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The Jews, and the Jews in England By Anthony M. Ludovici
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Starting with a frank discussion on Jewish racial origins, Ludovici concludes that the European Jews were of mixed antecedents—Semitic, Orientalid, Asiatic and European, all in differing... More > proportions. From there he discusses the history of the Jews from their earliest interactions with surrounding Gentile nations, focusing particularly upon their troubled relations with the Romans and later Medieval Europe. Ludovici then moves on to his major theme: a detailed history of the Jews in Britain, starting in Roman times, including the reasons for their expulsion in 1290, their return in 1655, and their influence in Britain. In this regard Ludovici was of the determined mind that the Jews had, since 1655, become so thoroughly entrenched in British society that it would be impossible to expel them once again. He says, even if it were possible to expel the Jews from Britain, what he called “Judaic values” were so entrenched in society that all of these traditions would also have to be expunged.< Less
The Jews, and the Jews in England By Anthony M. Ludovici
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Starting with a frank discussion on Jewish racial origins, Ludovici concludes that the European Jews were of mixed antecedents—Semitic, Orientalid, Asiatic and European, all in differing... More > proportions. From there he discusses the history of the Jews from their earliest interactions with surrounding Gentile nations, focusing particularly upon their troubled relations with the Romans and later Medieval Europe. Ludovici then moves on to his major theme: a detailed history of the Jews in Britain, starting in Roman times, including the reasons for their expulsion in 1290, their return in 1655, and their influence in Britain. In this regard Ludovici was of the determined mind that the Jews had, since 1655, become so thoroughly entrenched in British society that it would be impossible to expel them once again. He says, even if it were possible to expel the Jews from Britain, what he called “Judaic values” were so entrenched in society that all of these traditions would also have to be expunged.< Less
Sephardic Jews in the Medical Literature By Shelomo Alfassa
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[HARD COVER EDITION] ETHNIC SEPHARDIC JEWS IN THE MEDICAL LITERATURE - The Sephardic Jews make up the second largest division of the Jewish population; they have their historic roots in... More > Spain, Portugal and North Africa, as well as due to migrations, in Mesopotamia and Arabia. Sephardic Jews comprise the second largest group in the Jewish population after Ashkenazic Jews that stem from Eastern Europe. Sephardim have developed and possess a shared relationship based upon unique religious traditions, collective ideals, customs and ethnicity. Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jews were geographically and religiously separate populations. Because of this separation, these two populations often display significant differences in the incidence of genetic diseases and medical conditions. ISBN 978-0-9763226-6-5 < Less
Terror Has No Diary: Annals of a Gay Jew and His Comrads Behind a Holy Wall in Nazi Europe By Michael Melnick
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Of the 7000 Jews living in the Baltic seaport of Libau (Liepaja), Latvia when the Germans invaded on June 21, 1941, only 200 remained alive when the city was liberated May 9,1945. Of these, maybe two... More > dozen were hiding within Libau itself. This story is about 12 of them. Eleven adults were in the care of Robert and Johanna Sedols who hid them in a cellar behind a false wall constructed with the "holy bricks" of the demolished Choral Synagogue; the lone child was cared for by a widow, Otilija Schimelpfenig, in the secure comfort of her home. For their courage and moral stature, the Sedols and Mrs. Schimelpfenig are memorialized as "Righteous Among the Nations" at Yad Vashem. How these 12 Jews arrived at their hiding places, and how they endured until liberation, is a remarkable story, one of miracles. Inscrutable miracles, cast naked upon the ruins by men and women of courage and cunning, not saints.< Less
Schuman's Warning of the Nazi Destruction of the Jews By David Heilbron Price
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In August 1942 Robert Schuman, the future founder of the European Community and the EU, escaped from his imprisonment in Germany. He arrived in the Free Zone of France with information of vital... More > importance for the Allied war effort. He also brought what was probably the first news to reach the Allies of the systematic Nazi destruction or Holocaust of the Jews. The full English text of what Schuman made known about Nazi plans to take over the world and the Holocaust are published for the first time. World War 2 was as much or more a war against Judeo-Christian civilization as a military one of global proportions. This new book exposes the Nazi plans to destroy Christianity from Europe and Robert Schuman's courageous political action after the war to provide Europe with a democratic Community system that would prevent the recurrence of totalitarian evil again.< Less
Ethnic Sephardic Jews in the Medical Literature By Shelomo Alfassa
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[SOFT COVER] ETHNIC SEPHARDIC JEWS IN THE MEDICAL LITERATURE - The Sephardic Jews make up the second largest division of the Jewish population; they have their historic roots in Spain,... More > Portugal and North Africa, as well as due to migrations, in Mesopotamia and Arabia. Sephardic Jews comprise the second largest group in the Jewish population after Ashkenazic Jews that stem from Eastern Europe. Sephardim have developed and possess a shared relationship based upon unique religious traditions, collective ideals, customs and ethnicity. Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jews were geographically and religiously separate populations. Because of this separation, these two populations often display significant differences in the incidence of genetic diseases and medical conditions. ISBN 978-0-9763226-0-3 < Less
Eclectic Miscellany: Select Essays on the Jewish Experience By Shelomo Alfassa
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ECLECTIC MISCELLANY: SELECT ESSAYS ON THE JEWISH EXPERIENCE is a volume of collected essays from the 18th and 19th century, on topics related to the wide scope of the Jewish experience from Spain to... More > India, from Ottoman Turkey to the American Jews and from the Jews of Eastern Europe to the Holy Land and out to Ethiopia.< Less
Sephardic Voices By eileen shavelson
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A Kabbalah Mystery . Spanning 11th century Spain, 16th century New Mexico and current day Santa Fe, a young Jewish woman from New York City travels through to the Golden Age of Enlightenment in... More > Europe, to the Pueblos of 16th century Sant Fe and back to modern day NYC, seeking out her mystical past . In the process she discovers her spiritual destiny , and possibly that of Jews worldwide, for the future. Feature Film Screenplay< Less
The Conscientious Historian By Martin G. Parker
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While at a conference in Warsaw in 1991, Polish professor of History, Karol Baranowski, becomes embroiled in a series of events that force him to question everything he has ever known. From the... More > moment he wakes up next to a dead prostitute, Baranowski's world is turned upside down and inside out. As he digs into the past to try to make the connection between the dead woman, a 1946 pogrom, the mysterious Jewish-American history student, Joanna, who he meets at the conference, two men both with prominent noses and an old man who speaks in riddles, nothing can prepare Baranowski for what he discovers, and nothing can prepare the reader for the dramatic twist at the end.< Less
A Distant Dream By Levi Kaufman
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A Distant Dream, an historical novel, is set against the vivid backdrop of Medieval Europe and the religious hostility that was its hallmark. In the year 1290, England's twelve thousand Jews became... More > the continent's first community to face expulsion. Despite oppressive and unfair taxes and restrictive living conditions, the Jews had somehow managed to survive and even prosper. Now they were to be forced to abandon their homes and belongings. Where should the uprooted families go? Would any other Christian nations welcome them? Would they be allowed to remain in any one place for more than a few years? Perhaps some tired and idealistic English Jew dreamed of cutting his ancient ties with Europe altogether. Perhaps he spoke to others around him and together, they make plans. Perhaps there were some who dared to set out for some new land where they could live their lives as Jews. Where they could live undisturbed by the outside world...< Less

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