- Contains correspondence relating to the treatment of Jewish businessmen in Russia, in general, and of Leon Lewisohn, in particular. Leon Lewisohn, a German-born businessman and naturalized British citizen, was ejected from Imperial Russia and denied the ability to conduct business because he was Jewish. The British Foreign Office interceded with Imperial Russia on his behalf.
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
- System of Arrangement
- Arrangement is chronological. Selected records of British Public Record Office fond FO 65
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- Conditions on Access
- This material can only be accessed in a Museum reading room or other on-campus viewing stations. No other access restrictions apply to this material.
- Conditions on Use
- Applications for permission to use copies for publication (including web-site publication), exhibition or broadcast or any other purpose must be addressed to TNA Image Library, the National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Copyright Holder
- National Archives (Great Britain)
Keywords & Subjects
- Topical Term
- Jews, British--Russia--History--19th century. Jews--Great Britain--History--19th century. Jews--Persecutions--Russia--19th century.
- Geographic Name
- Great Britain--Foreign relations--Russia. Russia--Economic policy--1861-1917. Russia--Foreign relations--Great Britain. Russia--Social conditions--1801-1917.
- Personal Name
- Lewisohn, Leon.
- Corporate Name
- Great Britain. Foreign Office
- Holder of Originals
National Archives (Great Britain)
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- Source of acquisition is the Public Record Office (National Archives of Great Britain). The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the filmed collection via the International Program Division in July 2001.
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