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Jews settled in Mol in the late 18th century. The cemetery was established around 1830. At the beginning of the 20th century, about 220 Jews lived in Mol. Two older synagogues were built in 1840 and 1872 respectively. The new synagogue was built in 1892 on the corner of Maršal Tito and Bratstvo i jedinstvo Streets. 11 Jews survived the Holocaust. The synagogue was destroyed in 1960. There is no memorial plaque on the site.
Pavle Šosberger, Sinagoge u Vojvodini (Novi Sad: Prometej, 1998), 43. Evidencija preživelih Jevreja u Jugoslaviji 1946, I-II, Arhiv JONS, Novi Sad.

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