This Volume, No. XXII, of the Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England appears rather less than two years after Volume XXI. For many years this progressive collection of papers delivered to the Society has been published at much longer intervals than the Publications Committee or the Council could have wished, and when Volume XXI was issued a decision was made to try to publish the Transactions more regularly, annually if possible.
It was recognised also that there were even longer delays in publishing the Society’s occasional Miscellanies, the last, Part VI, having appeared in 1962. By a further decision, there? fore, Miscellanies will henceforward normally be included in the same volume as Transactions, giving, it is hoped, more opportunities to print occasional papers, items of historical research, Anglo-Jewish lists?of which there are many of great interest not only in themselves but also as bases for future historians toBecome a member to read the full article
Other articles within the volume
- Nineteenth-Century Jewish Colonies in Cyprus
- The Rothschilds in Caricature
- Sir Winston Churchill and Israel
- The Origins of the Jewish Orphanage
- The Jews of Brighton, 1770—1900
- The Expulsion of the Jews from Prague in 1745 and British Foreign Policy
- Why Anglo-Jewish History?
- Benjamin Disraeli, Karl Marx, and the Search for Identity