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Limerick Boycott 1904 - Anti Semitism In Ireland

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Selected documents indicate that even before 1904, concerns existed in official circles regarding alleged activities of Jewish traders - supposedly selling recycled tea and getting a lien on land and property. This prompted Dublin Castle to investigate the activities of the Jewish community in 1903. In January 1904, the Jewish community in Limerick experienced a backlash in the form of violent assaults, economic boycott and social ostracisation. Keogh and McCarthy explore why this happened, why these events in Limerick remained a localised event and the consequences for the Jewish community.

A paperback book in very good condition with some minor shelf wear.

Item details

Author(s):
Dermot Keogh and Andrew McCarthy
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1856354539
ISBN-13:
9781856354530
Number of pages:
163
Publisher:
Mercier Press
Title:
Limerick Boycott 1904 - Anti Semitism In Ireland

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Selected documents indicate that even before 1904, concerns existed in official circles regarding alleged activities of Jewish traders - supposedly selling recycled tea and getting a lien on land and property. This prompted Dublin Castle to investigate the activities of the Jewish community in 1903. In January 1904, the Jewish community in Limerick experienced a backlash in the form of violent assaults, economic boycott and social ostracisation. Keogh and McCarthy explore why this happened, why these events in Limerick remained a localised event and the consequences for the Jewish community.

A paperback book in very good condition with some minor shelf wear.

Author(s):
Dermot Keogh and Andrew McCarthy
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2001
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1856354539
ISBN-13:
9781856354530
Number of pages:
163
Publisher:
Mercier Press
Title:
Limerick Boycott 1904 - Anti Semitism In Ireland

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