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In memory of the Polish Jews

Document | Digitized | Accession Number: 1988.185 | RG Number: RG-03.002.01

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    Consists of a copy of "In memory of the Polish Jews," a slide presentation produced by Epoka Slajd. The package includes 42 color and black & white slides as well as a booklet containing historical information on Polish Jewry and individual descriptions of the slides. The slides depict various aspects of Jewish life in Poland, including persecution by the Nazis, various religious sects in Poland, the Umschlagplatz and transports from the ghettos to concentration camps, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, and memorials dedicated to the memory of the Polish Jews who suffered and died during the Holocaust. The information booklet provides a description in both Polish and English. The images in the presentation were reproduced from the Central Nazi War Crimes Commission, the Jewish Historical Institute and Mechanical Documentation Center.
    creation:  1983

    Physical Details

    Polish German English
    Photographs. Slides.
    89 digital images : JPEG ; 65.4 MB.
    42 slides.
    1 booklet.
    System of Arrangement
    The collection is arranged as a single series.

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    Administrative Notes

    The slides were produced from originals in the collections of the Central Nazi War Crimes Commission, the Jewish Historical Institute and Mechanical Documentation Centre, and other sources. The slide production was released by Epoka Slajd in 1983.
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