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Disraeli, the Jew

Benjamin N. Cardozo

Disraeli, the Jew

by Benjamin N. Cardozo

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Published by Selzer & Selzer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography,
  • Disraeli, Benjamin,,
  • Earl of Beaconsfield,,
  • Great Britain,
  • Identity,
  • Jews,
  • Prime ministers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11703258M
    ISBN 100963613804
    ISBN 109780963613806

    Disraeli () was an outsider who cultivated the art of letters as successfully as he practiced the craft of politics. Here, Weintraub (Arts and Humanities/Pennsylvania State University; Long Day's Journey into War, , etc.) meticulously traces the British PM's life and personae. Son of a minor literary antiquarian, Disraeli—partly because, as a Jew, he was excluded from most other. Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, KG, PC (21 December - 19 April ) was an English statesman and literary figure. He served in government for three decades, twice as Prime Minister - the first and thus far only person of Jewish des.

      Robert Blake () was the pre-eminent Tory historian of his day. In addition to his masterpiece, his biography of Disraeli, his books include Bonar Law: The Unknown Prime Minister, The Conservative Party from Peel to John Major and a volume in the Paladin History of England, (a series which he edited), The Decline of Power, These and Disraeli's Grand Tour are all being. In Disraeli: The Novel Politician (Yale Jewish Life series), a brilliant portrait of one of Europe’s leading nineteenth-century statesman, Professor David Cesarani debunks the myth that Benjamin Disraeli () was sympathetic to Jewish issues. The author argues that Disraeli is at fault for acts of omission and that his claims in novels and political campaigns that Jews.

      By David Cesarani Published Ap pages “Superb” —The Wall Street Journal A fresh, vivid look at Disraeli's life, achievements, and temperament that casts doubts on his much-touted commitment to Jewish rights Lauded as a “great Jew,” excoriated by Brand: Jewish Lives.   With Ian McShane, Rosemary Leach, Mary Peach, Brett Usher/10().


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Benjamin Disraeli is the tenth book in the Schocken Books/Nextbook "Jewish Encounters" series. An exceptional portrait of an intriguing figure, this book will particularly appeal to those readers interested in studying the history of Jewish thought.

Armchair Interviews says: Most interesting biography/5(12). Robert Blake () was the pre-eminent Tory historian of his day. In Disraeli to his masterpiece, his biography of Disraeli, his books include Bonar Law: The Unknown Prime Minister, The Conservative Party from Peel to John Major and a volume in the Paladin History of England, (a series which he edited), The Decline of Power, These and Disraeli's Grand Tour are all being /5(29).

Inas the final solution was under way, Hitler quoted “The British Jew, Lord Disraeli” approvingly. It is a terrible, unexpected legacy, one exposed in a crisp, persuasive book. The author of this book had an extreme interest in Jews. He studied them incessantly before died too early at In this book, he explores the possibility that Disraeli wasn't really a Jew, the Jew book at least he did not care for his heritage as much as he publicly declared.

This is the cover of the book I /5. The International Jew is a four-volume set of antisemitic booklets or pamphlets originally published and distributed in the early s by the Dearborn Publishing Company, which was owned by Henry Ford, the American industrialist and automobile manufacturer.

The books are to be distinguished from The International Jew: The World's Problem which was a headline in The Dearborn Independent, and. Disraeli also gives voice to the feeling, which every Jew has, that whoever opposes the Jew is doomed.

This is a feeling which is strongly entrenched in Christians also, that somehow the Jews are the “chosen people” and that it is dangerous to oppose them in anything. B enjamin Disraeli’s legendary rival, William Gladstone, may have been the transformative genius of Victorian liberalism, but in death the legacy of the British prime minister who Bismarck famously called “the old Jew” has proved more lasting.

Within six years of Disraeli’s passing inover half a million British men and women had enrolled in the Primrose League, an imperialist. Benjamin Disraeli, was born in London on 21st December, His father, Isaac Disraeli, was the author of several books on literature and history, including The Life and Reign of Charles I ().

After a private education Disraeli was trained as a solicitor. BOOKS. Benjamin Disraeli. By Adam Kirsch. pages. Nextbook/Schocken. $ Benjamin Disraeli was a novelist, a statesman and a professing, Author: Anthony Julius. Benjamin Disraeli, in full Benjamin Disraeli, earl of Beaconsfield, Viscount Hughenden of Hughenden, byname Dizzy, (born DecemLondon, England—died ApLondon), British statesman and novelist who was twice prime minister (, –80) and who provided the Conservative Party with a twofold policy of Tory democracy and imperialism.

The portrait depicts Disraeli as a young man with full, sensual lips, intelligent black eyes, and thick, dark hair. A detail from the portrait, which illustrates the cover of the new biography, Benjamin Disraeli, by Adam Kirsch, contrasts sharply with a photograph of Disraeli that is also included in the book/5(5).

Looking for books by Benjamin Disraeli. See all books authored by Benjamin Disraeli, including Benjamin Disraeli, Collection Novels, and Benjamin Disraeli Letters:Volume II, and more on Disraeli on stage or screen needs to read this book to understand what motivated this great statesman.

From the outset of this well written book, Kirsch makes it clear that while Disraeli was technically a Christian, he was always thought of as a Jew by his contemporaries and was probably the most notable one in the British Empire. In the second novel of Disraeli’s trilogy, Coningsby, the main character is a mysterious Jew of Spanish origin, Sidonia: “ a blend of Disraeli and Rothschild, or, to be more precise, just what Disraeli would have liked to be, or what he would have liked Rothschild to.

From the prizewinning Jewish Lives series, a fresh, vivid look at Disraeli's life, achievements, and temperament that casts doubts on his much-touted commitment to Jewish rights Lauded as a “great Jew,” excoriated by antisemites, and one of Britain’s most renowned prime ministers, Benjamin Disraeli has been widely celebrated for his role.

A Jew. So Disraeli was baptized. So what. When a member of Parliament attacked him by calling him a Jew, Disraeli replied: "Yes, sir, I am a Jew, and when the right honorable gentlemen's ancestors were savages on an unknown Island, mine were priests in the Temple of Solomon.".

From the prizewinning Jewish Lives series, a fresh, vivid look at Disraeli's life, achievements, and temperament that casts doubts on his much-touted commitment to Jewish rights Lauded as a "great Jew," excoriated by antisemites, and one of Britain's most renowned prime ministers, Benjamin Disraeli.

In Disraeli’s version, Alroy faces a choice between his own glory and that of the Jewish nation — and chooses the latter. But by the time the book was published inDisraeli had chosen. After a perceived anti-Semitic taunt by Radical MP Daniel O’Connell in the House of Commons inDisraeli famously wrote in an open letter to The Times, “Yes, I Author: Michael Taube.

Disraeli was also a published author and some of his well-known books include ‘Henrietta Temple’, ‘The New Generation’, and ‘Two Nations’ among others. Disraeli was not only a great political thinker but also an intellectual of rare gift and here are some of his most.

Disraeli was indeed one of the great practitioners of what might be called Jew-jitsu; he used the anti-Semitism of his opponents against them by devising a.

An outsider, a nationalist, a European, a Romantic and a Tory - Disraeli's story is an extraordinary one. Born inthe grandson of an immigrant Italian Jew, he became leader of the Conservative Party and was twice Prime Edition: Main.Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: Edgar Feuchtwanger's lively study does justice to Disraeli's controversial life and ambiguous political legacy, providing a portrait of one of the great personalities of the age as well as Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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