Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 39 – 2004

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

  • 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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