The British Communist Party's National Jewish ...
|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|
|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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