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שאלוניקי עיר ואם בישראל.
שלוניקי עיר ואם בישראל
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Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
ירושלים : המכון לחקר יהדות שאלוניקי, התאחדות עולי יוון בישראל, הקרן למפעלי תרבות ע"ש א"י אלשיך
נוספו שער ותמצית המאמרים בצרפתית.
, 358, XVIII עמודים : איורים, מפ' (חלקן מקופ'), פורטרט
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