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Regent's Park Mosque
Before the Second World War, there was no place of Muslim worship in central London. This selection of correspondence covers the period 1940-1945 when plans were underway to find and acquire a suitable site. The documents also contain references to the East London Mosque which was opened in 1941.
Roman Catholic churches and freedom of worship
Freedom of worship was denied to English Roman Catholics by law until the 1791 Catholic Relief Act. Many Roman Catholic churches were built in London from the 19th century onwards and these provided places of worship for the city's immigrant Irish population. The London Metropolitan Archives has a fine photographic collection of many of these churches.
Do not feel disappointed if you do not find exactly what you are looking for because these are only examples of what you could find. Feel free to have a go and search the Catalogue for yourself ... this is only the tip of the iceberg!
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