Abraham Potzdamer, 25, and his wife Hannah, 20, were two of the estimated 60,000 Jews living in east London in 1888. It was rumoured they had arrived from Russia in September (although their surname hinted at a connection with Germany) and that she had formerly worked at a “house of…

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