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100th annual report of the Anglo-Jewish Association

Anglo-Jewish Association.

100th annual report of the Anglo-Jewish Association

1970-5730/31.

by Anglo-Jewish Association.

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Published by Anglo-Jewish Association in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anglo-Jewish Association.,
  • Jews -- Societies, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe one hundredth annual report of the Anglo-Jewish Association.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18821151M

    A Abrams, Nathan. Caledonian Jews: A Study in Seven Small Communities in Scotland. Adler, Hermann. ‘The Chief Rabbis of England’, Papers read at the Anglo-Jewish Historical Exhibition (London, ), Vol. 1: Adler-Rudel, S. ‘The Evian Conference on the Refugee Question’ Leo Baeck . The Anglo Jewish Association's charitable objectives: To promote the education of jews and the education of other persons in jewish matters: to advance the jewish religion; and to relieve poverty particularly among for deserving necessitous for granting scholarships or loans to jewish girls to be trained for either.

    Studies in Anglo-Jewish history. Edinburgh, Printed for the Jewish historical Society of England by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Hagin family.; Hagin family.; Hagin family. Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: H P Stokes. An Anglo-Jewish Family I PROPOSE this evening to sketch for you the story of an Anglo-Jewish family, one familiar to all of you by name, to many in person, which may be taken to some extent as typical of the families, British for three generations or more, that help to make up the Anglo-Jewry of today.

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The Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) is a British organization originally founded for the protection of Jewish rights in backward countries by diplomatic means. Its objectives and activities were patterned after those of the Alliance Israélite Universelle.

It was established in with Jacob Waley as its first president; five Jewish members of. About the AJA. The Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) was established in by leading members of the Anglo Jewish Community to represent views on matters relevant to Jews and to facilitate education through operating a network of Jewish schools across the British Empire.

AJ 37 Records of the Anglo-Jewish Association I Notes and Abbreviations Recommended Reserves: files marked * 30 years ** 50 years All reserves run from the date of the last papers in the file.

An indication of a foreign language in the bottom left of an entry means only that some untranslated material in that language is to be found in the file. The Anglo-Jewish Association is a leading Jewish community organisation which provides financial assistance to Jewish students to attend University and Higher Education throughout the country.

The AJA partners with other charities in order to service the student community more efficiently. (A report on the records of the Anglo-Jewish Association covering AJ 37 and AJ 95 was reproduced by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in ) Access Information The Special Collections Division is available for anyone to use, regardless of whether you are attached to an academic institution.

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Inthe AJA has launched a series of partnerships with other charities in order to service the student community more efficiently. Contributors to the Society for the Aged Poor This list has been taken from the annual report for Surnames A-D Surnames E-K Surnames L-R Surnames S-Z.

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