in the garden

 

Extracts from the May 2003 Journal

The longest hatred – and the longest march (editorial)

From Gallia to Gaullism

Still revealing Nazi victims’ fates: Germany’s International Tracing Service

Flowers from evil?

Israel and Palestine: Why they fight and can they stop?
Bernard Wasserstein
Profile Books, 2003 [more...]

AJR ANNUAL REPORT 2002

60th Anniversary

The highlight event of AJR’s 60th Anniversary celebrations was the ‘Continental Britons’ exhibition at the Jewish Museum, opened by Lord Moser. It was accompanied by a film of refugee testimonies, a history of the experiences of the German-speaking Jewish refugee community in Britain specially written by Dr Anthony Grenville, and complemented with a programme of talks, visits and concerts which together attracted a record 10,000 visitors. [more...]

Dr Hannah Hedwig Striesow: Distinguished citizen (profile)

Learning from the past: Britain’s controls on 1930s Jewish immigration