Second Volume of Ringelblum’s Ghetto Diaries Published in Warsaw
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Second Volume of Ringelblum’s Ghetto Diaries Published in Warsaw

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A second volume of the Warsaw Ghetto diaries of Dr. Emanuel Ringelblum, the late Polish-Jewish historian who had perished in the ghetto, was published in Warsaw today. The Jewish Historical Institute, of Warsaw, issued the volume.

Comprising 383 pages and published in very attractive form, the latest Ringelblum contribution is devoted to the years 1942-43, as was the first volume of his diaries, issued earlier. The entries include notes and biographical data about Jewish writers who lived in the ghetto, as well as the author’s day-to-day impressions. Included also, is a monograph entitled “Relations Between Poles and Jews in the Second World War.”

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