British Jewry in the eighties a statistical and geographical guide by Stanley Waterman

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Published by Board of Deputies of British Jews in London .

Written in English

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  • Jews -- Great Britain -- Statistics.

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Bibliography, p50-56.

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Statementby Stanley Waterman and Barry Kosmin.
ContributionsKosmin, Barry A. 1946-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS135.E5
The Physical Object
Pagination56p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17277447M
ISBN 100907104096

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The British Jewry Book of Honour was published in in London to permanently record and honour the contribution made by Jews who served in the British and colonial forces during World War I. The book was edited by Reverend Michael Adler, the first Jewish chaplain to serve in HM Forces.

Following the War, it was decided to create the British Jewry Book of Honour to bring together information about the British Jews who had served in British and Colonial forces during the First World War.

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The British Jewry Book of Honour was published in in London to permanently record and honour the contribution made by Jews who served in the British and colonial forces during World War I. The book was edited by Reverend Michael Adler. This book is essentially an update of his publication Modern British Jewry (revised second edition ) - a key reference work for the history of Anglo-Jewry.

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