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by Lillian Kranitz-Sanders

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Author: Lillian Kranitz-Sanders
ISBN: 082900968X
ISBN13: 978-0829009682
Language: English
Publisher: Irvington Pub (May 1, 1988)
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oceedings{Hapak1986TwelveWS, title {Twelve Who Survived: An Oral History of the Jews of Lodz, Poland, 1930-1954}, author {Joseph T. Hapak and Lillian Kranitz-Sanders}, year {1986} }. Joseph T. Hapak, Lillian Kranitz-Sanders. Twelve Who Survived: An Oral History of the Jews of Lodz, Poland, 1930-1954. New York: Irvington Publishers, 1983. in English) ISBN: 082900968X LC Call No. in English) ISBN: 082900968X LC Call N. DS135. Lodz - Names: List of the Ghetto Inhabitants, 1940-1944. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem and the Organization of Former Residents of Lodz in Israel, 1994. in English and Hebrew; other titles: Lodz - shemot: reshimat toshvei ha-geto, 1940-1944; Shemot Lodz) LC Call N.

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by Lillian Kranitz-Sanders.

an oral history of the Jews of Lodz, Poland, 1930-1954. by Lillian Kranitz-Sanders. Published 1983 by Irvington Publishers in New York. Ethnic relations, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Jews, Persecutions, Personal narratives. Lódź, Lódź (Poland), Poland.

A member of Poland's tiny surviving community of Orthodox Jews examines the catalyst that unleashed a long pentup . Lillian Kranitz-Sanders.

A member of Poland's tiny surviving community of Orthodox Jews examines the catalyst that unleashed a long pentup debate on antiSemitism. November 1986 · The History Teacher.

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Kranitz-Sanders, L. (1984). Non-Jews and women in the fight against Nazism. In Michalczyk, J. (E. Resisters, Rescuers, and Refugees: Historical and Ethical Issues. Kansas City: Sheed & Ward. Ernest Becker and Stanley Milgram: Twentieth-Century students of evil. History of Psychology, 19(1), 3-21.

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