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Tom Devine,Ben Braber
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Vallentine Mitchell (March 1, 2007)
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Public debate about and among Jews in Britain at the end of the nineteenth century focused on two seemingly unrelated, even . Yet it was in these two developments that the hopes and fears invested in Jews during the second.

Public debate about and among Jews in Britain at the end of the nineteenth century focused on two seemingly unrelated, even contradictory, phenomena - the influx of poor, ghetto-minded immigrants to the metropolitan centres, particularly the East End of London, and the rise of the Jewish plutocracy. half of the nineteenth century converged, giving new urgency to the longstanding question of their capacity for improvement, integration, and national feeling.

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Items related to Jews in Glasgow 1879-1939: Immigration and Integration. Ben Braber Jews in Glasgow 1879-1939: Immigration and Integration. ISBN 13: 9780853037095. The book looks at aspects of their immigration and integration into Scottish society, namely: the reaction of the native population and the Jewish responses; the education of immigrant children; the participation of Jews in the Glasgow economy; their participation in the political and the arts world; and changes in Jewish organisations, religious habits and lifestyle. A special chapter is devoted to post-1945 developments bringing the history of the Jews in Glasgow up to the present day.

Jews in Glasgow 1879-1939 : Immigration and Integration. This is the first study of the integration of Jewish immigrants, from eastern and central Europe, into Scotland and places Scottish Jewish history in context.

Jews in Glasgow 1879-1939. Immigration and Integration. Published March 2007 by Vallentine Mitchell. Immigration and Integration, London, Vallentine Mitchell, 2007. Open Windows: Jewish Refugee Artists in Scotland during the Twentieth Century, in S. Manz, P. Panayi (eds), Refugees and Cultural Transfer to Britain, London, Routledge, 2013. Devine and J. Wormald (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Modern Scottish History 1500-2010, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012. Living with the enemy: German immigrants in Nottingham during the First World War, in Midland History, volume 42, 2017.

8 Benjamin Braber, Jews in Glasgow 1879–1939: immigration and integration . 55 Braber, Jews in Glasgow, 97, 161–2 64 Tom Gallagher, Glasgow, the uneasy peace: religious tension in modern Scotland, 1819–1914 (Manchester, 1987), 37.

8 Benjamin Braber, Jews in Glasgow 1879–1939: immigration and integration (Edgware, 2007), xiv and 142. 9 Kenneth Collins was a pioneer in this field. 55 Braber, Jews in Glasgow, 97, 161–2. For a comprehensive list of Jewish organisations in Glasgow during the period, see The Mitchell Library G435 GLA, Glasgow Jewish year book 1937–1938 (Glasgow, 1938), pp 52–73. 64 Tom Gallagher, Glasgow, the uneasy peace: religious tension in modern Scotland, 1819–1914 (Manchester, 1987), 37.

The Glasgow Jews: Ben Braber, Jews in Glasgow 1879-1939: Immigration and Integration (London: Valentine Mitchell, 2007. Pp. Xix + 236. ISBN 978-0-85303-709-5). The Expository Times 119, no. 3 (December 1, 2007): 131–131. Your Last Name 13 Wray, Helena. The Aliens Act 1905 and the Immigration Dilemma.

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This is the first study of the integration of Jewish immigrants, from eastern and central Europe, into Scotland and places Scottish Jewish history in context. The book looks at aspects of their immigration and integration into Scottish society, namely: the reaction of the native population and the Jewish responses; the education of immigrant children; the participation of Jews in the Glasgow economy; their participation in the political and the arts world; and changes in Jewish organisations, religious habits and lifestyle. A special chapter is devoted to post-1945 developments bringing the history of the Jews in Glasgow up to the present day. The final chapter compares the Jewish experience in Glasgow to that of other Jews in English cities and to the experience of other immigrants in Glasgow such as the Irish, Italians, Germans, and Asians and brings out what was and is distinctive about Glasgow and Scotland.