A History of the Jews in South Africa

R 135

Product Code: 978-1-920091-73-6

The highly interesting "A History of the Jews in South Africa, from the earliest times to 1895"  contains expositions of Jewish influence in a wide range of areas, including their impact on the voyages of the early explorers, the 1820 settlers and the diamond and goldfields of South Africa. The influences of the immigrants from eastern Europe is also described.

 

The book comprises of the following chapters:
- The sea route to India
- With Vasco Da Gama
- The 'New Christians'
- The Dutch East India Company
- Jews at the Cape in the 17th and 18th centuries
- Jewish Cape colonists from St Helena 1806-1831
- Notabilities in early 19th century Jewry
- 1820 Settlers and others
- The Society of the Jewish Community of Cape Town
- The Jewish community and the Neptune Affair, 1849
- The first synagogue (Bouquet street)
- South African Jewry about 1860
- The Old Synagogue, 1863
- Diamonds and Gold, c1870-1890
- Progress in the Cape Colony
- East European Settlers
- The Rev AF Ornstein's ministry
- South African Jewry in 1895

 

Appendix 1 contains a literature reference list, Appendix 2 a copy of the grant of land made by Tchaka to Nathaniel Isaacs and Appendix 3 a list of the names inscribed on the South African Jewish War Memorial.

 

A very detailed index is also included and can be viewed here.

 

A number of photographs/illustrations are included as well - the full list can be viewed here.

 

288 pages, English


Die hoogs-interessante "A History of the Jews in South Africa, from the earliest times to 1895" bevat 'n uiteensetting van die impak wat Jode in die aanvangsjare van SA gehad het het. 'n Reeks velde word gedek, insluitende die impak op die vroegste ontdekkingsreise, die 1820 setlaars asook die invloed in en op die ontwikkeling van die diamant- en goudvelde. Die impak van die immigrante vanuit die Oos-Europese areas word ook gedek.

Die boek bestaan uit die volgende hoofstukke:
- 'The sea route to India'
- 'With Vasco Da Gama'
- 'The New Christians'
- 'The Dutch East India Company'
- 'Jews at the Cape in the 17th and 18th centuries'
- 'Jewish Cape colonists from St Helena 1806-1831'
- 'Notabilities in early 19th century Jewry'
- '1820 Settlers and others'
- 'The Society of the Jewish Community of Cape Town'
- 'The Jewish community and the Neptune Affair, 1849'
- 'The first synagogue (Bouquet street)'
- 'South African Jewry about 1860'
- 'The Old Synagogue, 1863'
- 'Diamonds and Gold, c1870-1890'
- 'Progress in the Cape Colony'
- 'East European Settlers'
- 'The Rev AF Ornstein's ministry'
- 'South African Jewry in 1895'

Bylae 1 bevat 'n literatuurlys, Bylae 2 'n kopie van die landoordrag deur Chaka aan Nathaniel Isaacs en Bylae 3 'n lys van die name wat op die Joodse Oorlogsherdeninkingsnaald verskyn

'n Aantal fotos/illustrasies word ook ingesluit - 'n volledige lys is hier te siene.

'n Baie gedetaileerde indeks rond die boek af, en kan hier besigtig word.

288 bladsye, Engels