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Zygielbojm bibliographic and research materials

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    Consists of photocopies, translations, speeches, and articles about the life, death, and memory of Shmuel "Artur" Zygielbojm, a member of the Polish government-in-exile in London, who committed suicide in 1943 in hopes of bringing the world's attention to the plight of the Jews of Poland. Dr. Aliza Kolker of George Mason University compiled this research, originally intended as a bibliography of work done on Zygielbojm.

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    Research papers.
    3 boxes
    1 oversize folder

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    Dr. Aliza Kolker, a sociology professor at George Mason University, complied bibliographic resources of the life and death of Shmuel "Artur" Zygielbojm. When Dr. Kolker passed away in Nov. 2003, her husband, Dr. Kenneth Heitner, donated her work to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives. The collection arrived in Jan. 2004.
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