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Jewish File (Fichier de Juif) Fond F/9, files 5669-5674 from French National Archives.The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the filmed collection via the United States Holocaust Museum International Programs Division in Summer 2000.
Restrictions on use. Researchers must acknowledge in writing that the use of the microfilmed documents is governed by the principles of fair use of the Berne Convention of 1886 as amended for the protection of literary and artistic works. No document microfilmed shall be distributed on the Internet, World Wide Web or any other computer network accessible to the public without the express prior agreement of the Directorate of the French National Archives. Any commercial use of the reproduction of microfilmed documents require prior written consent of the Directorate of the French National Archives, and pay a fee for such use.
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