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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 43

By: JHSE

  • Preface xi
  • LLOYD P. GARTNER - Israel Finestein, historian of Anglo-Jewry
  • DAVID STEPHENSON - Jewish presence in, and absence from, Wales in the twelfth and  thirteenth centuries
  • JONATHAN ROMAIN - River Jews: medieval Jews along the Thames as a microcosm of  Anglo-Jewry
  • CHARLES MEYERS - The denunciation of Peter Freire
  • EDGAR SAMUEL - Antonio Fernandes Carvajal's grandmother
  • SHARMAN KADISH - Jewish funerary architecture in Britain and Ireland since 1656
  • EDGAR SAMUEL - Some eighteenth-century refugees from Brazil
  • STEPHEN MASSIL - Naphtali Hart Myers (1711-88): New Yorker and Londoner
  • JOHN COOPER - Nathaniel Mayer Rothschild (1840-1915), the last of the Shtadlanim
  • CECIL BLOOM - Sir Mark Sykes: British diplomat and a convert to Zionism
  • ALAN SWARC - The early French connection to Israel
  • RORY MILLER - The look of the Irish: Irish Jews and the Zionist project 1900
  • MARTIN SUGARMAN  A supplement to ‘Breaking the codes: Jewish personnel at  Bletchley Park'
BOOK NOTES
  • Sven Ostritz (ed.) Die Mittelalterliche Jüdische Kultur in Erfurt
  • Fernando Díaz Esteban (ed.) América y los judíos españoles
  • Gerry Black, Service with a Smile: A History of the League of Jewish Women since 1943
  • J. Z. Muller, Capitalism and the Jews
  • Anthony Julius, Trails of the Diaspora, a History of Anti-Semitism in England
  • Francesca Trivellato, The Familiarity of Strangers: The Sephardic
  • Diaspora, Livorno and Cross-cultural Trade in the Early Modern Period
  • Jeremy Pfeffer, ‘From One End of the Earth to the Other': The London
  • Bet Din, 1805-1855, and the Jewish Convicts Transported to Australia
  • Lloyd P. Gartner, American and British Jews in the Age of the Great Migration
  • John Cowell, Furriers, Glaziers, Doctors and Others: A History of the Preston Jewish Community
  • Jonathan Schneer, The Balfour Declaration: The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
  • Susan Soyinka, From East End to Land's End: The Evacuation of the Jews' Free School, London to Mousehole in Cornwall during World War II
  • Martin Sugarman, Fighting Back: British Jewry's Military Contribution in the Second World War

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 42

By: JHSE

  • In memoriam John Klier, 1944-2007  JOE HILLABY
  • A Domus Conversorum at Bristol?  SUSANNE LACHENICHT
  • Early modern German states and the settlement of Jews: Brandenburg-Prussia and the Palatinate, sixteenth to nineteenth centuries TAMARA CHASE , JENNIFER MARIN , KEN MARKS , JEREMY SCHONFIELD AND BRUCE WATSON
  • The radiocarbon dating of two London shofarot GABRIEL SIVAN
  • Samuel Solomon (1745-1819): quack or entrepreneur? STEPHEN MASSIL
  • ‘The Lady of Longueville Clarke': Maria Hart Myers (1794-1868) and her family RAPHAEL LOEWE
  • A Hebrew poem on the death of Nelson SHULA P . MORELAND
  • Jewish settlement in Staffordshire: the early years, 1811-1901 IRIT MILLER
  • Samson by Solomon J. Solomon: Victorian academy and Jewish identity CECIL BLOOM
  • Aaron Liebermann: the father of Jewish socialism CECIL BLOOM
  • Josiah Wedgwood and Palestine LLOYD P . GARTNER
  • Salo Baron, universal Jewish historian MARTIN SUGARMAN
  • Amendments to ‘England Expects...' MICHAEL ALPERT
  • Spain and the Jews in the Second World War MARTIN SUGARMAN
  • Captain Simmon Latutin, GC - hero of Mogadishu 211
  • BOOK NOTES Moshe Rosman, How Jewish is Jewish History? 239 Grenville Janner and Derek Taylor, Jewish Parliamentarians 241 Jackie Ranston, Belisario: Sketches of a Character. A Historical Biography of a Jamaican Artist 244 Ben Braber, Jews in Glasgow 1870-1939 Immigration and Integration 245 John Cooper, Raphael Lemkin and the Struggle for the Genocide Convention 246

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 41 – 2007

By: JHSE

  • In memoriam Lionel Kochan The Domus Conversorum: The Personal Interest of Henry III (Lauren Fogle)
  • TheMahamadas an arbitration sourt (Edgar Samuel)
  • An eighteetnth-centurySephardi lady - her relations and her property(Miriam Rodrigues-Pereira)
  • John Braham - from meshorrerto tenor (David Conway)
  • England expects . . .: British Jews under the White Ensign from HMS Victory to the loss of HMS Hood in 1941 (Geoffrey Green)
  • Two Hebrew grammers and the Enlightenment (Stephen Massil)
  • Izak Goller (1891-1939): Zionist poet, playright and preacher (Gabriel Sivan)
  • Jewish missionary activity in Portugal between the Wars (Edgar Samuel)
  • 'Hagedud Ha-Sini' - The Jewish Company of the Shanghai Volunteer Corps, 1932-42 (Martin Sugarman)
  • A Jewish contribution to British psychiatry: Edwar Mapother, Aubrey Lewis and their Jewish and refugee colleagues at the Bethlem and Mudsley Hospital and Institute of Psychiatry, 1933-66 (Claire Hilton)
  • Captain Isidore Newman (Martin Sugarman)
  • Mac Goldsmith (John Goldsmith)
  • Kindertransport: Tylers Green Hostel for Young Jewish Refugees (Bernd Koschland)
  • Book Notes

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 39 – 2004

By: JHSE

  • David of Oxford and Licoriciao of Winchester: glimpses into a Jewish family in thirteenth-century England (Reva Berman Brown and Sean McCartney)
  • Alien diplomat (Charles Meyers)
  • The ‘Cathedral Synagogues' of England (Sharman Kadish)
  • The reaction in England to the kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara (Raphael Langham)
  • Greeners and sweaters: Jewish immigration and the cabinet-making trade in East London, 1880 - 1914 (Leonard D. Smith)
  • Did the Chief Rabbinate move to the right? A case study: the mixed-choir controversies, 1880-1986 (Benjamin J. Elton)
  • Arnold White and Sir William Evans-Gordon: their involvement in immigration in late-Victorian and Edwardian Britain (Cecil Bloom)
  • Winston Churchill and the Jews (William D. Rubinstein)
  • Two notes on Jews on active service (Martin Sugarman)
  • Lieutenant Marcus Bloom: a Jewish hero of the SOE (Martin Sugarman)
  • Henry: a physician of distinction - the Rt. Hon. Lord Cohen of Birkenhead, CH (Mervyn Goodman)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 38 – 2003

By: JHSE

  • In Memoriam: Ruth LehmannThe Decline and fall of Anglo-Jewry? (William Rubinstein)
  • Diamonds and pieces of eight: How Stuart England won the rough-diamond trade (Edgar Samuel)
  • The reinternent of members of the Mendes da Costa family, 1713 (Miriam Rodrigues-Pereira)
  • The first Jewish magistrates (Ann Ebner)
  • Patrons, clients, designers and developers: the Jewish contribution to secularbuilding in England (Edward Jamilly)
  • Sussex Hall (1845-1859) and the revival of learning among London Jewry (Geoffrey Cantor)
  • T. E. Lawrence and Zionism (Cecil Bloom)
  • The work of the Pinsker Orphans Relief Fund of London, 1921-1939 (John Cooper)
  • Children of Magnolia Street (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • More than just a few: Jewish pilots and aircrew in the Battle of Britain (Martin Sugarman)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 37 – 2002

By: JHSE

  • The End of Jewish history? (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • The discovery of two medieval pikva'ot in London and a reinterpretation of the Bristol 'mikveh' (Ian Blair, Joe Hillaby, Isca Howell, Richard Sermon and Bruce Watson)
  • Testimony from the Margin: The Gloucester and Its Neighbours; c. 1159 - 1290 (Joe Hillary)
  • Antonio Rodrigues Robles, c. 1620-1688 (Edgar Samuel)
  • Bevis Marks synagogue and the City churches (Kenneth Rubens)
  • Jewish top wealth-holders in Britain, 1809-1909 (William Rubinstein)
  • Asher Asher: Victorian physician, medical reformer and communal servant (Kenneth Collins)
  • The Hebrew, Order of David, from Whitechapel to Hendon via South Africa (Raymond Kalman)
  • Confounding the enemy: Jewish RAF Special Operators in radio counter measures with 101 Squadron, September 1943-1945 (Martin Sugarman)

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 36 – 1999-2001

By: JHSE

  • The institution of halukkah; a historical review (Cecil Bloom)
  • Revd Solomon Lyon of Cambridge 1755-1820 (Naomi Cream)
  • Bernard Baron: tobacco and philanthropy (Gerry Black)
  • Bertam B. Benas; forgotten Zionist (Mervyn Goodman)
  • Health and medical care of the Jewish poor in the East End of London, 1880-1914 (Gerry Black)
  • The Zion muleteers of Gallipoli, March 1915-May 1916 (Martin Sugarman)
  • The British Labour Party and Palestine, 1917-1948 (Cecil Bloom)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 35 – 1996/8

By: JHSE

  • In Memoriam Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909-1997)
  • In Memoriam Alfred Rubens (1903-1998)
  • Italian musicians at the Tudor Court - were they really Jews? (Alessio Ruffati)
  • Don Fray Francisco de Victoria, 1540-92, Bishop of Tucuman (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jewish ancestry of Velasquez (Edgar Samuel)
  • The Jews in Hull between 1766 and 1880 (Israel Finestein)
  • Moses Samuel, Liverpool Hebraist (Bernard Wasserstein)
  • A pioneering philosemite: Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna (1790-1846) and the Jews (Hilary Rubinstein)
  • The Jews of Gravesend before 1915 (Malcolm Brown)
  • The Jews of early St John's Wood (Malcolm Brown)
  • F.H. Goldsmid and Archbishop Whately of Dublin: their significance in the emancipation debate (Tony Hammond)
  • The influence of German music on United Kingdom synagogue practice (Alexander Knapp)
  • Jews in Vanity Fair (John Franks)
  • Claude Montefiore: defender of rabbinic Judaism (Edward Kessler)
  • Lucien Wolf, (1857-1930); a study in ambivalence (Israel Finestein)
  • Isaac Diamond and the Jews in the timber trade in the East End 1880-1910 (Bryan Diamond)
  • Kaethe Cohn's Escape from Berlin to London in 1942 (Charles Rubens)
  • The SIG: behind the lines with Jewish commandos (Martin Sugarman)Two Jewish heroines of the SOE (Martin Sugarman)
  • Book notes.
  • With cumulative index to volumes 26 to 35

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 34 – 1994/6

By: JHSE

  • In Memoriam Dorothy Stone (1908-1995)
  • The young Cecil Roth, 1899-1924 (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • Samuel Montagu and Zionism (Cecil Bloom)
  • Bukharan Jews, ancient and modern (Audrey Burton)
  • The ritual-child-murder accusation: its dissemination and Harold of Gloucester (Joe Hillaby)
  • Genealogy and Jewish history (Anthony Joseph)
  • Debt in Elizabethan England: the adventures of Dr Hector Nunez, physician and merchant (Charles Meyers)
  • A quest for a grandfather: Sir Philip Magnus, 1st Bart, Victorian educationalist (Ruth Sebag-Montefiore)
  • Rabbi Elias Menahem: a late 13th century English entrepreneur (Robin Mundill)
  • A Hospitaller and the Jews: Brother Joseph de Chauncy and English Jewry in the 1270s (Zefira Entin Rokeah)
  • Two papal letters on the wearing of the Jewish badge, 1221 and 1229 (Nicholas Vincent)
  • Aspects of Jewish contributions to musical life in Britain, 1770-1820 (Barry Weinberg)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 33 – 1992/4

By: JHSE

  • The London Jewry: William I to John (Joe Hillaby)
  • The role of Jews in the British colonies of the Western Mediterranean (T.M. Benady)
  • The Jewish presence in the London theatre, 1600-1800 (Kalman A. Burnim)
  • A collection of Anglo-Jewish ephemera (Arthur B. Hyman)
  • The Jews of Essex before 1900 (Malcolm Brown)
  • An Ipswich worthy portrayed by John Constable (Malcolm Brown)
  • The Jewish friendly societies of London 1793-1993 (Raymond Kalman)
  • No ordinary tradesmen: the Green family in 19th century Whitechapel (Alex Jacob)
  • ‘Popular politics' and the Jewish question in the Russian Empire 1881-2 (John Klier)
  • The politics of immigration, 1881-1905 (Cecil Bloom)
  • The historiography of Anglo-Jewry, 1892-1992 (Aubrey Newman)
  • The foundation of The Jewish Historical Society of England, 1893 (Stephen Massil)
  • References to the Holocaust in English Law Reports (Aron Owen)
  • The establishment of the Reform Beth Din in 1948 - a barometer of religious trends in Anglo-Jewry (Jonathan A. Romain)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 31 – 1988/90

By: JHSE

  • Anglo-Jewry under Edward I: credit agents and their clients (Robin Mundill)
  • A magnate among the marchers: Hamo of Hereford, his family and clients 1218-1253 (Joe Hillaby)
  • Money and the hangman in late-13th century England: Jews, Christians and coinage offences alleged and real (Part I) (Zefira Entin Rokeah)
  • The Curiel family in 16th century Portugal (Edgar Samuel)
  • A second Jewish community in Tudor London (Roger Prior)
  • The Readmission of the Jews to England in 1656 in the context of English economic policy (Edgar Samuel)
  • Old clothes men: 18th and 19th centuries (Betty Naggar)
  • A ‘Miniature Sanctuary' at Clapton House, 1781 (Raphael Loewe and Malcolm Brown)
  • Relations of the Mahamad of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London with the Holy Land in the 19th century (Miriam Rodrigues-Pereira)
  • Colonel Patterson, soldier and Zionist (Cecil Bloom)
  • M.H. Davis: the rise and fall of a communal upstart (Geoffrey Alderman)
  • Book notes.

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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 30 – 1987/8

By: JHSE

  • In Memoriam David Goldstein (1933-1987)
  • Publications by David Goldstein. The Jewish presence in Imperial China (Michael Loewe)
  • St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and its Jewish connections (Claire Hilton)
  • Dr Rodrigo Lopes' last speech from the scaffold at Tyburn (Edgar Samuel)
  • Resistance and rebellion in 18th century France (Frances Malino)
  • The Jews of Hackney before 1840 (Malcolm Brown)
  • Brighton Jewry reconsidered (David Spector)
  • Jews and Robert Browning: fiction and fact (David Goldstein)
  • The Dreyfus Affair: could it have happened in England? (A.L. Shane)Ideological components in Anglo-Jewish opposition to Zionism before and during the First World War: a restatement (Stuart A. Cohen)
  • The Revd John Harris: issues in Anglo-Jewish pacifism, 1914-18 (Evelyn Wilcock)
  • Anglo-Jewish foreign policy in crisis - Lucien Wolf, the Conjoint Committee and the War, 1914-18 (Mark Levene)
  • Edwin Montagu (Eugene Black)
  • Adolph Buchler, Principal of Jews' College, 1906-39. Bibliography of work of Adolph Buchler (Bruno Marmorstein)
  • Decca Days - the career of Wilfred Sampson Samuel, 1886-1958 (Edgar Samuel)
  • Book notes.

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