The British Communist Party's National Jewish ...

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Section title The British Communist Party's National Jewish Committee and the fight against anti-semitism during the Second World War
Section author(s) Henry F. Srebrnik
Book title The Politics of marginality: race, the radical right, and minorities in twentieth century Britain
Book editor(s) Tony Kushner, Kenneth Lunn
Start page 82
End page 96
Date 1990
Abstract Women and fascism. Women and the British Union of Fascists, 1932-1940 / Martin Durham -- Rescued from the shadows of exile : Nellie Driver, autobiography and the British Union of Fascists / David Mayall -- 'Colonel' Barker : a case study in the contradictions of Fascism / Julie Wheelwright -- Politics and race, gender and class : refugees, Fascists and domestic service in Britain, 1933-1940 / Tony Kushner -- War and minorities. An embattled minority : the Jews in Britain during the First World War / David Cesarani -- The British Communist Party's National Jewish Committee and the fight against anti-semitism during the Second World War / Henry Srebrnik -- The impact of hostility on Germans in Britain, 1914-1918 / Stella Yarrow -- The British Empire Union in the First World War / Panikos Panayi -- Racism and revision. Hilaire Belloc and the 'Marconi Scandal' 1900-1914 : a reassessment of the interactionist model of racial hatred / Bryan Cheyette. (cont.) Beyond the pale? British reactions to Nazi anti-semitism, 1933-39 / Tony Kushner -- The British state and immigration, 1945-51 : new light on the Empire Windrush / Kenneth Lunn -- Race, the New Right and state policy in Britain / Mark Mitchell and Dave Russell.

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