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Churchill and the Jews

MONDAY, 17TH SEPTEMBER 2018
by Richard Cohen
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Jews, Cinema and Public Life in Inter-war Britain

FRIDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER 2018
by Professor Gil Toffell (Queen Mary, University of London)
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From Jerusalem of the North to Babel – Litvak Jewry

FRIDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER 2018
by Rabbi Michael Pertz
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Planning a holiday?

FRIDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER 2018
by David Jacobs Together let's explore where Jewish men and women here travelled to in the twentieth century, using adverts ...
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Medieval England: A European Comparison

FRIDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER 2018
by Prof Miri Rubin (Queen Mary, University of London)
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Freud and Jewishness

MONDAY, 12TH FEBRUARY 2018
by Mickey Yudkin
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Saving the Jews of Aden and their Freedom Flight to England in June 1967

MONDAY, 12TH FEBRUARY 2018
by Nigel Grizzard
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Jews in Medieval England: What we learn from a European Comparison

MONDAY, 12TH FEBRUARY 2018
by Prof Miri Rubin, Queen Mary College
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The Jewish Chronicle and Punch

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
A lecture marking the 175th anniversary of the JC by Prof Geoffrey Cantor Reserve tickets here celebrating Jewish History Month
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Dr Lopez’s Trial, Sir Edward Coke and the Jews

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
A Miscarriage of Justice? by Jonathan Fisher
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FILM: Escape from Baghdad

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
presented by the director, Fiona Murphy
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The Balfour Declaration: The Struggle for Zionism

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
by Prof. Colin Shindler Please note that the date has been changed for this event
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The Jewish Community of Golders Green

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
by Pam Fox Please note that the date of this event has been changed
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We Were There Too – Jews in the First World War

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
by Paula Kitching
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Nelson Mandela and the Jews

MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
by Sheila Chiat
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The Development of Borders in Israel from the End of World War I until the Present Period

TUESDAY, 2ND MAY 2017
Professor David Newman OBE (Ben Gurion,  University of the Negev)
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Our Bankrupt Past?

TUESDAY, 2ND MAY 2017
Miri Lawrence (Queen Mary College, London) will make reference to Brian Glanville's The Bankrupts, Gerda Charles's The Crossing Point and ...
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Excavations in David’s City, Jerusalem

WEDNESDAY, 16TH NOVEMBER 2016
by Rabbi Lawrence Becker
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What did the Romans ever do for us?

WEDNESDAY, 16TH NOVEMBER 2016
by Rabbi Henry Goldstein
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My Son the Homeopath! Homeopathy in Jewish Life

TUESDAY, 21ST JUNE 2016
by Francis Treuherz
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Moses Gastner, the man who never threw anything away

TUESDAY, 21ST JUNE 2016
Vanessa Freedman (UCL)
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Four Thousand Lives

TUESDAY, 21ST JUNE 2016
The Story of the Rescue of Jewish Men to East Kent in 1939 lecture by Clare Ungerson
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Secrets of the Encyclopaedia Judaica

TUESDAY, 21ST JUNE 2016
by Josephine Bacon Josephine was involved in the mammoth task of compiling the encyclopaedia in the pre-computer age. The Jewishness ...
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Elijah – the ultimate man of mystery

FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER 2015
CANCELLED presented by Debbie Meyer of the London School of Jewish Studies Elijah is a prophet like no other. The ...
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Jewish-Arab Relations in the Middle-East before and after 1948

FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER 2015
presented by Dr. Seth Ansika of UCL Despite contemporary violence, the history of Jewish-Arab relations in the Middle East extends ...
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History of Jewish Cookery Books

FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER 2015
presented by Josephine Bacon
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Jewish Amulets

FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER 2015
presented by Prof. Philip Alexander of the University of Manchester
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Samuel Montagu, first Baron Swaythling, and his children Netta, Louis, Edwin and Lily

TUESDAY, 13TH OCTOBER 2015
5 Different Approaches to being Jewish and English Rachel Montagu
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Scholars, pedlars, or schnorrers? Tales of a Wandering Jew (and Son)

TUESDAY, 13TH OCTOBER 2015
Joyce Michel Moses Edrehi was known as an itinerant preacher, author, Hebrew tutor, cigar-seller, and kabbalist; his son Isaac had ...
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Machal – The South African contribution to Israel independence

TUESDAY, 13TH OCTOBER 2015
 Sheila Chiat
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