With the return of Jews to England in the 17th century, the developing community’s members surprisingly saw no need for a Jewish printing house. The first printed book was published decades later and only in the wake of a controversial internal dispute…
The Sandys Row Synagogue has kept its doors open through two World Wars and remained active from its original consecration in 1870 until today.
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