T. P. O’connor Was Friendly to Jews
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T. P. O’connor Was Friendly to Jews

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With the death of T. P. O’Connor, dean of the House of Commons, and popularly known as “Tay Pay,” British Jews are recalling the fact that he was one of the most outstanding and staunchest friends of world Jewry. “Tay Pay” made his first real money and earned his first fame with a remarkable biography of Benjamin Disraeli, which immediately won great success.

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