by Mark in Gateshead (Summerfield, Saltmeadows Rd., Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE8 3AJ) .
Written in English
Bibliography, p344-345. - Includes index.
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The Jewish Communities of North East England , Newcastle Upon Tyne: Ashley Marks publications co. (). The Jewish Historical Society of England,Author: Eva von Hirsch Eriksen. (The Jewish Communities of North East England - L. Olsover) (ibid.) families (The Jewish Year Book /6) 4, (The Jewish Year Book ) 2, (The Jewish Year Book ) 2, (The Jewish Year Book ) 3, (The Jewish Year Book ) 1, (The Jewish Year Book ) In book: Spatial Behavior in Haredi Jewish Communities in Great Britain (pp) Authors: Shlomit Flint. ; The Jewish communities of North East England L Olsover;. This is a list of Jewish communities in the United Kingdom, including synagogues, yeshivot and Hebrew schools. For a list of buildings which were previously used as synagogues see List of former synagogues in the United Kingdom.
WELCOME to the website of the Representative Council of North-East Jewry, the ‘umbrella’ organization for Jewish communities and organizations in the North-East of England in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham, and Cleveland. The Sunderland Jewish community can trace its origin well beyond the immigrations of Jews from Eastern Europe during the second half of the nineteenth century. Around a number of Bohemian merchants, led by a certain Abraham Samuel, crossed the channel from Holland and settled in the town, forming a congregation in Buy Jewish Communities of North East England by Olsover, Lewis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Lewis Olsover. The North-East Joel Intract Memorial Home for Aged Jews was opened in Sunderland in and closed in The Jewish community in Sunderland has fallen to very few in recent years. It is predicted that by there will be 1 Jew left in Sunderland.
Extract from “The Jewish Communities of North East England” by Lewis Olsover, published by Ashley Mark Publishing Co, Remembering the bombing of the King David Hotel, 22 July , using the story of Julius Jacobs, David Gordon will be looking at the history of the Jewish communities of Sunderland, North Shields, South Shields, Whitley Bay, Durham, Hartlepool, Stockton Darlington and Bishop Auckland. David was born in Sunderland in at a time when the Sunderland Jewish community . OLSOVER L, The Jewish communities of North East England , Gateshead: Mark () pp , il ORSI RA, The madonna of th Street: faith and community in Italian Harlem. 2nd Edition, Yale University Press () pp O’CONNOR D, City and cosmos in Ancient Egypt: the new kingdom experience, Athlone ().