The Jews in Nineteenth-century France: From the French Revolution to the Alliance Israélite Universelle
Stanford University Press, 1996 - 340 pages
This work on the history of French Jewry, follows the reshaping of Franco-Jewish identity from legal emancipation after the French Revolution, through to the creation in 1860 of the Alliance Israelite Universelle, the first international Jewish organization devoted to the struggle for Jewish rights throughout the world.
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