British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli was converted to the Church of England by his father at the age of 12 and remained for the rest of his life a modestly devout churchgoer. But what was unusual about his final utterances when he was on his deathbed in April 1881?

Answer: He was heard to utter the Kaddish, the Hebrew prayer for the dead.

Source: Disraeli: A Personal History by Christopher Hibbert

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