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Moyse's Hall in Bury St. Edmund's, England, believed to have been a synagogue before the expulsion. By the end of the 13th century, Jews in England have become so poor that taxes they pay to the king have become negligible. When Christian bankers take over their role as money-lenders, Jews are no longer necessary to the economy. In 1290, King Edward I has all Jews banished from the country.

Postcard, England ca. 1910