This day in Jewish history / House of Converts opens in London
In an attempt to deal with the problem of Jews in England, in 1232 King Henry III offered all those who converted to Catholicism a communal home and a tiny wage.
On January 16, 1232, the Domus Conversorum (House of the Converts) opened in London.
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