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“Radosovce” – Encyclopaedia
of Jewish communities, Slovakia
(Radošovce, Slovakia)

48°46' / 17°17'

Translation of the
“Radosovce” chapter from
Pinkas Hakehillot Slovakia

Edited by Yehoshua Robert Buchler and Ruth Shashak

Published by Yad Vashem

Published in Jerusalem, 2003



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Radošovce, Slovakia

Translated by Yocheved Klausner

A locality near Senica. In the past it had a Jewish community numbering in 1840 more than 150 souls. The Jews of Radosovce belonged to the Rabbinate in Senica. and had a synagogue, cemetery and mikve. In time the number of Jews diminished and in 1930 only 22 Jews lived there. After the war, Jews did not return to the place. The synagogue and the cemetery are deserted.


Yad Vashem Archives, M5/57; M48/635, 796,808,991, 1393, 1513; JM/11011-11017, 11019-11020, 11031.
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