‮מורשת ורגלאנד. היהודים בנורבגיה: חיים ותרבות ‭1945–1851‬‬‎ Wergeland’s Legacy. Jewish Life in Norway, 1851–1945

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Britt Ormaaasen, Oskar Kvasnes.


Tel Aviv, Israel, 2009. Leaflet, 6 pp., illustrations: 3 col., 6 b&w, 23 × 16.2 cm. Hebrew and English.


Beit Hatfutsot—The Museum of the Jewish People (9 May–9 August 2009)


Traveling photographic exhibition on Norwegian Jewry, named in honor of poet, historian and philosopher Henrik Wergeland, a tireless advocate for the Jews’ right to live in Norway. Introductory text. Exhibits gathered through the Norwegian Folk Museum’s project “Norwegian-Jewish Documentation”, which collects information (via photographs from private albums and interviews) about Jewish life and history in Norway up to 1945. No itemized listing.

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Historical photographsTobacco/Snuff boxes

Other venues

Norwegian Folk Museum, Oslo, Norway (Opening: 24 September 2001); Scandinavia House, New York City, USA (15 January–22 March 2003)

Catalog from other venue

#1760 (New York City)

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