Jüdischer Alltag in Deutschland, 1933-1945 / Günther B. Ginzel.
Günther Bernd Ginzel 1946-Book
Long dark Nazi years : forty years after the collapse of the Third Reich, 1945-1985 : a record of documents and photographs of Adolf Hitler's final solution / edited and published by Tuviah Friedman.
New York : Documentation Center
typ. Express Printing Co
Photocopy of the edition published in Haifa, with slightly altered layout of photographs, under the title: The long dark night.
1 v.(various pagings) : ill., facsims., map, ports
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