1 edition of Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of Grodno 1941-1944 found in the catalog.
Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of Grodno 1941-1944
|Statement||edited by Serge Klarsfeld.|
|Contributions||Klarsfeld, Serge, 1935-, Beate Klarsfeld Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||DS135.R93 G733 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-5 > :|
|LC Control Number||88117197|
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Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of Grodno New York, N.Y. ( Madison Ave, New York ): Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, [?- (OCoLC) Documents Concerning The Destruction Of The Jews Of Grodno Volume I.
A: Accounts by Jews B: Accounts Recorded In Poland And The Soviet Union. [Serge Klarsfeld] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Documents Concerning The Destruction Of The Jews Of Grodno Volume I. A: Accounts by Jews B: Accounts Recorded In Poland And The Soviet cturer: The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation.
DOCUMENTS CONCERNING THE DESTRUCTION OF THE JEWS OF GRODNO, / edited by Serge Klarsfeld. Place Published or Holding Institution: New York, N.Y.: Beate Klarsfeld Foundation. Documents Concerning the Destruction of the Jews of Grodno New York: Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, (DS B H76 ) Six-volume collection of reprinted original documents concerning the destruction of the Jewish community in Grodno, Poland (now Hrodna, Belarus).
Documents Concerning The Destruction Of The Jews Of Grodno Volume IV. Grodno In The Byalistok Trial () Jan 1, Statement by Franz Osterode on 14 Octoberreproduced in: Serge Klarsfeld, Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of Grodno, Vol.
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The vast majority of eyewitness accounts published in Documents Concerning the Destruction of the Jews of Grodno – omit mention of the liquidation of the Jewish intelligentsia of the town, which may indicate that the measures taken there were less public.
Nonetheless, USC Shoah Foundation testimonies provide valuable insight into the Cited by: 2. Klarsfeld, Serge: Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of GrodnoSubject: Includes Bialystok Ghetto. (LC and USHMM) Klebanow, David: Oral History, USHMM, Klementinowski, David: Life and Annihilation of the Bialystok Ghetto, Subject: Holocaust in Bialystok Ghetto (LC and USHMM).
Documents concerning the destruction of the Jews of Grodno / edited by Serge Klarsfeld Publication | Library Call Number: DSB H76 v. Published. Serge Klarsfeld (ed.), Documents Concerning the Destruction of the Jews of Grodno, Vol. 2, “Accounts by German witnesses or perpetrators of the final.
Documents Concerning the Destruction of the Jews of Grodno New York, N.Y. ( Madison Ave, New York ): Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, DSR93 G / Gusyatin (Husiatyn) Backer, Abraham.
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