Where Are the Jews in Post-Holocaust Cluj (Kolozsvar)

Gabriel Mayer


The relocation of Jews after the Holocaust depended on many factors, and as time past many survivors did not return to their previous homes, or decided to relocate shortly after returning. This paper examines the Jews of Cluj (Kolozsvar) and by extension Transylvania and Romania during the months and years following the Holocaust. Romania by various estimates, depending on whether the population counts are Romanian or Hungarian, at one time had a Jewish population upward of 700, 00 yet today that number is fewer than 10,000. What happened, how and why is explored in this work.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v4i9.1801


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