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The story of how and why Jews left the British Isles to settle in distant parts of the world, often establishing the first Jewish communities in North America, Australia, New Zealand and Southern Africa. New, untold stories about their “spirit of adventure” and  commercial enterprise as well as religious discrimination that provided the motivating factors.

Edited Essays  gathered by Jewish Historical Society of England, by Gabriel A. Sivan

The Jewish Emigrant from Britain 1700 – 2000 by Pam Fox

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