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  • Hermann Adler

    Hermann Adler

    £40.00

    The King's Chief Rabbi
    Taylor, Derek 
    With a foreword by Lord Jacob Rothschild, OM

    Hermann Adler contributed enormously as Chief Rabbi to the Jewish community in the UK and beyond.
    From the Foreword by Lord Jacob Rothschild, OM

    When Chief Rabbi Adler died in 1911, his friend, Sir Adolph Tuck wrote: ‘The fame of...

  • In the Shadows of Memory

    In the Shadows of Memory

    £25.00

    The Holocaust and the Third Generation

    Edited by: Jilovsky, Esther; Silverstein, Jordana; Slucki, David

    New in paperback 27th October 2020

    This book is the first of its kind: an exploration of the experiences of the Third Generation - the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors - who have...

  • Internment in Britain in 1940

    Internment in Britain in 1940

    £50.00

    Life and Art Behind the Wire

    Newman, Ines with Brinson, Charmian and Dickson, Rachel

    This remarkable book gives a unique insight into the press-inspired panic which propelled the forced internment of so many anti-Nazis refugees.
    David Glasser, Chair, Ben Uri Gallery and Museum

    When the artist Hugo Dachinger...

  • Internment in Britain in 1940

    Internment in Britain in 1940

    £18.99

    Life and Art Behind the Wire

    Newman, Ines with Brinson, Charmian and Dickson, Rachel

    This remarkable book gives a unique insight into the press-inspired panic which propelled the forced internment of so many anti-Nazis refugees.
    David Glasser,

    Chair, Ben Uri Gallery and Museum

    When the artist Hugo Dachinger...

  • Let him Go

    Let him Go

    £14.99

    A Danish Child in Ravensbrück and Theresienstadt
    Katznelson, Ib

    2nd Editon

    Ib Katznelson has written a remarkable and important book. Over the years I've probably read dozens of survivor accounts, if not hundreds. This one has impressed me as few others have. . Because the writing is calm and...

  • Mandate

    Mandate

    £25.00

    The Palestine Crucible, 1919-1939
    Turnberg, Leslie 

    (A)n astonishing feat of scholarship and analysis that sits at the nexus of history, foreign policy and most importantly, a timely assessment of where Britain is heading based on the prison and prism of the past. It is...

  • Medicine

    Medicine

    £50.00

    From Biblical Canaan to Modern Israel
    Stanton, Stuart and Collins, Kenneth (Eds)

    In chapters that range from Babylonian and Biblical medicine to health and medicine under Ottoman and British Mandate authority to mainstream and complementary medical services in Israel today, this excellent collaborative volume by a...

  • Pani Stefa and the Orphans

    Pani Stefa and the Orphans

    £25.00

    Out of the Shadow of Korczak
    Kicinska, Magdalena 
    Translated by Sean Gasper Bye

    At a moment when communists were engineering a New Man, and Zionists a New Jew, a doctor and a teacher devoted themselves to a social experiment: raising a new child....

  • Rabbi Sacks and the Community We Built Together

    Rabbi Sacks and the Community We Built Together

    £15.99

    The United Synagogue

    Family and colleagues of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks from the UK as well as team members from his tenure as Chief Rabbi have joined to produce a new book of many original articles, photos, stories and Torah teaching to pay their tribute to...

  • The Jews of England and The Revolutionary Era

    The Jews of England and The Revolutionary Era

    £50.00

    1789 – 1815
    Jeremy Smilg

    This is a wonderful and accessible book written with energy and enthusiasm incorporating political, social, cultural and religious history. It is the first to explore the responses of English Jewry to the French Revolution and how British politics and...