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BOOKS: Lithuanian, German, Yugoslavian
CATALOGS


IN LITHUANIAN


Lietuvos TSR Administracinio-Teritoriniooo Suskirstymo Zinyas. Vilnius: Minis, 1976. PHOTO COPY


IN GERMAN


Czech, Danuta. Kalendarium der Ereignisse im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau 1939-1945. Hamburg, Germany: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH, 1989.


IN YUGOSLAVIAN


Nedomacki, Vidosava. Vezene Tkanine iz Jevrejskih Zbirki u Jugoslaviji. Beograd: Jevrejski Istorijski Muzej, 1978.


CATALOGS


Kestenbaum, Daniel E. Important Hebrew Printed Books & Manuscripts from the Library of the London Beth Din Third Portion. New York: Kestenbaum & Co., 2001.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy, Ed. Archives and Manuscript Collections in the USSR: Moscow and Leningrad. Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Company AG, 1976.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy, Ed. Archives & Manuscript Collections in the USSR: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Belorussia. Series 2. Zug, Switzerland: Inter-Documentation Company AG, 1981.

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy. Research in Archives and Manuscript Repositories in the USSR: An Introductory Orientation. Prepared for the 1987 IREX Orientation Program (Revised Version). Cambridge, MA: 1987.

Luboml: A Small Jewish World. Yad Vashem, 1997.

Shalom: American-Polish-Israeli Foundation. Warszawa: Shalom Foundation, undated. (E,P)

Shulman, William L. A State of Terror: Germany 1933-1939. New York: Holocaust Resource Center and Archives, 1998.

The History of Jews in the USSR in Documents from the State Archive of the Russian Federation: Exhibition Catalogue.

Jerusalem: The Centre for Research and Documentation of East European Jewry of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem/The Jewish National and University Library/The State Archive of the Russian Federation, 1993. (E;R)