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Center for Research on Dutch Jewry

(Jerusalem, Israel) Online catalogue, but no online ressources. Institute linked to the hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Center for Research on Dutch Jewry is dedicated to the history, the culture and traditions of the Dutch judaism. This includes Ashkenazi and Sefardi Jews, their slocial and cultural history, their literature, philosophy and arts, in Holland and the rest of the world.
The center holds a unique collection of archives, gathering books, periodicals, and other audio and video documents.
Institute linked to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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