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Judaic Publishing Co. was an antisemitic publishing entity controlled by Henry Hamilton Beamish, an Irish-born antisemite. In 1920 Beamish took over the publication of The Jewish Peril from Eyre & Spottiswoode, and published it under the imprint of The Britons. Subsequently this entity was effectively merged by Beamish and his associates into the Britons Publishing Company [1], which continued disseminating antisemitic propaganda [2]. The British Library has three imprints by this entity which are listed below.


  • The Jews’ Who’s Who. Israelite finance: its sinister influence
Judaic Publishing Co.: London, 1920
pp. 255
  • The Jews’ who’s who. Israelite finance: its sinister influence ... Popular edition
by Henry Hamilton Beamish
London: Judaic Publishing Co., 1921
pp. 255. 18 cm.
  • Letters from Palestine, February-April, 1922
Bessie Pullen Burry
Judaic Publishing Co.: London, [1922]
pp. 137.


  • Sharman Kadish, Bolsheviks and British Jews, The Anglo-Jewish Community, Britain and the Russian Revolution, London, 1992 [3].
  • Richard C. Thurlow, Fascism in Britain: From Oswald Mosley's Blackshirts to the National Front [4]


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