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Dutch-Jewish Documents in the Diaspora. The Coppenhagen Collection in Oxford
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Dutch-Jewish Documents in the Diaspora. The Coppenhagen Collection in Oxford

(Reinier salverda) The Low Countries - 2007, № 15, pp. 274-275

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The Coppenhagen Collection has recently been acquired by the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. This collection was built up by three generations of the Coppenhagen family in Amsterdam, Isaac (1846-1905), Haim (1874-1942) and Jacob (1913-1997). The central theme of the collection they built up over almost one and a half centuries, and which miraculously survived the second world war, is the history and culture of Dutch Jewry and the Holocaust in the Netherlands.

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