The Jewish Enigma: An Enduring People ePub download
by David Englander
- ISBN: 0807612871
- ISBN13: 978-0807612873
- ePub: 1993 kb | FB2: 1236 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Sociology
- Publisher: George Braziller; 1st U.S. ed edition (September 1, 1992)
- Pages: 266
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Professor David Englander. The survival of Jewish identity and culture is one of the great enigmas of history. Faced with persecution, dispersal, pogroms and Hitler's 'Final Solution', the future of the Jewish people has never been secure. The Jewish Enigma seeks to discover what has made survival possible. In seven concise chapters, leading scholars in the field trace the history of the Jewish people from early post-Biblical times and the first Babylonian exile to the current state of Western and American Jewry.
David Englander (3 June 1949 – 7 April 1999) was a British historian of labour and poverty, and an authority on the work of Charles Booth and Jewish immigration to Britain. David Englander was born in Whitechapel, London, on 3 June 1949, the son of a cabinet-maker. He was not successful at school until he came under the influence of inspiring teachers who encouraged him to apply for university
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781870015448. The Jewish enigma: An enduring people. Open University in association with Peter Halban, Milton Keynes, 1992. YouTube Encyclopedic. Mr. Charles Booth's Inquiry: Life and Labour of the People in London Reconsidered. Hambledon Press, 1993. ISBN 1852850795 (With Rosemary O'Day). A Documentary history of Jewish immigrants in Britain, 1840–1920. Leicester University Press, Leicester, 1994.
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Results from Google Books. Published to accompany a 6-part Open University BBC TV series, this book examines the enigma of the survival of Jewish identity and culture in the face of persecution, dispersal, pogroms and Hitler's "Final Solution". It covers events and issues from the first Babylonian exile to Zionism.
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