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Chaim Frankel's villa in Šiauliai. Testimonies of Lithuanian Jewish History

The book touches on the history of Šiauliai industry, which represents Šiauliai as an important city of Lithuanian Jewish cultural heritage, reveals the peculiarities of jewish lifestyle. The history of the Frankel family has become an integral part of the identity and location of Siauliai city genius loci part of the This book is the result of the collective work of scientists and museums.

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Chaim Frankel (1857–1920) and his son Jacob (1883–1967) created a modern leather industry in Šiauliai and developed it to a global level, giving impetus to the city of Šiauliai to become a major center of industrial, cultural and social life during the interwar period. Through the history of one residential house-villa, the book reveals the life of a famous Jewish family, shows its influence on Siauliai and their difficult fate. The book touches on the history of Šiauliai industry, which represents Šiauliai as an important city of Lithuanian Jewish cultural heritage, reveals the peculiarities of jewish lifestyle. The history of the Frankel family has become an integral part of the identity and location of Siauliai city genius loci part of the

This book is the result of the collective work of scientists and museums.

Compiler and Scientific Editor

dr. Lina Preišegalavičienė

Editorial Board

Raimundas Balza, Odeta Stripinienė, Virginija Šiukščienė

Reviewers

dr. Lara Lempertienė (Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, Judaic Research Centre), prof. habil. dr. Vytautas Levandauskas (Vytautas magnus University. Faculty of Arts)

Text writers

Raimundas Balza, Vilma Karinauskienė, Lina Preišegalavičienė, Odeta Stripinienė, Virginija Šiukščienė, Vilija Ulinskytė-Balzienė.

Publisher

Šiaulių „Aušros" muziejus

Year

2021

Language

Lithuanian

Pages

222 p.

Cover

Cool, Visible fragments of the interior décor of Chaim Frankel's villa

Dimensions (length x width x thickness)

21.5 x 27.5 cm x 2.5 cm

Isbn

978-9986-766-71-1

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