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Typically Jewish

A solid choice for a book club or conversation starter, this lighthearted book is a good fit for a public library collections.

Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories

For those interested in archival theory and its intersection with historiography, this volume will provide insights into the history and continuing evolution of important concepts. However, readers interested in practical applications should seek a more hands-on guide.

My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew

A modern take on a pilgrim's journal, this account will offer insight for Jewish and non-Jewish readers alike. Readers who are interested in becoming more observant will find it especially worthwhile.

40+ New Revenue Sources for Libraries and Nonprofits

This solid how-to guide functions as a workbook for anyone involved in library and nonprofit fundraising.

Digital Curation

An essential text for anyone interested in digital curation. Stakeholders in the field of data management will find this book to be useful, as will those who are starting curation programs or who wish to hire digital curation staff.

The Nazi Titanic: The Incredible Untold Story of a Doomed Ship in World War II

This work has much to offer both scholars and casual readers. Anyone interested in the maritime history of the Third Reich will enjoy. Film lovers will find this account complements our knowledge of motion pictures for propaganda during the Nazi occupation.

Stolen Words: The Nazi Plunder of Jewish Books

Anyone who found the story of the Monuments Men to be an interesting read will also enjoy diving into this text.

The First Nazi: Erich Ludendorff, the Man Who Made Hitler Possible

Scholars might be bothered by the limited amount of notes and the sometimes anecdotal narrative style of this otherwise easy-to-read and informative title. Recommended for readers interested in the history of World War I and the components that led to World War II.

To Hell and Back: Europe 1914–1949

As an overview reference, this work is extensive and authoritative. Well suited to casual readers and professional historians alike, this enlightening consideration of the World Wars and the interwar years is a worthwhile purchase. It will delight fans of Barbara Tuchman's The Proud Tower: A Portrait of the World Before the War, 1890–1914. [See Prepub Alert, 5/11/15.]

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