The Century of Moses Montefiore

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Sonia L. Lipman, Vivian David Lipman
Oxford University Press, 1985 - Architecture - 385 pages
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For more than half a century, Moses Montefiore made extraordinary efforts on behalf of oppressed Jewish communities abroad, achieving a unique place in the hearts not only of Jews but of his British fellow citizens. In a a lively exposotion, the Lipmans examine the key events in Montefiore's life and set them in historical context, presenting much new material and including interpretations based on original research.

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The Business Man and Financier P L COTTRELL
Aide and Confidant RAPHAEL LOEWE
Montefiore and the Visual Arts HELEN ROSENAU

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