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2 edition of list of South African Jewish publications, compiled 1971 found in the catalog.

list of South African Jewish publications, compiled 1971

South African Jewish Board of Deputies. Library

list of South African Jewish publications, compiled 1971

by South African Jewish Board of Deputies. Library

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Published by The Library in [Johannesburg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews -- South Africa -- Bibliography,
  • Judaism -- South Africa -- Bibliography,
  • Jews -- Bibliography,
  • Judaism -- Bibliography

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6373.S4 S65, Z6373 S4 S65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination145 leaves.
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20927553M

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    About the Shelter. A paper entitled The Poor Jews' Temporary Shelter: the development of a database on Jewish migration, , has been published on World Wide Web by the creators of the Database, Professor Aubrey Newman and Dr. John Graham Smith, of the University of Leicester. The paper gives background information about the Shelter itself, and about their Project, and makes very. Melbourne-based historian Melvyn Barnett has compiled a detailed summary analysing the modern history of Jewish cricketers to have played at first-class level around the world. The article, a product of months of research, was first published in the November edition of the Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, and is particularly.

    The first congregation in South Africa was founded in Cape Town in Nov., , and the initial service was held in the house of Benjamin Norden, at the corner of Weltevreden and Hof streets. Later a room was hired at the corner of Bouquet and St. John streets, . Hardcover: pages Publisher: Jewish Publication Society of America; First Edition edition () Language: English ASIN: BEAH80 Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,, in Books (See Top in Books)4/4(1).


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List of South African Jewish publications, compiled 1971 by South African Jewish Board of Deputies. Library Download PDF EPUB FB2

The main locations where the Year Books can be found in South Africa today are the South African Jewish Board of Deputies Library, Johannesburg; the Kaplan Centre Archives, Cape Town; the Gitlin Library, Cape Town, and other Jewish institutions and the libraries of deposit in Cape Town.

Poliva, J.A. [] A short history of the Jewish Press and literature of South Africa from its earliest days until the present time. Vereeniging, Transvaal: [s.n.]. Beinash, J. Books and pamphlets by South African Jewish writers, Johannesburg.

Publisher's comment: Offers a complete look at the Jewish experience in South Africa under the Afrikaner nationalist regime which came to power in Examining black perceptions of the Jewish community, Shimoni highlights a key paradox: as whites, Jews had many privileges, but as Jews, they raised strong, and sometimes negative, feelings among non-Jews, both black and white.

Also banned are the writings of over a hundred exiles, including many prominent South African writers such as Ezekiel Mphahlele, Dennis Brutus, Lewis Nkosi, Yzizi Kunene, Bloke Modisane, Ronald Segal and Alex La Size: 54KB.

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To be completely fair, he has never failed to express his concern about the struggles the nature and the people of his native-continent face everyday. Africa is always in his heart.

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The Publishers' Association of South Africa aims to: Promote and protect the rights and responsibilities of the publishing sector in South Africa. Percy Yutar, South Africa's first Jewish attorney general and prosecutor of Nelson Mandela in the Rivonia Treason Trial. Walter Matulis JR. Co owner of a driver training business.

Walter was raised as Roman Catholic only to find out in the 6th decade of his life that his ancestors were Lithuanian Jews. Sidney Mendelssohn compiled a monumental South African Bibliography () and wrote Jewish Pioneers of South Africa (). Bernard Sachs published several volumes of autobiographical, political, and other essays, as well as a study of H.C.

Bosman, writer of Afrikaans extraction connected with the South African Jewish community in the s. Madiba: A Tribute from South African Jewry published by Hilly Golombick (Book) Following the success of the brochure published by the Jewish community to commemorate the occasion of Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday, it was felt that the articles in the original publication, plus a few additions, should be compiled in book form for posterity.

The aim of the publication was to convey to Mr Mandela. They are the co-editors of Memories, Realities and Dreams: Aspects of the South African Jewish Experience, published by Jonathan Ball in Mendelsohn and Shain have published numerous books and articles in the fields of South African Jewish history, /5(3).

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: Chapters: African Jews, History of the Jews in Africa, Jews and Judaism in Algeria, Jews and Judaism in Egypt, Jews and Judaism in Eritrea, Jews and Judaism in Ethiopia, Jews and Judaism in Libya, Jews and Judaism in Morocco, Jews and Judaism in South.

South Africa’s Jewish population is mainly found in five urban centers: Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria, Durban and Port Elisabeth.

The Jewish community of South Africa is run by a number of institutions. The South African Jewish Board of Deputies takes care of political matters. The centre is under the umbrella of the Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Institute for Jewish Studies at the University of Cape Town and will also have a public access section located at the South African Jewish Museum.

There are number of people who have contributed their time and. Auction in progress, bid now. Prime Auction ends Monday May 4 to Wednesday May 6. Southern Africa Jewish Genealogy Special Interest Group "SA-SIG provides information of interest to those researching Jewish family history in the communities of South Africa, Lesotho (Basutoland), Botswana (Bechuanaland), Zimbabwe (Southern Rhodesia), Zambia (Northern Rhodesia), Swaziland, Moçambique and.

Jewish life in the South African country communities, Volume 3 Jewish Life in the South African Country Communities: Publisher: South African Friends of Beth Hatefutsoth, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Subjects.

His new book, ‘Cemeteries and Synagogues: The Foundation of Organised Jewry in South Africa’ was launched last week at an event hosted by the Cape Town Hebrew Congregation, the Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies (UCT) and the South African Jewish : Jewish Chronicle.The striking feature of this museum, however, is that the journey to the past also brings us to a completely different part of our world, from Africa's southern tip to a seemingly modest little country far to the north, to a country where around 90% of South Africa's Jewish population has its roots (there are today ab Jews in South.When planning a visit to a new country, the first thing you are likely to do is to buy a guidebook on the place; however, if you really want to know about the spirit of a place you need to do more background reading - here are 10 of the best books about South they don't get you in touch with the spirit of the place, not much else : David Bristow.