Zionist Year Book
The Zionist Year Book, was produced by the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland from October 1951 to 1988. The first editor was Arthur Saul Super, who at that stage was also the editor of the Zionist Review.
In 1972 the New York Times reported that recipients of letter bombs in the UK including those listed in the Zionist Year Book:
- British Home Secretary Carr... says 19 letters with explosive devices have been sent to Jews and Jewish-owned businesses since Nov 10; British police suspect that Arab terrorist Black September organisation is involved in letter-bomb threat; letters and parcels were addressed to Jews who had signed pro-Israel ads or had listed their companies in Zionist Yearbook; Scotland Yard Commander Robert Mark warns that bombs could turn up in parcels as well as letters
- 1951/2, 1952 Arthur Saul Super
- 1953, 1955, 1956, 1962-63, 1966-67 Rabbi Dr. Joseph Litvin
- 1967-68, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976 Shaindy Mason
- 1977, 1980 Jane Moonman
- 1985 Merle B Kessler
- 'Britain' American Jewish Yearbook 1953, p. 238
- University of Cambridge Zionist Year Book, Newton Library Catalogue.
- Zionist Review, 3 August 1951, p. 8
- NEW YORK TIMES November 14, 1972, Tuesday Page 9, Column 1
- Jane Moonman, ‘Letter: Medical Care and Military Occupation’, The Lancet, Volume 2, Issue 8516, pp.1160-1160, 15 November 1986