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Search results for "Refugees" (207 matches)

Title Abstract Repository Date Added
Bloch, Julius (1877-1956): correspondencePrivate and official correspondence of Julius Bloch, 1937-1955. ...Wiener Library2008-04-03
Board of Deputies of British Jews' Aliens Committee: Minutes and ReportsMemoranda, minutes and reports of the Board of Deputies of British Jews' Aliens Committee, 1931, including information on the background and activitie...Wiener Library2008-04-11
Bondy, Otto: Personal papersPersonal correspondence of Otto Bondy, German Jewish immigrant to Great Britain and civil engineer, and that of his wife, Ursula Meyer, 1927-1941. ...Wiener Library2008-04-11
Brand family: correspondenceThe Brand family correspondence collection (693/1-29), 1939-1947, originates from Max Brand's family in Vienna, mostly from Olga, his sister, but also...Wiener Library2008-03-18
Bright, Frank: family papersCopies of papers of Frank Bright, 1943-2000, including a photograph of the class from his Jewish school which he attended, [1942]; property declaratio...Wiener Library2008-04-11
Brody-Pauncz family papersPersonal papers of the Brody-Pauncz family,1870-1971, comprise papers of George Brody's forbears, Samu, Ilona and Sigismond, 1870-1969 (627/1); papers...Wiener Library2008-04-11
Brussels Relief Committee: microfilmMicrofilm of the papers of the Brussels Relief Committee on the fate of Belgian Jewry during World War Two, 1940-1949, comprising information regardin...Wiener Library2008-03-18
Bülbring, Edith, (1903-1990)Papers of Edith Bülbring including correspondence, laboratory notes, lectures and other papers covering life and career in England after 1933, with J ...Wellcome Library2009-03-12
Cahn family papersCahn family papers, 1940-1983 including copies of Red Cross telegrams sent by Sophie Cahn from England to her father, Emanuel Cahn in Mönchen-Gladbac...Wiener Library2008-04-14
Cahn, Sophie: Red Cross letterRed Cross letters, 1942, between Sophie Cahn in Great Britain and her family in Rheydt, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany, prior to their deportation. ...Wiener Library2008-04-14

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