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Zagłada ludności żydowskiej Kielc : 1939-1945

Author: Krzysztof Urbański
Publisher: Kielce : Kieleckie Tow. Nauk., 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : PolishView all editions and formats
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Describes the Jewish population of Kielce in the interwar period (ca. 21,000). Deals with the fate of the Jews after the Nazi invasion, the founding of the ghetto in March 1941, and living conditions there. Gives details about the fate of many individual Jews. The description of the liquidation of the ghetto, which began in August 1942, is based on archival material and eyewitness testimonies of Jews and Poles. Most  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Urbański, Krzysztof, 1940-
Zagłada ludności żydowskiej Kielc.
Kielce : Kieleckie Tow. Nauk., 1994
(OCoLC)607901594
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Krzysztof Urbański
ISBN: 8386006102 9788386006106
OCLC Number: 32730282
Language Note: Summary in English and German; table of contents also in English and German.
Description: 196 pages, 1 folded leaf : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Krzysztof Urbański.

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Describes the Jewish population of Kielce in the interwar period (ca. 21,000). Deals with the fate of the Jews after the Nazi invasion, the founding of the ghetto in March 1941, and living conditions there. Gives details about the fate of many individual Jews. The description of the liquidation of the ghetto, which began in August 1942, is based on archival material and eyewitness testimonies of Jews and Poles. Most of the Jews from the Kielce ghetto were deported to Treblinka, with ca. 1,500 remaining behind for work in local labor camps. Some 200 of Kielce's Jews survived the war. Includes 16 pp. of photographs.

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