Who We Are

 

Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews was established in the early 1960s in New York as the successor to the inter-world war Society for the History of Jews in the Czechoslovak Republic (Společnost pro dějiny židů v Československé republice) founded by members of B'nai B'rith.  The Society's primary mission is to commemorate those who perished in the Holocaust and to contribute to the preservation of the unique history and culture of Czech and Slovak Jews.

The Society holds annual memorial services and is taking part in initiatives pertaining to Jewish heritage in the Czech and Slovak republics.  In 2011 we initiated a series of lectures on topics related to the history and culture of Jews in the two countries.


 

 
 
 Contact us at 

 
Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews
Ansonia Station
Post Office Box 230255
New York, NY 10023
 
 


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