|Author||David S. Katz|
The status of Jews in England from their royal protective status, through the reigns of the Elizabethan era up until their true emancipation well into the 19th century are closely examined. 'Sins of omission' of many Gentile historians, make this volume particularly sound for Jewish readers to get a more complete picture of Jewish presence in England. The roles Jews played in English history is examined by this highly respected Israeli historian.
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