, 1968

Kriwaczek, P.: Yiddish Civilization. New York, 2005

Slezkine, P.: The Jewish Century. Princeton, 2004

Marcus,J.R.: The Jew in the Medieval World. New York, 1965

Sachar, H.M.:Of Course og Modern Jewish History. New York, 1958

Margolis, M.L.:A History of Jewish People. New York, 1965

Abrahams, I.:Jewish Life in the Middle Ages. New York, 2004

Boyarin, J.:Storm from Paradise. Minneapolis,1992

Finklestein, A.: Perceptions of Jewish History. Berkeley, 1993

Schauss, H.:The Lifetime of a Jew. New York, 1950

Little, L.K.:Religious Poverty and the Profit Economy in Medieval Europe. New York, 1983

Sachar, A.L.:A History of a Jew. New York, 1950

Husic, I.: A History of Medieval Jewish History. New York, 1966

Dimont, M.I.: The Indestructible Jews. New York, 1971

Shohet, D.M.: The Jewish Court in the Middle Ages. New York, 1931

Vidal-Naquet, P.: The Jews. New York, 1996

Endelmann, T.M.(ed.): Comparing Jewish Societies. Michigan, 1997

Edersheim, A.: Sketches of Jewish Social Life. Peabody, 1994

Sterling, A.: The Jew and Civilization. New York, 1924

Feiner, S.: The Jewish Enlightement. Philadelphia, 2004

Cohen, A.: Talmud pro každého. Praha. Sefer, 2006

Reik, T.: Pegan Rites in Judaism. New York

Lipman, E.J.: Th Mishnah. New York. Schocken Books, 1974

Telushkin, J.: The Book of Jewish Values. New York.Bell Towers, 2000

Finstein, E.: Meditations and Prayers. Encino. Valley Beth Shalom

Kravitz, L. and Olitzky, K.M. (ed.): Pirke Avot - Modern Commentary on Jewish Ethics. New York.UAHC, 1993

Scherman, N. and Zlowitz, M.:Yom Kippur Reader. New York. Mesorah Heritage Foundation, 1992

Goldstein, N.E. and Borowitz, E.: Judaism and Spiritual Ethics. New York.UAHC, 1993

Chapin, R.S.: The Biblical Personality. Northvale. Jason Aronson Inc., 1999

Blech, B.: If Go is Good why is the World so Bad? Deerfield Beach. Simcha Press, 2003

Friedman, R.E.: Who wrote the Bible? New York. Harper and Row, 1989

Konvitz, M. (ed.): Judaism and Human Rights. New York. W.W. Norton, 1972

Steinberg, M.: Basic Judaism. New York. Harcourt, 1942

Chernoff, R.: Aspects of Judaism. New York. Vantage Press, 1975

Hertzeg, A.(ed.): Judaism. New York. Gerge Braziler, 1962

Kol.: The Union Prayer Book for Jewish Worship. New York, 1973

Silvermann, M.: High Holiday Prayer Book. Hartford. PBP, 1966

Schwarz, L.W.: The Menorah Treasury. Philadelphia. The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1964

Holtz, B.W. (ed.): Back to Sources - reading the Classic Jewish Texts. New York. Simon nad Schuster, 2006

Weisman, M.: The Middrash Says. New York. Benei Yakov Publ., 1983

Rosenak, M.: Commandment and Concerns. New York. The Jewish Publication Society, 1987

Freehof, S.B.:Preface to Scriptures. Cincinati. Union of American Jewish Congregation, 1950

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