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Class of the Mosaik Boys School in Copenhagen.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 90052

Class of the Mosaik Boys School in Copenhagen.

In the center is the principal, Harry Pihler. Among the students pictured are front row: Harry Rubin (far left); second row: James Feder (far left), Katznelson (second from left), Skolnik (third from right), Milan Goldberger (far right); third row: Marcus Jakubson (left).

The Mosaik School for Boys and the Caroline School for Girls were established in the beginning of the nineteenth century for the purpose of acculturating the children of Russian Jewish immigrants into Danish culture. Though most of the teachers were not Jewish, the school also taught Jewish history and religion.

Copenhagen, Denmark
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Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Leo Goldberger
Record last modified: 2003-09-24 00:00:00
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