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by Jacques;University of Toronto Kornberg

Author: Jacques;University of Toronto Kornberg
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Studies Program, University of Toronto; First Edition edition (1997)
Pages: 67 pages
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Jewish Studies Program, University of Toronto, (c)1997

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of Polish Jewry : a walk through history, held at the University of Toronto, Oct.

260 Toronto : bJewish Studies Program, University of Toronto, c1997. 300 67 p. ; c23 cm. 500 Proceedings of a conference entitled The legacy of Polish Jewry : a walk through history, held at the University of Toronto, Oct. 30, 1994. 504 Includes bibliographical references. 505 0 Polish Jewry before 1800 : how secure, how dependent? /

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