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  • Metadata

    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      WerkstattGeschichte
      Pages
      115-117
      Author (review)
      • Warneck, Dorothea
      Language (review)
      Deutsch
      Language (monograph)
      Deutsch
      Author (monograph)
      • Deme, Katalin
      Title
      Jüdische Museen in Ostmitteleuropa
      Subtitle
      Kontinuitäten – Brüche – Neuanfänge: Prag, Budapest, Bratislava (1993–2012)
      Year of publication
      2016
      Place of publication
      Göttingen
      Publisher
      Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
      Series
      Veröffentlichungen des Collegium Carolinum
      Series (vol.)
      133
      Number of pages
      X, 317
      ISBN
      978-3-525-37312-5 
      Subject classification
      Archive, Library, Museum, Jewish History
      Time classification
      20th century
      Regional classification
      Europe → Eastern Europe → East-Central Europe → Czech Republic, Europe → Eastern Europe → East-Central Europe → Slovakia, Europe → Eastern Europe → East-Central Europe → Hungary
      Subject headings
      Židovské Muzeum v Praze
      Jüdisches Museum Budapest
      Múzeum Židovskej Kultúry na Slovensku <Bratislava>
      Geschichte 1993-2012
      Original source URL
      https://werkstattgeschichte.de/alle_ausgaben/arbeit-freizeit/
      recensio.net-ID
      d9b8d72a224b44728287663c2fd91e81
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.1590239691
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Katalin Deme: Jüdische Museen in Ostmitteleuropa. Kontinuitäten – Brüche – Neuanfänge: Prag, Budapest, Bratislava (1993–2012) (reviewed by Dorothea Warneck)