ONE of the first Hebrew teachers at the forerunner of what is now King David School has died, aged 98.
Nita Weisz, who taught at the Manchester Jews’ School, which became KD in 1959, was born in London, the daughter of former Notting Hill Synagogue minister, Rabbi Yehuda Neumann.
During the Second World War, Nazi bombing forced her and her family out of the city.
She ended up living with a non-Jewish family, but kept up her religion, eventually settling in Manchester where she married Rabbi Shlomo Weisz.
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