Who's Who in Jewish History: After the Period of the Old Testament

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Thematic Index
Covering Anthropology & Sociology; Anti-Semitism; Arab Nationalism; Art & Architecture; Banking & Finance; Biblical Scholarship; Business & Industry; Chassidism; Christianity; Community Leaders & Personalities; Films; Government; Hebrew Language; Israel, State of; Jewish History; Jewish Kingdoms; Jewish Revolts; Jews, Status of; Journalism; Karaites; Law; Literature; Medicine & Psychiatry; Messianic Movements; Music; Mysticism; Nobel Prizewinners; Palestine; Philosophy; Photography; Printing & Publishing; Rabbinic & Talmudic Scholarship; Religious Reform Movements; Reparations; Resistance Movements; Science; Socialist & Labour Movements; Sport & Games; Theatre & Ballet; Travel & Adventure; Zionism.
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ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY
Bettelheim, Bruno 63
Boas, Franz 67
Durkheim, Emile 106
Fromm, Erich 136
Levi-Strauss, Claude 231
ANTI-SEMITISM
Blood Libel
Beilis, Menahem 47
Crémieux, Isaac 88
Hugh of Lincoln 176-7
Montefiore, Moses 266
William of Norwich 383-4
In England
Aaron of York I
Hugh of Lincoln 176-7
Lopez, Roderigo 237
Shakespeare, William 332
William of Norwich 383-4
Yomtov ben-Isaac 390-1
In France
Agobard 12
Crémieux, Isaac 88
Dreyfus, Alfred 101-5
Moslem
Husseini, Haj Amin el 179-80
Muhammad 268-70
Nazi
Brand, Joel 69-70
Edelstein, Jacob 108
Eichmann, Adolf 110-15
Frank, Anne 130-1
Grynszpan, Herschel 150
Hillesum, Etty 171
Hitler, Adolf 173-4
Kasztner, Rezso 214-15
Levi, Primo 231
Schindler, Oskar 326
Wallenberg, Raoul 372-3
Wiesel, Elie 383
In Poland-Lithuania
Chmielnicki, Bogdan 82
Petlyura, Simon 285
Schwarzbard, Shalom 328
In Russia and USSR
Alexander I 18
Alexander III 18-19
Beilis, Menahem 47
Nicholas II 275
Sharanski, Anatoly 334
Stalin, Joseph 353-4
In Spain
Ferdinand and Isabella 127-8
Torquemada, Tomás de 366
See also CHRISTIANITY;
JEWS, STATUS OF
ARAB NATIONALISM
Abdullah ibn-Hussein 3-4
Arafat, Yasser 27
Feisal I 126-7
Hussein 177-8
Husseini, Haj Amin el- 179-80
Lawrence, T.E. 227
Nassar, Gamal 273
See also CHRISTIANITY;
JEWS, STATUS OF
ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Antokolski, Mark 26
Ardon, Mordechai 28
Bakst, Leon 36
Berenson, Bernard 60
Castel, Moshe 79
Chagall, Marc 79-80
Danziger, Itzhak 91
Davidson, Jo 91-2
Duveen, Joseph 106
Epstein, Jacob 122
Feiffer, Jules 126
Freud, Lucien 134
Gertler, Mark 141
Goldberg, Rube 143
Gross, Chaim 149
Guggenheim family 151
Halter, Marek 155
Hart, Solomon 157
Israels, Jozef 185
Janco, Marcel 193
Joseph ha-Zarfati 202
Kahn, Louis 212
Kitaj, R.B. 218

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps vi
  • Author''s Preface vii
  • Glossary viii
  • Chronology xi
  • World Jewish Population in 1993 xxxv
  • A 1
  • B 34
  • C 76
  • D 90
  • E 107
  • F 125
  • G 137
  • H 152
  • I 181
  • J 187
  • K 211
  • L 223
  • M 241
  • N 271
  • O 278
  • P 282
  • R 292
  • S 318
  • T 361
  • Uv 369
  • W 372
  • Y 389
  • Z 392
  • Thematic Index 397
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