Anglo-Jewish Association

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The Anglo-Jewish Association (AJA) is a British organisation. It was formed in 1871 for the 'promotion of social, moral, and intellectual progress among the Jews; and the obtaining of protection for those who may suffer in consequence of being Jews'. Many Anglo-Jewish businessmen, such as Jacob Behrens, were members.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Year book of the Anglo-Jewish Association 1951, p. 86+93 (4 MB)
  2. ^ a b c ANNUAL REPORT – 1983/1984, p. 1+5. Anglo-Jewish Association

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