Friedlander, Albert H(oschander)

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FRIEDLANDER, Albert H(oschander)

FRIEDLANDER, Albert H(oschander). American, b. 1927. Genres: Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Theology/Religion, Biography. Career: Rabbi, Westminster Synagogue, London; Dean and Sr. Lecturer in History and Theology, Leo Baeck College, London. Ed., European Judaism journal, since 1966. Publications: Leo Baeck: Teacher of Theresienstadt, 1968; (ed.) Never Trust a God Over 30: Religion on the Campus, 1968; (ed.) Leo Baeck's This People Israel, 1968; (ed. and trans.) Out of the Whirlwind: Literature of the Holocaust, 1969; The Five Seasons of God (libretti), 1972-76; (ed.) Meir Gertner: An Anthology, 1978; Existenz nach Auschwitz, 1980; (ed.) Georg Salzberger: Leben und Werke, 1982; (ed. with H. Bronstein) The Five Scrolls, 1983; The Death Camps and Theology, 1985; (with R. von Weizsaecker and H. Kohl) Versoehnung mit der Geschichte, 1985; Kaddish for the Children of Terezin (libretti), 1986; (with Elie Wiesel) The Six Days of Destruction: Meditations Towards Hope, 1988; Thread of Gold: Journeys towards Reconciliation, 1989; Riders towards the Dawn: From Ultimate Suffering to Tempered Hope, 1993; (with A.H. Friedlander) The Gate to Perfection, 1994; (ed-in-chief) A New Edition of the German Books of Leo Baeck, vol 1, 1996, vol 2, 1997. Address: Kent House, Rutland Gardens, London SW7, England.

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