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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Šetkus, Benediktas
Title: Žydų tautinės autonomijos reikšmė plėtojant žydų švietimą tarpukario Lietuvoje
Other Title: The role of the Jewish national autonomy in the development of Jewish education in interwar Lithuania
Is part of: Istorija, 1998, t. 38, p. 46-50
Date: 1998
Abstract: The article describes, that the activities of Jewish schools in czarist Lithuania were limited. Certain restraints were applied by German authorities in the years of World War I. The Jews, feeling good will of Lithuanians, began to establish national autonomy. It's organs were Ministry of Jewish Affairs, Jewish national Board, and Jewish community. They paid much attention for education. The competence of these organs was defined by law. But the activities of Government Institution and the organs of Jewish national autonomy duplicated. The disagreement arose. The relations became strained and gradually in 1925 the Jewish national autonomy was abolished. The Jewish interdisagreement had also a great influence on this. Though the national autonomy collapsed, the wide network of schools, created during that period, remained.
Appears in Collections:Istorija 1998, t. 38

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