CARMEL COLLEGE IN THE KOPUL ERA: A History of Carmel College, September 1948-March 1962

CARMEL COLLEGE IN THE KOPUL ERA: A History of Carmel College, September 1948-March 1962
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    CARMEL COLLEGE IN THE KOPUL ERA: A History of Carmel College, September 1948-March 1962

    By Rabbi Dr. Chaim Simons

    Softcover, 688 pages
    Includes over 60 images, 8 pages of color photographs, and an index
    Urim Publications, 2016
    ISBN: 978-965-524-236-2


    In 1947, Rabbi Kopul Rosen, a graduate of the Mir Yeshivah and the then Principal Rabbi of the British Federation of Synagogues, began to develop his dream of establishing a residential boys school which would combine the ideals of the British Public School with the study and practice of traditional Judaism. As a result, Carmel College was born. Despite financial problems and administrative obstacles, Rabbi Rosen succeeded remarkably well with his project. This is the story of Carmel College during that time.


    About the Author:
    Chaim Simons was born in London in 1942. He was educated at Carmel College and then at King's College London, where at the age of 20 he was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Chemistry and Physics from the University of London. Three years later he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry from the same University. At a later date, he was awarded a Bachelor degree in Educational Technology, and he also possesses a Rabbinical Diploma. He is a qualified teacher and for many years was employed in various fields of education, including the setting and marking of Matriculation examinations. Rabbi Dr. Simons has written a large number of books and articles on a whole variety of Jewish subjects.
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