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Mali Iđoš
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English description
Jews settled in Mali Iđoš at the end of the 18th century. At the beginning of the 20th century the community had 145 members. The Jewish cemetery was founded in 1924. The synagogue was built in place of the old prayer home in 1926. Only 7 Jews survived the Holocaust. The Synagogue was destroyed in 1948. There is no memorial-plaque on the site. The cemetery was destroyed in the early 2000s, and the gravestones were transferred to the Jewish cemetery in Subotica. The area of the former Jewish cemetery was turned into a park.The memorial to the victims erected at the cemetery, was left at the site.
Pavle Šosberger, Sinagoge u Vojvodini (Novi Sad: Prometej, 1998), 42. Evidencija preživelih Jevreja u Jugoslaviji 1946, I-II, Arhiv JONS, Novi Sad. Kishegyes: A zsidók deportálásának 70. évfordulójára emlékeztek.

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