August 4, 2012 by Lydia Syson
Here’s an article about some of the romantics, rebels and wordsmiths in my family which I wrote for the Jewish Socialist magazine’s Winter 2012 issue, followed by David Rosenberg’s review of A World Between Us. Email me with your address if you’re interested in finding out more about the magazine. You’ll be sent a complimentary copy of this issue – which also includes fascinating articles about the Battle of Bermondsey, the history of Algerian Jews’ role in the Resistance, International Brigader Lou Kenton, and much more – along with full details of how to subscribe.
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