Acknowledgements. Preface. Introduction: The Myth of Absence; Becoming English; Staying Jewish. THE FIRST AGE - To Be an Englishman. The Outsiders: When Abraham Made the Sacrifice. Louis Bookman: The Lithuanian-Jewish-Irishman. A Somebody in a Small Place. The Disappeared: When Goldberg Became Gaunt. Leslie Goldberg: The Insentient Viking. The Backlash. The Europeans: When Big Moses Attacked Little England. Willy Meisl: The British Foreigner. The European Englishman. When the Swastika Flew above White Hart Lane. The Limbs of Jacob. THE GOLDEN AGE - We Were and We Weren't. The Fans: When Morry Changed His Religion. Morris Keston: The Superfan. From the Swastika to the Star of David. From the Rebbe to the Revie. The Showmen: When Harry Took Orient to the Ball. Harry Zussman: The Fairy Godfather. From the East End to the West End. The Lord-Cussins Spat. The Fighters: When Marky Tried to Lap Wembley. Mark Lazarus: The Tough Jew. From Wingate to Maccabi. From Under-the-counter to Over-the-top. The Thinkers: When Pleaty Got the Platz. David Pleat: The Invisible Jew. From Cohen to Lorimer: Is He or Isn't He? THE NEW AGE - Being English. The Israelis: When a Cohen Flew to the Moon. Avi Cohen: The Great New Hope. From Avi to Avram. The Revolutionaries: When Dein Bought Some Worthless Shares. David Dein: The Mad Optimist. From Silver to Gold. The Money Men: When Roman Captured the Holy Grail. Roman Abramovich: The Accidental Pioneer. From the Maven to the Mystic. The Insiders: When Bernstein Came of Age. David Bernstein: The New Englishman. The New Jews. Conclusion: The Forgotten. Select Bibliography. Glossary. Picture Credits. Index.