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The Jewish Community of Golders Green

THURSDAY, 27TH SEPTEMBER 2018
The talk will be given by Dr Pam Fox Pam will commence her talk by saying how she came to ...
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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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