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Great Synagogue of Czestochowa II

On December 25, 1939, the Great Synagogue of Czestochowa was set on fire. It was known as the German Synagogue because its members were German Jews and it preserved their customs. The synagogue was noted for its large and beautiful choral group.

Photo Credit: Yad Vashem Archives, courtesy USHMM

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