Jewish Life and Culture in Norway: Wergeland’s Legacy

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Exhibition catalog: this unique book presents a story of Jewish life in Norway as it flourished in the period from 1851 until the Second World War. Published by Beit Hatfutsot in 2003, hardcover, 112 pages, English. Edited by Ann Sass

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The book tells the story of Jewish immigration to Norway from 1851, following the struggle of the Norwegian national poet Henrik Wergeland for the abolition of the Jewish clause in the constitution – until 1945. It depicts the lives of people who fled terror and persecution looking for the land where they "could sleep peacefully at night".
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