Moses Hart (1675–1756)
Moses Hart (Hebrew: משה הרט; 1675, Breslau – 1756, London) was an English businessman, founder of Duke's Place Synagogue (the Great Synagogue of London). He was the brother of Rabbi Aaron Hart, chief rabbi of the Ashkenazic Jews of England. He was considered the leader of Ashkenazi Jewry in London.
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