The Willesden and Brondesbury Synagogue in London seems to have had quite a complicated origin, a near death experience and a miraculous modern rebirth. Jews started to move into Willesden in Victorian times, but it was still countryside then, and the Willesden Jewish Cemetery opened in 1873. With the coming of the railways, Willesden became … Continue reading Willesden Synagogue Review, Chanucah 5707, London 1946.
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Sefer Zichron Moshe al Talmud Yerushalmi by Rabbi Moshe Pinsker, London, 1934.
In his later years, Rabbi Morris Pinsker was the Rav of the New Road Synagogue, which was at 115 New Road in the East End of London. It was built in 1891-92 on a large plot of vacant ground behind nos 113 to 119 New Road. It was the first purpose-built synagogue built by the … Continue reading Sefer Zichron Moshe al Talmud Yerushalmi by Rabbi Moshe Pinsker, London, 1934.