The Jewish Year Book 2011

Edited by: Levy, Elkan; Taylor, Derek

What do you want to know about the Jewish community in Britain? For 115 years, the answers have been found in The Jewish Year Book: the institutions, the organizations, the charities, contact details, and a who's who of personalities. Also included are: dates that matter in the Jewish calendar, award winners, anniversaries and obituaries, an overview of the position of Jews in countries outside Britain, what is happening in Israel, the times in 2011 for festivals and Sabbaths all over the country, along with a 30-year Jewish calendar. Plus a series of articles which look back over the year gone by and the centuries gone by, with: Sir Trevor Chinn on what Jewish charitable donations have achieved in Israel * Rabbi Abraham Levy on a review of where the Jewish community stands today, with particular reference to the Sephardi community in Great Britain * Vivian Wineman on the multi-cultural work of the Board of Deputies * Mark Gardner on the Community Security Trust and the history of Jewish self-defense * Marlena Schmool on the 2011 Census of England and Wales. The Jewish Year Book has always been meticulous in its research and widespread in its coverage. When you want to know the answer on anything to do with the Jewish community, your best chance is to find it in the Jewish Year Book.

471 pages

Copyright: 1/26/2011