The public and political life of Sir Saul Samuel

Journal article
In Journal Issue

Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, 15, 2 (2000)

Author(s) Lionel E. Fredman AbstractThis article deals with the history of Saul Samuel, one of the outstanding Jewish figures of the 19th century, whose public life included his initial election as the first Jewish member of parliament in New South Wales, as a minister for a significant period of his parliamentary term and later as Agent-General New South Wales in London from 1880-1897. At the same time he was involved with the emerging Jewish community and served for a brief period as the president of the Great Synagogue.
Year2000
Pages192-198
The public and political life of Sir Saul Samuel
The public and political life of Sir Saul Samuel
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