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exclusion literature

Jews in Oxford after 1290

The granddaughter of Cecil Roth has recently discovered a reprint from the Journal Oxoniensia when sorting old family documents, and has kindly offered this document

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modern personalities

Bruno Cassirer

Bruno Cassirer Publishing House in Oxford 1940-1990 (Notes based on Bruno Cassirer Publishers Ltd Oxford 1940-1990 – an annotated Bibliography with Essays – eds Feilchenfeldt

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our publications

Jewish Chronicle 1969

Oxford’s Wayward Sons Jewish Chronicle March 28th 1969 This is the second of our extracts from the Jewish Chronicle Archives  

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New Blue Plaque in Oxford

We were delighted to learn that the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) is undertaking an initiative to erect plaques to well known figures from amongst

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notable modern

Sir Ludwig Guttman 1899-1980

Ludwig Guttman – Father of the Paralympics It was with great pride that we have learnt that Sir Ludwig Gutmann was a member of the

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museum exhibitions

Explore Oxford – Museum of Oxford

  Due to essential maintenance work in the Town Hall’s Gallery, the Micro-Museum is now permanently closed. We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.

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Apocrypha, The body of Jewish religious literature, written between the 2nd cent. B.C.E. and the 2nd century C.E., which was not included in the Hebrew

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