Douglas (Doolish in the Manx Language) is the capital of the Isle of Man, situated on the west side of the island.
The Douglas Borough Cemetery is the main location for Jewish graves is in the enclosed Jewish section of the main cemetery at Douglas. This Jewish section was established during World War II. Many of the first burials were Jewish internees on the island, who had been refugees from Germany, Austria etc. Harold Pollins;
has photographs of most but a few are very indistinct or otherwise difficult to read. [September 2006] For the list of graves in the Jewish section of the cemetery, compiled by Harold Pollins, see Douglas Borough Cemetery Jewish Section on the JCR-UK web site