'Discovery' visits the South Circular Road in Dublin which had been a Jewish neighbourhood since the late 1890s.
They settled and founded their small synagogues in the best houses they could afford in the small streets around the South Circular Road.
Settling around South Circular Road, the area became known to Dubliners as 'Little Jerusalem'.
Aaron Steinberg, originally from Czechoslovakia, has been living in the area for over forty years and describes the changes he has seen in that time.
Following World War II, many Jewish families moved away to the south Dublin suburbs.
'Discovery: Jews in Ireland' was broadcast on 8 November 1965.