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Bloom, Solomon [Sidney] (1921–2003), restaurateur, was born on 1 January 1921 at 58 Brick Lane, Spitalfields, London, the son of Morris Bloom (d. 1951), and his wife, Becky, née Krisman. His father had arrived in London from Lithuania eleven years earlier. A latecomer who managed to enter the country despite the impact of the 1905 ...


Sir Maxwell Joseph (1910–1982) by Elliott & Fry © National Portrait Gallery, London


Joseph, Sir Maxwell [formerly Max] (1910–1982), hotelier and property dealer, was born Max Joseph on 31 May 1910, at 21 Whitechapel Road, London, the second of the three sons of Jack Joseph, a journeyman tailor and property dealer, and his wife, Sarah Orler...


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Lyons, Sir Joseph Nathaniel (1847–1917), caterer, was born on 29 December 1847 in Kennington, London, the son of Nathaniel Lyons, an itinerant vendor of watches and cheap jewellery, and his wife, Hannah Cohen. He was educated at the Borough Jewish school in the ...


Raitz, Vladimir Gavrilovich (1922–2010), holiday entrepreneur, was born on 23 May 1922 in Moscow, the son of Gavril Raitz, a medical doctor, and his wife, Cecilia, a dentist. Both parents were Russian Jews. In 1928 his parents separated and he left the Soviet Union...