HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN ENGLAND (1066–1290) WikiWikiup 2016 (24.43)
THE JEWS OF YORK 1190 FACTS FOR YOM KIPPUR TISHA by Barry Levinson 2012 (14.05)
"THE MEDIEVAL JEW" - Norman Cantor, IISHJvid 2015 (1.05.32)
JEWS AND LAW IN ENGLAND 1190-1290 University of Notre Dame London Global Gateway 2015, (1.15.26)
EDICT OF EXPULSION, 1290 Audiopedia (2015 (7.51)
In 1290, King Edward I issued an edict expelling all Jews from England. The expulsion edict remained in force for the rest of the Middle Ages. The edict was not an isolated incident, but the culmination of over 200 years of increased persecution. Oliver Cromwell permitted Jews to return to England in 1657, over 360 years after their banishment by Edward I, in exchange for finance.
BENJAMIN DISRAELI: JEWISH-BORN PRIME MINISTER OF ENGLAND (JEWISH BIOGRAPHY AS HISTORY) Henry Abramson, 2014 (52.43)
Baptized at age 12 as the result of his father's dispute with a synagogue, Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) rose to prominence as a novelist and politician, serving several times as England's Prime Minister. Colorful and flamboyant, Disraeli dismissed his antisemitic critics by emphasizing, rather than downplaying, his Jewish origins.
1636: CROMWELL CONFERENCE CROMWELL 1 OF 2 Lectures from the Woolf Institute's Conference "1656, WoolfInstitute 2016 (03.01.03)
Jew's in Medieval England MrHistoryhelp (4.12)
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THE BATTLE OF CABLE STREET SUNDAY 4TH OCTOBER 1936 (9.10)
THE HISTORY OF THE SPANISH & PORTUGUESE JEWISH CONGREGATION OF LONDON Les Glassman 2015 (1.00.58)
THE HISTORY AND MUSIC OF THE SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE JEWISH CONGREGATION IN THE CITY OF LONDON Gresham College 2011 (1.02.20)
This lecture explores the history of this interaction, with a particular focus on how it has affected the community's musical-liturgical heritage, from its origins in the Portuguese Jewish community of Amsterdam and the conversos fleeing the Spanish Inquisition, through the time of Handel and Hadyn, the Romanticism of the 19th century, right through to the present day.
The lecture is illustrated by live performances of selections from the congregation's liturgical music by the choir of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation, as well as archive recordings of times gone by.
The lecture is jointly delivered by Maurice Bitton, Beadle and Curator at Bevis Marks Synagogue, and Chazan Eliot Alderman,Director of Music of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' congregation.