David, Miriam E. and Moos, Merilyn (Eds)
This book is not a study about the second generation but gives voice to the second generation themselves. It provides fascinating and unique insights as to how the ‘second generation’ feels about themselves and their place within...
Alfie Bass, David Kossoff, Warren Mitchell and Lionel Bart
This is a wonderful book that places these Jewish artists in a historical-cultural context. This is not only a British story, but a much wider Jewish one for which Isabelle Seddon provides many interesting insights.
Colin Shindler, The Jerusalem Post
Essentials of the Land of Israel is an excellent resource for both the layman and scholar interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the geography and history of Israel.
Rabbi Ken Spiro, Senior Lecturer & Researcher, Aish HaTorah, Jerusalem
Brandon Marlon’s ready compendium of...
The Story of an Ordinary Egyptian Jewish Family in Extraordinary Times
[T]he time may soon be coming when the events that have taken place in the region will have to be considered as part of the great exchanges of population that have...
Ostrava and its Jews Volume 2
Lawson, David and Salomonovičová, Libuše
In Volume I, Ostrava and its Jews, the authors present the story of the Ostrava Jewish Community from its beginning in the eighteenth century, through the Holocaust to the present. After the murder of almost all the Jewish population,...
My Family, The Holocaust and Me
Rosemary Schonfeld grew up as the daughter of a Czech immigrant in post-war UK and Canada, unaware of her father’s Jewish identity and of what really happened to his absent relatives. In adulthood she began to feel compelled to find out whether Relly,...
An immigrant's search for identity and belonging
What happens to a child whose early life is marked by trauma and loss? Can a reviled other find the courage to speak out? Anna Rabkin's comfortable childhood in Krakow ended abruptly when her Jewish family fled both Communists and Nazis during World...
Between Two Worlds
Thornton provides a pithy family biography of the well-known Berlin Beer family that illuminates the paradoxical situation between enlightenment and antisemitism that Jews faced in the German territories in the 19th century.
Dr Susanne Korbel, University of Gratz
In this informative handbook will be found the values of Judaism that have been the strong link in the golden chain of Jewish history. The compilation of knowledge found in these pages will be useful to all those who wish to find out more about the meaning and...
With a Foreword by Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Jews make up 0.2% of the worlds' population, yet they have won over 20% of the Nobel prizes – 204 in total out of around 900 awarded since the first Laureates at the start of the...