Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 43

Edited by -- Sarah Cohen, M.A., Ph.D

  • 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’


  • 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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