Siret State Lyceum: Pages documenting 1919-1940. Documents from the Period (part three)
This manuscript and the four related manuscripts (Numbers 45-49) deal with the history of the Siret State Lyceum. All contents come from former students. The Lyceum was primarily a Romanian school but some Jewish students also attended. In general the authors refer little or not at all to the Jewish students, but their names are included and some of them may be found in the photograph album (cataloged by the Suceava archives as manuscript Nr. 49). The recounting of the school history and the two volumes of memoirs are quite extensive, these items will be interesting for users who are confident that relatives or friends attended this school or who are interested in researching the cultural and educational program of interwar Romania as it related to nation building. The photographs may also be of some interest for those studying Jewish assimilation to Romanian culture rather than German within the Bukovina.