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Jews in Britain – a historical overview
in Leeds and its Jewish Community
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This chapter provides the national context, tracing the history of Jewry from medieval England to modern Britain. It stresses the importance of immigration, of different sorts in different period and from different countries. The emergence of the office of Chief Rabbi and of the United Hebrew congregation is an important feature of contemporary British Jewry.

Editor: Derek Fraser

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