Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of correspondence with Sir Alfred Zimmern, Political Intelligence Department, 1919-01 - 1919-12
Subjects include: JWHM's memorandum on post-war conscription and militarism; the League of Nations; freedom of transit; countering Bolshevism in Eastern Europe; fears for the future of Europe; the Polish Jews wishing to emigrate to Palestine.
Correspondence with Namier, Political Intelligence Department, on subjects including: Ignace Paderewski, Premier of Poland; the chances of the Poles keeping to the peace terms; the commission to investigate pogroms against Polish and Russian Jews; the Minority Treaty; East Galicia; Polish aggression against Lithuania.
Subjects include: relations with the Poles; the Ukraine; Hungary; the Jews in Poland.
List of manuscripts in the Taylor-Schechter Collection. For each item there is the title with a summary description, size, material, language, and date (when ascertainable).
Lecture by JWHM on the Minorities Treaties.
Notes and correspondence mainly relating to HL's family history 1917-18. Subjects include HL's studies at the University of Lvov and in Vienna [Austria], and his work as a Jewish activist in Poland. Also includes a copy of HL's birth certificate from 1931.
Print outs relating to HL's family background, on the history of Jewish communities in the Galicia area [Ukraine and Poland, formerly Austria-Hungary].
Includes: text and translation of a General Theses by HL on the formation of a World Union of Jewish students; copy (and fragile original) of the certificate for HL's doctorate in political science from the University of Vienna.
Rough [?] lecture notes on Jewish refugees and British Jews registering property in Germany.
Report of the Joint Foreign Committee of the Jewish Board of Deputies on Jewish questions dealt with by the League of Nations, particularly relating to the pogroms of Polish Jews, and a note submitted by the Committee and the Anglo-Jewish Association to the League on the admission of new states to membership of the League.
Letter from Neville Laski to the Foreign Office on the decree relating to property owned by Jews in Germany, 1938-05 - 1938-06
Includes a copy of the reply from [William] Ivo Mallet, Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary and a letter of thanks from Laski, President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, to James Brierly, thanking him for his help in drafting the letter.
Note from the Yad V'Shem Foundation in memory of the lost Jewries of Europe, on a plan for commemorating the Diaspora, 1945-05
Papers from HL's professional legal career, including articles, memoranda, Opinions, papers for the British legal team at the Nuremberg Trials, and papers relating to cases before the Permanent Court of International Justice, and after the war, its successor the International Court of Justice.
Records of the Cambridge University Jewish Society, and predecessor and associated bodies, 1896 - 2011
No material is extant for the Cambridge University Zionist Society.
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
Draft paper [?] reworked by HL from his 1932 paper on the same subject (LAUT 4/7), in a lecture to the Cambridge Jewish Students Society (see also LAUT 1/47).
Texts in English and Hebrew of a paper later reworked by HL (LAUT 4/8) in a lecture to the Cambridge Jewish Students Society, in 1943 (see also LAUT 1/47).