Memory of the Nazi Camps in Poland, 1944–1950
«The vast number and variety of sources used in this work create a fascinating picture of a multifaceted, rich, vivid, and at times heated debate conducted in Poland in the late 1940s. A great merit of Wóycicka is to preserve this discourse from oblivion and to bring it back into the public sphere.» Barbara Engelking (Polish Center for Holocaust Research)
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Adelson Józef, 22, 73, 76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 229
Adenauer Konrad, 162
Agatstein-Dormont Agata, 225
Ajzensztajn Betti, 94, 111, 112
Aleksiun Natalia, 76, 80, 93, 96
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