HaYeshiva HaKedoshah Ponevezh
Contains a composite photograph of the entire staff, administration, and student body of the "HaYeshiva HaKedoshah Ponevezh" (Ponevezh Yeshiva) in Lithuania, circa 1930. Most of the student body perished in the Holocaust.
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Crown Family.
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Also in World War II ephemera collection
The collection consists of a broadside of regulations restricting Jewish activity in Budapest, and an Arthur Szyk drawing, Gloire A La Folie Des Braves, relating to the outbreak of World War II in Europe, and Ponevezh Yeshiva group photograph.
Broadside issued by the Office of the Mayor of Budapest, Hungary. It details the regulations concerning aspects of Jewish life, such as when Jews are permitted to visit the cinema. It announces that they are forbidden to visit any other theater, cabaret, cinema, circus, music hall, or bar. Failure to comply with the regulations is punishable with imprisonment.
Pencil and ink drawing by Arthur Szyk created when he was living in exile in London in 1939.