Publications & Sources

 

 

Ceresnjes, Ivan. Caught in the Winds of War: Jews in the Former Yugoslavia, Institute of the World Jewish Congress, Israel, 1999

Ceresnjes, Ivan. The Destruction of the Memory of Jewish Presence in Eastern Europe; a Case Study: Former Yugoslavia. Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. No. 75, 1 December 2008.

Dorfman, Rivka and Ben-Zion. Synagogues Without Jews. Jewish Publication society, 2001

Efron, Zusja and Dusko Keckemet. Zidovsko Groblje u Splitu 1573-1973. Split: Jewish
Community of Split, 1973

Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe, New York: National Geographic, 2007

Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Upon the Doorposts of Thy House: Jewish Life in East-Central Europe, Yesterday and Today, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1994 (Material about the architect Lipot Baumhorn)

“Jewish Sites in Croatia,” in Voice, No. 3, Autumn 2000. Zagreb

Jews in Yugoslavia (exhibition catalogue), Zagreb: Muzejski Prostor 1989

Karac, Zlako. Synagogue Architecture in Croatia in the Age of Historicism (Exhibition Catalogue). Zagreb: Museum of Arts and Crafts, 2000. (Text also published in Voice, No. 3, Autumn 2000)

Keckemet, D., and Efrom, Z. Zidovsko Grobeje u Splitu. Split, 1973. 27-page monograph about the Split Jewish cemetery, in English and Croatia, with map and illustrations.

Klein, Rudolf. Synagogues in Hungary, 1782-1918. Budapest: Terc, 2011

ha-Kol (Voice) Magazine of Croatian Jewish Community. Some back issues are online.

Kovac, Vlasta (ed). Jewish Heritage in Zagreb and  Croatia. Zagreb: 1993. 16-page illustrated brochure published by the Zagreb Tourist Association in cooperation with the Jewish community.

Krinsky, Carol Herselle. Synagogues of Europe. Boston: The Architectural History Foundation and the MIT Press, 1985

Mihailovic, Milica. ‘The Jewish Historical Museum, Belgrade’. European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe, 2003, 36.2, 62-73.

Mihailovic, Milica. Judaica in Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Decje Novine, 1990

Jewish Heritage Sites in Croatia:  Preliminary ReportWashington DC: U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, 2005

Probably the most complete listing of Jewish heritage sites in Croatia, compiled in large part by Ivan Ceresnjes of the Center for Jewish Art in Jerusalem; downloadable as a PDF file.

Stulli, Bernard. Zidovi u Dubrovniku. Zagreb, 1989

Vekaric, Zivko. The Place of Jews in the History of the City of Split. Split, 2000)