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Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 22 – 1968/69

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

  • Benjamin Disraeli, Karl Marx, and the search for identity (Sir Isaiah Berlin)
  • Why Anglo-Jewish History? (Cecil Roth)
  • The Expulsion of the Jews from Prague in 1745 (Aubrey Newman)
  • The Jews of Brighton 1779-1900 (David Spector)
  • The origins of the Jewish Orphanage (Edward S. Conway)
  • Sir Winston Churchill and Israel (Oskar K. Rabinowicz)
  • The Rothschilds in caricature (Alfred Rubens)
  • 19th century Jewish colonies in Cyprus (John M. Shaftesley)
  • MISCELLANIES PART VII – A list of Jewish persons endenizened and naturalised 1609-1799 (W.S. Samuel, edited with a foreward by R.D. Barnett and A.S. Diamond)
  • Apprentices of Great Britain 1710-33 (Arthur P. Arnold, with introduction by R.D. Barnett)
  • A Letter from a Jewish Bookseller (A. Schischa) Laws of the Society
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