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Jewish Memories of the Twentieth Century, Paperback / softback Book

Jewish Memories of the Twentieth Century Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


"Jewish Memories of the Twentieth Century' is a treasure trove of eyewitness accounts of a century when it was not easy to be Jewish.

They are told by members of 'Alyth' synagogue and give us an insight into the past.

Stories from childhood reveal that some members were born here to immigrants to Britain at the turn of the last century.

Some members were born in countries that suffered under the Nazi regime; some arrive in Britain on the Kindertransport and lost their families in the Holocaust.

Those who were old enough served in World War II. Some, as children, were evacuees. Many lived through difficult days but were able to enjoy happier times.

These stories are a tribute to the contribution they made to the life and prosperity of Britain and are a living testament to the Jewish spirit." -- Evelyn Julia Kent.


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