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From juvenile criminal to Jewish scholar: the nineteenth-century Protestant mission among Amsterdam Jews which culminated in a murder attempt on a clergyman

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Jewish Historical Studies

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      Independent scholar. Jaap Colthof, a psychologist, lives in Jerusalem and works in its ultra-Orthodox community. He is preparing a book in Dutch on Abraham Prins, one of the founders of the Pekidim and Amarcalim (Officers and Treasurers) organization, which had its centre in Amsterdam. He recently published a short article in the Dutch Jewish weekly NIW about Sandy’s Row synagogue in London’s East End.

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      Jewish Historical Studies
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      UCL Press (UK )
      2397-1290
      10 August 2017
      : 48
      : 1
      : 138-157
      10.14324/111.444.jhs.2016v48.029
      © 2017, The Author(s).

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