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The Dent atlas of Jewish history

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The Dent atlas of Jewish history
Call No: 909.04924 G46d

Call Number909.04924 G46d
Dates1993; ©1993
Statement of ResponsibilityMartin Gilbert.
Creators & ContributorsGilbert, Martin (author)
Summary"Tracing the world-wide migrations of the Jews from ancient Mesopotamia to modern Israel, this atlas spans over four thousand years of history in 132 maps. It depicts not only the movements of the Jews, but also their achievements and their way of life, presenting a vivid picture of a fascinating people and the trials and tribulations which have haunted their story. The themes covered include: prejudice and violence... migrations and movements... society and status... trade and culture... politics, government and war." —Back cover
ContentsList of maps:
  1. Early Jewish Migrations about 2000 BC
  2. From Slavery to the Promised Land
  3. Entering the Promised Land
  4. The Twelve Tribes of Israel
  5. The Kingdom of David and Solomon 1000–925 BC
  6. The Destruction of Jewish Independence 722–586 BC
  7. The First Dispersions 722–586 BC
  8. The Imperial Powers 586–165 BC
  9. The Jews of the Eastern Mediterranean before and after the Arab Conquest
  10. The Jews of Iraq 600 BC–1900 AD
  11. The Jews of Persia 500 BC–1960AD
  12. The Jews of North Africa before the Arab Conquest 500 BC–750 AD
  13. The Hasmonean Jewish Kingdom 165–63 BC
  14. The Jews of India 175 BC–1795 AD
  15. Jewish Risings against Roman Rule 66–135 AD
  16. The Revolt of the Zealots 66–73 AD
  17. The Jews of the Roman Empire 100–300 AD
  18. The Preaching of St Paul 45–57 AD
  19. Jewish Converts to Christianity 45–300 AD
  20. The Jews and Islam 750 AD
  21. The Jewish Condition under Muslim Rule 750–1900
  22. Jewish Traders 800-900
  23. The Jews of China 1000-1932
  24. The Khazar Jewish Kingdom 700-1016
  25. The Khazar Jewish Kingdom 700-1016
  26. The Jews of Byzantium 640–1532
  27. The Jews of France 800–1500
  28. The Jews of Arabia 722 BC–1948 AD
  29. The Jews of Palestine 636–1880
  30. The Karaites 700–1960
  31. The Jews of Germany 500–1000
  32. The Jews of Central Europe 1000–1500
  33. The Jews of Poland, Lithuania and Russia 1000–1500
  34. Nine Prominent Jewish Thinkers 882–1939
  35. Benjamin of Tudela 1165–1173
  36. Rabbinical Councils 1000–1642
  37. Disputations between Christians and Jews 800–1700
  38. The German Crusade 1096
  39. The Crusader Kingdoms 1098–1498
  40. The Jews of Italy 1000–1600
  41. The Jews of England 1066–1290
  42. The Jews of Oxford 1090–1290
  43. Forcible Conversions 460–1858
  44. Jewish Ghettoes 1215–1870
  45. Hebrew Printing Presses 1444–1860
  46. The Jews of Spain and Portugal 1000–1497
  47. Expulsions 1000–1500
  48. The Jews in the Americas 1492–1654
  49. The Jews of Russia 1545–1837
  50. The Secret Jews of Spain and Portugal 1492–1930
  51. Jews under Turkish Rule 1500–1914
  52. The Jewish Traders of Amsterdam 1550–1750
  53. False Messiahs 400–1816
  54. Sabbatai Zevi 1626–1676
  55. Court Jews 1500–1800
  56. The Chmielnicki Massacres 1648–1656
  57. Anti-Jewish 'Blood Libels' 1144–1407 and 1407–1816
  58. Napoleon and the Jews
  59. The Emancipation of European Jewry 1789–1918
  60. The Rothschild Family 1760–1914
  61. Jewish Self-Help 1795–1939
  62. The Jews of North America 1654–1860
  63. Zionism 1860–1939
  64. European Anti-Semitism 1845–1914
  65. The Protocols of Zion 1903–1949
  66. The Legend of the Wandering Jew
  67. Jewish Cabinet Ministers and Commissars 1848–1948
  68. The Jews of Tunisia 1800–1975
  69. The Jews of Yemen and Aden
  70. Palestine under Turkish Rule 1516–1918
  71. The Jews of Eastern Europe and the Westward Expansion of Russia 1772–1815
  72. The Jewish Pale of Settlement in Russia 1835–1917
  73. Poverty and Charity among Russian Jews in 1900
  74. Jewish Communities outside the Pale by 1900
  75. Pogroms 1871–1906
  76. Politics, Zionism and Emigration 1880–1917
  77. Palestine and the Jews of Russia 1882–1914
  78. Jewish Military Activity 1794–1967
  79. The Jews of Austria-Hungary 1867–1914
  80. The Jews of Morocco
  81. The Jews of Britain 1660–1914
  82. London Jewry since 1900
  83. The Jews of the United States 1860–1960
  84. New York Jewry in 1900
  85. Jewish Settlement in Palestine 1880–1914
  86. Arab-Jewish Conflict under Turkish Rule 1882–1914
  87. Frontier Proposals for Palestine 1892–1922
  88. Britain and the Jewish National Home 1917–1923
  89. Jewish Soldiers 1914–1918
  90. European Anti-Semitism 1917–1933
  91. The Crimea 800 BC–1960
  92. Birobidjan: a Soviet Experiment 1928–1985
  93. The Jews of Libya 1942–1975
  94. The Jews of Algeria
  95. The Persecution of the Jews of Germany in the First Five Years of Nazi Rule 1933–1938
  96. A Thousand Years of Jewish Culture and Communal Life
  97. The Flight from German Persecution 1933–1941
  98. The Concentration Camps
  99. Jews under German Rule 1933–1941
  100. The Search for Safety 1933–1945
  101. Jewish Partisans and Resistance Fighters
  102. Jewish Revolts 1942–1945
  103. The Jewish Death-Toll 1939–1945
  104. The Righteous among the Nations 1939–1945
  105. The Palestine Mandate 1922–1948
  106. Jewish-owned Land in Palestine by 1942
  107. Other Zions 1652–1946
  108. The United Nations Partition Plan 29 November 1947
  109. The Arab-Israeli Conflict 1948–1985
  110. The Return of Jews to Zion 1948–1964
  111. Jerusalem: Divided City 1948–1967
  112. Anti-Jewish Trials and Executions 1961–1963
  113. The Jews of Iraq in the Twentieth Century
  114. Sample Origins of Israeli Jewry 1960
  115. Sample Origins of United States Jewry 1965
  116. The Jews of Egypt
  117. The Jews of Syria 1936–1975
  118. Israel and Africa 1956–1967
  119. Exodus from Ethiopia 1974–1984
  120. Prisoners of Zion 1968–1985
  121. The Jews of Albania 1945–1991
  122. Emigration from the Soviet Union, Ethiopia and Albania 1989–1991
  123. The Jewish World in 1991
  124. Anti-semitic incidents in Europe, 1991
  125. Worldwide immigration to Israel, 1991
  126. The Jews of the former Soviet Union, 1989–1993
  127. The Confederation of Jewish Organisations, 1992
  128. Hebrew-language classes in the former Soviet Union, 1992
  129. Hebrew-language newspapers and libraries in the former Soviet Union, 1992
  130. Anti-semitic incidents in Europe, 1992
  131. Anti-semitic incidents in the former Soviet Union, 1992
  132. The Jews of the former Yugoslavia, 1992
Physical Description 132 pages : maps ; 26 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherLondon : J M Dent
EditionFifth edition
Notes
  • Also published as: Atlas of Jewish history / Martin Gilbert. New York : William Morrow and Company, 1993
  • Includes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted by Ronnie Tessler

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