THE GREAT SYNAGOGUE AFTER 250 YEARS, DUKES PLACE, LONDON, 1941
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Reverend Hermann Mayerowitsch stands under the decorated arch of the Ark of the Great Synagogue which still stands proudly amidst rubble and debris, following a devastating air raid which occurred on the evening of Saturday 10 May 1941. All that is left of the rest of the synagogue is a roofless shell.
Reverend Hermann Mayerowitsch stands in the runis of the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, London. The building was extensively damaged during an air raid on 10 May 1941.