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Packed with fascinating and practical information, it features everything for the visitor to London, from walking tours of historic areas such as the old Jewish East End to listings of kosher restaurants and shops, and information on important Jewish Londoners and where they lived, complete with plenty of specially commissioned maps.5/5(2).
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[Rachel Kolsky; Roslyn Rawson] -- Features walking tours, photographs, and maps that showcase London's Jewish communities, popular cultural venues, and less-well-known sights from the eleventh century to the present. This travel guidebook focuses on the sights, heritage and culture of London's historic and present Jewish community.
From walking tours of historic areas such as the Jewish East End to listings of kosher restaurants and shops, it offers information on important Jewish Londoners and where they lived, with many specially commissioned maps.4/5(2). A travel guidebook that focuses on the sights, heritage and culture of London's historic and present Jewish community.
From walking tours of historic areas such as the old Jewish East End to listings of kosher restaurants and shops, it offers information on important Jewish Londoners and where they lived, with many specially commissioned maps.
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Chapter 1 The first Jewish Londoners. The Jews have never accounted for more than one per cent of the population of Britain. Berk’s book, published by Amberley, a press that focuses on local history, includes an introduction by Rachel Kolsky, an award-winning guide and co-author of Jewish London: A Comprehensive Guidebook for Visitors and Londoners.
A book launch for the volume takes place on July 9. See book listing on Amberley web site. The Londoners book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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Having grown up and served in the army during the Second World War, he moved out of the neighbourhood he'd grown up in. Across the decades following the war so too would most of the other Jewish neighbours - Londoners established enough by then to move away from the grotty tenements and filthy market streets, out to the suburbs and beyond.
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Under Jewish law if William and Kate have children their children will be Jews!