Valletine Mitchell - ebooks
The Wars of the Lord
By Derek Taylor
Contributions by: Jonathan Sacks
Chief Rabbi Joseph Herman Hertz (1872-1946), perhaps Britain's greatest Chief Rabbi, led his community through two World Wars and was instrumental in the rescue of Jewish refugees from Nazism. He published many books and edited the seminal Hertz Chumash....
Ebooks - 9780853039198 - $ 84.95
Unresolved Issues in Modern Orthodoxy
Faith without Fear examines key unresolved philosophical, theological, and ideological issues in the Modern Orthodox Jewish world, including Modern Orthodoxy and Haredi Orthodoxy as competing heirs to the pre-modern Jewish tradition, the challenge to traditional faith posed by modern biblical scholarship, and...
Ebooks - 9780853039099 - $ 89.95
Religious Remembrance and the Literary Response to the Holocaust
Forgetting to Remember examines the remembrance of the Holocaust in literary texts by six European writers: Paul Celan, Geoffrey Hill, Gunter Grass, Imre Kertesz, Peter Weiss, and Samuel Beckett. Close readings of canonical texts - such as Grass's The...
Ebooks - 9780853038290 - $ 89.95
The Holocaust and the Courtroom in American Fictive Film
By James Jordan
From Nuremberg to Hollywood is a transformative book that explores the evolving relationship between the act of bearing witness to the Holocaust in the courtroom, and how this is perceived and imagined by American film. The book transforms the...
Ebooks - 9780853038665 - $ 89.95
The Holocaust and the Third Generation
This book is the first of its kind: an exploration of the experiences of the Third Generation - the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors - who have particular relationships to the Holocaust, mediated through their interactions...
Ebooks - 9780853039297 - $ 89.95
By Pam Fox
Contributions by: MichaelA. Meyer
This book shows how Israel Mattuck was probably the most influential figure in the development of the Liberal Jewish Synagogue in the UK and the wider Liberal Jewish movement through his involvement with the World Union for Progressive Judaism, which he chaired from...
Ebooks - 9780853038887 - $ 84.95
Jews in the German Army in the Great War
During World War I, approximately 100,000 Jews served in the German army, of whom around 80,000 fought on the Front and 12,500 were killed, died, or went missing in action. About 35,000 were decorated, 23,000 promoted, and more...
Ebooks - 9780853039389 - $ 79.95
Can we have an objective history of a modernist event such as the Holocaust? How much 'historical distance' does, can, or should a historian have? Since Hayden White's Metahistory (1973), we have become used to asking these questions. Saul Friedlander's 1992 Probing the...
Ebooks - 9781910383063 - $ 89.00
Eleanor Rathbone and the Refugees
By Susan Cohen
Now available in paperback, Rescue the Perishing is the first study to date of Eleanor Rathbone's commitment to the 'refugee question' from 1933 until her death in 1946. It explains how, from a working life devoted to championing the cause of the disadvantaged,...
Ebooks - 9781910383094 - $ 75.00
For over 115 years, readers have been referring to The Jewish Year Book for information regarding Britain's Jewish community - the institutions, the organizations, the charities, contact details, and a who's who of personalities. The Jewish Year Book 2015 also provides details...
Ebooks - 9780853039884 - $ 69.95