Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 38 – 2003

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

  • 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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