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The first Jewish family settled in 1774 in Bajmok. At the beginning of the 20th century, 163 Jews lived in this village. The cemetery was founded in 1830, at today's address Gajeva Street bb. The synagogue was built in 1896 at today's address, 29 JNA Street. There was also a Jewish school. 29 Jews survived the Holocaust. The synagogue was destroyed in 1948. A memorial plaque was unveiled in 2004 at the place where the synagogue once stood. The inscription on the plaque does not mention the suffering of the Jews during the Holocaust.The cemetery was destroyed in 1963 for the construction of a swimming pool. There is no memorial plaque.
Pavle Šosberger, Sinagoge u Vojvodini (Novi Sad: Prometej, 1998), 27-28. Evidencija preživelih Jevreja u Jugoslaviji 1946, I-II, Arhiv JONS, Novi Sad, A bajmoki zsidók

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