Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 33 – 1992/4

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

  • 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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