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Jews migrated to outlying suburbs of London, as they integrated with the majority British population.Jewish bakeries were turned into curry houses, jewellery shops became sari stores, and synagogues became dress factories.The largest concentration live in east London boroughs, such as Tower Hamlets.There are also significant numbers of British Bangladeshis in Birmingham, Oldham, Rochdale, Newcastle upon Tyne, Bristol, Manchester and Luton.
Bengali children were allowed out of school early; women walked to work in groups to shield them from potential violence.
The synagogue at the corner of Fournier Street and Brick Lane became the Jamme Masjid or 'Great London Mosque', which continues to serve the Bangladeshi community to this day.
This building represents the history of successive communities of immigrants in this part of London.
It was built in 1743 as a French Protestant church; in 1819 it became a Methodist chapel, and in 1898 was designated as the Spitalfields Great Synagogue. The period also however saw a rise in the number of attacks on Bangladeshis in the area, in a reprise of the racial tensions of the 1930s, when Oswald Mosley's Blackshirts had marched against the Jewish communities.
In nearby Bethnal Green the anti-immigrant National Front became active, distributing leaflets on the streets and holding meetings.
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) are people of Bangladeshi origin who have attained citizenship in the United Kingdom, through immigration and historical naturalisation.