Books

Too dizzy for Dizzy

By Geoffrey Alderman, April 22, 2016

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Review: Asylum

By Monica Porter, April 22, 2016

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A memorial to my family's endurance

By Karen Millie-James, April 21, 2016

My first novel, The Shadows Behind Her Smile, has recently been published. I'm not a novelist but a successful businesswoman and, like others of my age, I am among the first generation of Jews who were not forced to survive against oppression and prejudice.

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Memorable in the end

By Anne Garvey, April 15, 2016

Danny Scheinmann's The Half Life of Joshua Jones produced by John Mitchinson's Unbound imprimatur (£14.99) with a huge list of crowd-funding contributors, is the follow up to the author's best-selling Random Acts of Heroic Love, which, described by one reviewer as a five-star title, was translated into 21 languages.

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Review: The Hooligan

By Stoddard Martin, April 15, 2016

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Devil's Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich

By Robert Low, April 15, 2016

By Robert K Wittman andDavid Kinney

William Collins, £20

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Women no longer need to be married

By Sarah Bronzite, April 14, 2016

In 2010, aged 35, Rebecca Traister got engaged. Friends and family were delighted, but their reaction made her feel uncomfortable. "Some of the social approval I was getting really bothered me - the hearty congratulations - as if getting married was the greatest thing," she says.

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The Nazis' secret collaborators

By Colin Shindler, April 7, 2016

Last week's revelations in the national and Israeli press that Associated Press (AP) had ''co-operated'' with Joseph Goebbels' Propaganda Ministry during the 1930s and 1940s was astounding.

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Review: Orchestra of Exiles

By Norman Lebrecht, April 7, 2016

By Denise George and Josh Aronson
Penguin Random House, £19.99

Six months ago, when a double-bass player from Aleppo formed an orchestra of Syrian exiles in the heart of Germany, it was hard not to be reminded of the extraordinary origins of the future Israel Philharmonic, a band of German exiles drawn from the heart of darkness.

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