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Nazi Germany's foreign policy towards the Soviet Union was carried out in accordance with ideological and political objectives. These were defined and planned well in advance, with a view to a final confrontation for the domination of Europe. This policy regarded 'Jewish Bolshevism' as the main obstacle to securing...
This is an analysis and description of that section of the great Jewish migration from eastern Europe which settled in Britain - around 120,000 Jews. The routes to England and the immigrants' travel experiences are discussed and the dockside reception is presented, which leads to a consideration of the...
Between Tradition and Transformation
In this book, author Elizabeth Schachter challenges the widely held view that Jewish integration in Italy - from the second emancipation (1848) to the First World War - was an unqualified success, and thus an anomaly in European Jewish history. She draws on contemporary Jewish journals,...
A Journey to Empty Places
Driebergen, Michiel; Zorgdrager, Heleen
A hundred years ago Lemberg (also known as Lviv and Lwow) was part of the Habsburg Empire and famed for its splendour and rich cultural life. Until the German occupation in 1941, a Jewish community of over 100,000 people lived in Lwow. When...
German and Austrian Refugees in Britain's Armed Forces, 1939-45
During the Second World War, 10,000 Germans and Austrians volunteered to join the British Forces from the UK. Most were refugees, but there were others also. From 1939 until 1943 most served in the 18 so-called Alien Companies of the Pioneer...
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
With a new Introduction by Dave Rich
How encouraging to think that when people tell racist lies there are courts in which the slandered can prove that they're being slandered, and that judges can make the world a better place.
A History of Reform Judaism in Britain
Last Voices of the Jewish POWs of the Japanese in the Second World War
This book contains dozens of accounts - both horrific and inspiring, amusing and sad - of the experiences of Jewish prisoners of war and internees from Commonwealth and Dutch forces imprisoned by the Japanese during World...