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New Have Your Say: Delving into Layers of History at London’s Sandys Row Synagogue

  Sandys Row Synagogue, London’s oldest still functioning Ashkenazi Synagogue, was established in the 19th century by Dutch Jews from Amsterdam in a building that was originally constructed as a Protestant chapel in 1766. In our latest Have Your Say … continue reading →

Munich’s powerful (& innovative) new memorial to the 1972 Olympics massacre

  On JHE we don’t usually post about commemorative memorials per se, but we thought we would take a little time to describe the powerful, and innovative, new memorial in Munich that was dedicated in September, marking the 45th anniversary … continue reading →

Manchester Jewish Museum receives large grant

  The Manchester Jewish Museum has received a £2.89 million National Lottery grant. It  will go towards the museum’s ambitious £5m development project that, as the museum puts it “will see our museum double in size, with new galleries, learning spaces, … continue reading →