Kolekcja Jana Ciechanowskiego (Kol. 82)
Contains correspondence and other documents of the Polish Embassy in the USA, 1939-1945. Includes records relating to aid for refugees from USSR, relations with the USSR, arresting of the staff of the Polish Embassy in USSR, help rendered by the USA to the USSR, the conference Churchill-Roosevelt, U.S. attitude toward the war, policy of FDR towards Poland, the Ambassador’s reports to the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, evacuation of Polish children from USSR, denouncing Polish Citizens to Germans by the Vichy Government, Jewish affairs: mass extermination of Jews in the German occupied Poland, persecution of Jews and their life conditions in occupied Poland, worsening of the Polish –Soviet relations, the arrest officials of the Polish Embassy in USSR, breaking relations of the Soviet government with Poland, the United Nations conference on relief, the Soviet policy in Europe (1944), press releases regarding fights of the Polish Home Army In Warsaw (The Warsaw Uprising), August 08, 1944, relief for Poland during the Warsaw Uprising, publications relating to extermination of Jews in German occupied Poland, and other Jewish matters, etc.
2,077 digital images : JPEG ; 1.4 GB.
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- Forms part of the Claims Conference International Holocaust Documentation Archive at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This archive consists of documentation whose reproduction and/or acquisition was made possible with funding from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
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