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Jews, aliens and other outsiders in British history

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 February 2009

Todd M. Endelman
University of Michigan


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1 Cohen, Stuart A., English Zionists and British Jews: the communal politics of Anglo-Jewry 1895–1920 (Princeton, 1982).CrossRefGoogle Scholar

2 Wasserstein, Bernard, Britain and the Jews of Europe 1939–1945 (London and Oxford, 1979).Google Scholar

3 Cannadine, David, ‘Cousinhood’, London Review of Books, 27 July 1989, p. 10.Google Scholar

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5 On this point, see now Feldman, David, Englishmen and Jews: social relations and political culture 1840–1914 (New Haven, 1994).Google Scholar

6 See, for example, the iconoclastic study of Samet, Moshe, Moshe Montefiore: metsiyyut ve-aggadah [Moses Montefiore: reality and myth] (Jerusalem, 1989).Google Scholar