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The Jewish Lyceum was established at number 1 Voormalige Stadstimmertuin, as a direct result of German measures during the occupation of the Netherlands. The Germans ordered all Jewish pupils at state high schools in Amsterdam to leave; many Jewish children attended these schools. Now they were only allowed to go to a specifically Jewish school.
- also known as Joods Lyceum, Jewish High School
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by Cowley Lecturer in Post-Biblical Hebrew Fellow in Modern Hebrew Literature Oxford Center for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies Glenda Abramson, Glenda Abramson
Gymnasium but was immediately appointed a teacher at the Amsterdam Jewish Lyceum, which had been established for Jewish pupils and teachers no longer admitted to general schools, under the German occupation of the Netherlands.
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