Jewish Museum in Stockholm

Letter of Jewish refugee Rudolf Nothmann to General Consul Olof Lamm about deportations from Bulgaria (Stockholm City Archives)

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Lead researcher: Pontus Rudberg

The Jewish Museum in Stockholm collects, records and preserves Jewish cultural heritage in Sweden. Founded in 1987, the Museum re-opened in the building of Stockholm’s oldest preserved synagogue, first occupied in 1795. For Yerusha, the Museum has described the most relevant Swedish archival collections containing documents related to the Jewish presence in the country from the arrival of Jews in the 18th century until today.

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