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Salomon, Julius


SALOMON, JULIUS (1853–1922), Danish archivist and historian of 19th-century Danish Jewry. Appointed librarian of Copenhagen's newly established municipal library in 1897, Salomon assembled an outstanding collection of material for scholarly research. From 1907 to 1917 he was assistant secretary to the upper house of the Danish Parliament.

In 1914, to celebrate the centenary of the royal decree which granted Danish Jewry full civil liberties, he published Mindeskift i Anleding of Hundredaarsdagen for Anordningen of 29 Marts 1814. Together with J. Fischer, he wrote Bidrag til dansk-jødisk Historie 1820–1845 ("Contribution to Danish-Jewish History 1820–1845," 1918). He was a cofounder and editor of the Jewish journal Tidsskrift for Jodisk Historie og Literature, in which many of his studies of Danish-Jewish history appeared between 1917 and 1922.

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