My Servant Caleb: A Jewish Boy, a Gentile Girl, a World at War

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Kregel Publications, 2004 - Interfaith marriage - 478 pages
When Lady Celia, daughter of the Earl of Besthorpe, meets Caleb Levine, a young Jewish solicitor, their mutual attraction horrifies her friends and scandalizes her anti-Semitic parents. But just as she is an exile from her class, so Caleb is an exile from both his Jewish roots and his now-Christian family. How can their relationship survive?
 

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Contents

A note of thanks
9
Glossary
11
Norfolk England 26th June 1936
15
Bleckham Manor 28th June 1936
25
Bleckham Manor 30th June 1936
37
Holt on the Norfolk coast 6th July 1936
43
Norwich 9th July 1936
54
Bleckham Manor 10th July 1936
62
Cecil Court 1st February 1937
243
London April 1937
252
Campania Italy late September 1937
268
London 5th May 1938
277
London 6th May 1938
286
London June 1938
299
London first Friday in July 1938
311
London late October 1938
321

Lenkham Hall 18th July 1936
76
Cecil Court 20th July 1936
85
Bleckham Manor 25th July 1936
94
Bleckham Manor 26th July 1936
106
Bleckham Manor 4th August 1936
120
Haifa Britishruled Palestine 4th September 1936
132
Kfar Altermann 27th September 1936
147
Jerusalem 28th September 1936
156
Cecil Court 10th October 1936
161
Norfolk 8th November 1936
183
London 20th December 1936
194
Paris France 21st December 1936
202
London 14th January 1937
212
Berlin Germany 15th January 1937
217
Berlin 17th January 1937
230
London 10th November 1938
328
Epsom early March 1939
340
Epsom midApril 1939
355
London beginning of June 1939
368
Palestine September 1939
370
Tel Aviv last days of July 1945
380
Emek Prachim 29th June 1946
391
Israel May 1948
400
Emek Prachim March 1952
417
Bleckham Manor end of May 1952
428
Emek Prachim 3rd June 1952
441
Tel Aviv 6th June 1952
457
Emek Prachim 30th June 1952
470
Bleckham Manor 4th July 1952
472
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