The Jewish Community in Denmark received many applications from returned Jews who had problems that there was no immediate help to solve: tracing of relatives, stateless persons who needed help, money troubles, help with emigration and many other issues. The Community set up an office - the Office for Jewish Post-War Aid, and Julius Margolinsky was the sole man on the job.
Margolinsky made a difference, to the stateless in particular, and for many assumed the role of an uncle.
Photographed in January, 1971. (Photo: The Royal Library).
Talks, guided tours, films and music - keep up with the museums acitivity program ...
The museum shop´s sortiment of books, booklets, music and design offers you more ways to explore Danish Jewish culture.
- an exhibition about Jews in Denmark
The exhibition is a broad story of Jewish life in Denmark and focuses on co-exixstence and indentity through 400 years. Read more...
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