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The synagogue treasures of Bohemia and Moravia.

Hana VolavkovГЎ

The synagogue treasures of Bohemia and Moravia.

by Hana VolavkovГЎ

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Published by Sfinx in Prague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prague. -- Židovské museum,
  • Art, Jewish -- Bohemia,
  • Art, Jewish -- Moravia,
  • Textile fabrics -- Bohemia,
  • Textile fabrics -- Moravia,
  • Synagogues

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Translated by G. Hort and Roberta Finlayson Samsour]
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 38 p.
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23235734M

    If you are looking to purchase an excellent book in English on the Jewish communities in Bohemia and Moravia, I highly recommend Jewish sights of Bohemia and Moravia: guide book by Jirí Fiedler with an introduction by Arno Parík. (Prague: Sefer, p.: ill. ; 25 cm.). A certificate that accompanied our scroll reads “The Sefer Torah MST#, which this certificate accompanies is one of the Czech Memorial Sifre Torah which formed part of the treasures which were saved by being collected in Prague during the Nazi occupation from the desolated Jewish communities of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.

    BOHEMIA, MORAVIA, AND SILESIAindustrialization and modernizationthe development of two national communitiesnational politics in the bohemian lands Source for information on Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia: Encyclopedia of Modern Europe: Europe Encyclopedia of the Age of Industry and Empire dictionary. As far back as the 17 th century there was a Jewish presence in that small town bordering Bohemia and Moravia, today part of the Czech Republic. By , the last official count, they numbered 79 men, women and children who worshipped in a small synagogue on the river and would be buried one day in the Jewish cemetery nearby.

    The Sefer Torah number which is housed in our Levin Chapel is one of the Czech Memorial Sifre Torah which formed part of the treasures which were saved by being collected in Prague during the Nazi occupation - from the desolated Jewish communities of Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia, and which then came under the control of the. This book, by one of the world's leading authorities on the history of Czech and Slovak Jewry during the Nazi period, is the first to thoroughly document this singular relationship and to trace its impact, both practical and profound, on the fate of the .


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Synagogue treasures of Bohemia and Moravia. Prague: Sfinx, The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (German: Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren; Czech: Protektorát Čechy a Morava) was a protectorate of Nazi Germany established on 16 March following the German occupation of the Czech lands on 15 March Earlier, following the Munich Agreement of SeptemberNazi Germany had incorporated the Czech Capital: Prague.

Following the defeat of the Magyars by Emperor Otto I at the Battle of Lechfeld inOtto's ally Boleslaus I, the Přemyslid ruler of Bohemia, received Moravia. Bolesław I Chrobry of Poland annexed Moravia inand ruled it untilwhen the Přemyslid prince Bretislaus recaptured it.

Since then, Moravia has shared its history with Bohemia. Upon his father's death in. Paths of Judaism in Bohemia and Moravia The Jewish population came to Bohemia and Moravia by way of the old trade routes. The first written records of their presence in these lands come from the 10th century, although Jews certainly passed through the region as early as in Roman times.

The guide contains comprehensive encyclopedic entries, arranged in alphabetical order, dealing with the history of selected Jewish communities in Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia (including Bratislava as a center of the Jewish life in Slovakia) and brings information about the present state of their synagogues and cemeteries.5/5(1).

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With an epilogue on the post period, this richly woven historical narrative supplies information essential to an understanding of the history of the Jews in s: 1. Textiles from Bohemian and Moravian Synagogues ~~The introductory part of the catalogue comprises texts by Museum staff and other experts.

The initial essay by Ludmila Kybalová deals with the history, structure and basic working of the textile collection. Bohemia and Moravia A Brief History Map of the Protectorate By: XyrsD - From: Wikipedia The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (German - Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren, Czech - Protektorát Čechy a Morava) was an ethnic Czech state formed from the central parts of Bohemia, Moravia, and Czech Silesia, in what is today the Czech Republic.

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Background: Jews lived in Bohemia and Moravia for more than a thousand years, having developed a rich Jewish culture centred on Prague and spread across a large number of communities in towns throughout the country. According to the census, there wereJews in Bohemia and Moravia, andin all of Czechoslovakia.

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Jews --Czechoslovakia --Registers. This is a list of rulers of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, which from 15 March until 5 May comprised the German-occupied parts of includes both the representatives of the recognized Czech authorities as well as the German Reichsprotektoren ("Reich protectors") and the Minister of State, who held the real executive power.

Austrian province, formerly part of the kingdom of Bohemia, contain Jews in a total population of 2, (). The first historical notice of Jews in Moravia is found in the toll law of Raffelstetten (Jew.

Encyc. ), which mentions Jews who. At the end of Julythe Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia began issuing their own postage stamp new stamp issues are shown in the four images above (Mi.

#, Sc. #, #).The low value denominations in the first image were printed in photogravure and perforated The higher denominations were engraved and perforated 12 1/2.InOhr HaTorah Synagogue was blessed with the opportunity to adopt a rare and precious Torah scroll, one of over 1, scrolls saved from the Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic during the Holocaust.

MST#37 is an Orphan scroll: a term used for those scrolls that had lost their identity tags before they were received in London in Originally built inrebuilt in after a fire, and renovated inthe Maisel Synagogue is devoted to Jewish history in Bohemia and Moravia up to the s.

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