The contribution of Jewish people to British public life be it as a philanthropist, soldier, lawyer, politicians, suffragist or SOE agents who risked their lives during the Second World War:
Rose Heilbron - Britain's first female judge
Sir Hersch Lauterpacht - a lawyer who developed the concept of crimes against humanity
Krystyna Skarbeck - SOE agent honoured with OBE, George Medal and Croix de Guerre
Lenora Cohen - suffragette and bodyguard to Emmeline Pankhurst
Lionel de Rothschild - first practising Jew MP
Authored essays by Daniel Finkelstein, Professor William D Rubinstein, Clare Mulley and Roz Currie.