Ewen Montagu and Operation Mincemeat.

Michael Medved
June 23 2022 12:01AM

Combating the problem is akin to trying to stop a tsunami with a sandcastle.

Y.Y. Rubinstein
Jan. 7 2022 12:01AM

Encrusted in shells but well preserved.

Eduardo Medina and Jacob Sharvit
Oct. 20 2021 12:01AM

Bevis Marks, the oldest European synagogue in continuous use.

Tom Holland
Oct. 6 2021 12:01AM

While their union sides with the anti-Semites.

Jenni Frazer
June 3 2021 12:01AM

Eating herring in Oxford.

Cnaan Lipshiz
April 14 2021 12:01AM

Largely unknown at home, Nicholas Winton, now one-hundred-five, saved hundreds of Czech Jewish children through kindertransports just before the war. (With video.)

Stephanie Butnick
June 20 2014 12:01AM

In cooperation with police, an ultra-Orthodox “citizens’ patrol” has been fighting crime in the heavily Jewish Stamford Hill neighborhood—successfully. 

Tabby Kinder
June 10 2014 12:01AM

The decision of the new British chief rabbi to attend a non-denominational conference is a courageous act—which says much about the sorry state of British Orthodoxy.

Nathan Lopes Cardozo
Nov. 5 2013 12:00AM

A new exhibition on the relationship between Jews and soccer at London’s Jewish Museum explores the history of Anglo-Jewry’s other religion.

Toby Lichtig
Oct. 17 2013 12:00AM

The long-term demographic decline of British Jewry has ended, but only because one sub-group has burgeoned while the other continues to shrink.

July 26 2013 12:00AM

A descendant of Jews, Justin Welby will soon visit Israel as Archbishop of Canterbury, heralding, perhaps, improved relations between the Anglican Church and the Jewish state.

Miriam Shaviv
June 19 2013 12:00AM

Since the 1970s, South Africa's Jewish community has declined from 120,000 to 73,000 souls as its members increasingly migrate to Australia, Israel, America, and England.

Andrew Caplan
June 12 2013 12:00AM