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2012 | 1(241) | 53-59
Article title

Szkolnictwo żydowskie w Klecku (na Ziemi Nowogródzkiej) do roku 1914

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EN
JEWISH SCHOOLS IN KLECK (NOWOGRÓDEK DISTRICT) UNTIL 1914
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PL
Abstracts
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Before World War I the township of Kleck (Russian: Kletsk) was situated in Słuck district of the Minsk gubernia (province). In the 19th and early 20th century, the Jews accounted for the majority of Kleck’s inhabitants. Jewish schools in Kleck were attached to synagogues and private homes of the teachers (melameds). From 1878, an afternoon shift was introduced for boys of the Mosaic denomination at the Russian People’s School (narodnoye uchilishche). In 1906, a single-grade private Jewish school for boys was set up in Kleck, informally known as Kronicz’s School, Kronicz being the name of its owner.
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53-59
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  • Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
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Publication order reference
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