In Memoriam Rabbi David Goldstein MA, PhD (1933-87)
David Goldstein, Rabbi in the Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues, Deputy Keeper and Curator of Hebrew Manuscripts and Printed Books at the British Library, and past President of the Jewish Historical Society of England, died on 26 July 1987, in his fifty-fifth year.
It is fitting that this learned society, over which he presided with distinction and for which he laboured with devotion, should commence its programme for the year 1987-8 with a tribute to his memory in the form of a brief appreciation of his scholarly achievements, and an expression not only of the intense sadness experienced by the society at its loss but also of its real sense of gratitude that Jewish scholarship in this country was, even for the relatively short period of some two decades, enriched by the results of his energy and productivity.
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Other articles within the volume
- Anglo-Jewish Opinion During the Struggle for Emancipation (1828-1858)1
- Decca Days? the career of Wilfred Sampson Samuel, 1886-1958*
- Adolph Büchler, Principal of Jews’ College, 1906—1939
- Edwin Montagu
- Anglo-Jewish foreign policy in crisis—Lucien Wolf, the Conjoint Committee and the War, 1914-18
- The Revd John Harris: issues in Anglo-Jewish pacifism, 1914—18
- Ideological components in Anglo-Jewish opposition to Zionism before and during the First World War: a restatement
- The Dreyfus Affair: could it have happened in England?
- Jews and Robert Browning: fiction and fact
- Brighton Jewry reconsidered
- The Jews of Hackney before 1840
- Resistance and rebellion in eighteenth-century France
- Dr Rodrigo Lopes’ last speech from the scaffold at Tyburn
- St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, and its Jewish connections
- Publications by David Goldstein (1933—87)
- In Memoriam Rabbi David Goldstein MA, PhD (1933-87)
- The Jewish presence in Imperial China*