Présence juive entre Meuse, Moselle et Rhin à travers la carte postale (fin XIXe–début XXe siècle)

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Translated title Jewish Presence Between the Meuse, Moselle and Rhine as Seen Through the Postcard (late 19th–early 20th C)

Gérard Silvain.


Dudelange, Luxembourg, 2005. Booklet, 72 pp., illustrations: 85 col., 19.5 × 20.5 cm. French.


Centre de Documentation sur les Migrations Humaines (21 April–8 May 2005)


This history of the region’s Jews, illustrated through historical photographs on postcards. Brief text on the history and sociology of the postcard. Material divided according to 4 geographical regions (Rhénanie, Pays d’ Arlon, Moselle and Luxembourg), Jewish holidays, and positive and negative figures. Basic and descriptive entries, some of them extensive. 91 items.

main keywords


minor keywords

Antisemitic images/objectsHistorical photographsMetzShana Tova greeting cardsSoldiers (Jewish) & related objectsSynagogues, BelgiumSynagogues, France

Other venue

Musée Gaspar, Arlon, Belgium (22 October 2005–16 April 2006)

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