Documents from the Ringelblum Archive, part II; Archive of the Jewish Historical Institute

  • archival documents
  • some published completely or partially
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  • German
  • Catalogue number in the field "Pages".

    Archive of the Jewish Historical Institute

    Tłomackie St. 3/5

    00-090 Warsaw

    phone: (48) (22) 827 92 21, fax: (48)(22) 827 83 72


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