A history of the Jews in South Africa, From the earliest times to 1895.

£36.00

Here we have a study of the Jews in South Africa.It looks into the Jewish individuals and also into organised bodies of Jews,and the Jewish community.Set out in 18 chapters, it studies the sea rout to India,Vasco-Da-Gama,the Dutch East India Company,Jews at the Cape in the 17th and 18th century,Jewish Cape colonists,the first Synagogue,Diamonds and gold,East European settlers,and much-much more. An interesting study.

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H/b in the original boards,clean ,spine ends a little bruised,in a v/g printed d/w,slightly marked and edge-worn,with a faded spine,now in a clear plastic protective cover.Size 9×6 pp 287,inc,index,plates,mostly of portraites,with frontispiece.Front hinge cracking at frontispiece.Binding good to firm.No foxing or staining,slightly age-browned in prelims and end papers.Internally nice and clean throughout. A v/g-v/g++clean copy.

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