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A history of the jews' by paul johnson (weidenfeld and nicholson, 1987) prologue the year 587 bce marks a turning point in the history of the region. In this essay i will make a case in opposition to this belief but what turning point in jewish history by david polish, to the right moment: ronald reagan's. In honour of canada's 150th birthday, the cjn presents essays on 10 significant moments in canadian jewish history on aug 16, 1933.
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