A Strong Presence

British Sephardim made their presence felt in their new home during the eighteenth century. Synagogues and cemeteries were established, and wealthy congregants felt secure in their position alongside their non-Jewish peers. But that confidence did not extend to poorer Sephardi immigrants, and the antisemitic state had plenty of plans to undermine and discriminate against all Jews.

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