Jewish Year Book 2008

Edited by: Massil, Stephen

Essays: Eric Moonman: Liverpool, Cultural Capital 2008 and Liverpool Jewry --- Bernard Davis: Celia Rose and Lou Rose: Youth Club Leaders of the 1950s --- Jonathan Beckman: Sigmund Freud and His Arrival in London in 1938 --- Anthony J. Dunn: Novelist and Film-maker Wolf Mankowitz --- The Jewish Year Book 2008 provides a comprehensive directory of the communal institutions and organisations that make up the fabric of British Jewish society. It is a guide to the structures and networks of the religious, social, educational, cultural, and welfare organisations of the Jewish community across the British Isles, and it reports the ever-changing pattern of websites, now such a pervasive feature of communal management and presentation. It also offers an extensive guide to the primary organisations of the Jewish communities of the world and a substantial survey of Israel and its organisations that have associations with British Jewry, including a comprehensive list of Israel's overseas embassies and missions. It sets out the basic facts of the history of Jewish settlement in Britain and an up-to-date statement of UK legislation specifically concerned with the place of the Jews and Jewish identity in Britain. Updated annually, edited to provide the latest, up-to-date information, it includes contact details for Jewish institutions, local and international organisations, details on leading Jewish personalities, obituaries and major events as well as principal festivals and fasts. There is also a detailed calendar, including the Jewish calendar for thirty years and evening twilight regional variations.

354 pages

Copyright: 1/30/2008