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RG-18.01.01, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minorities Affairs)

RG-18.01.04, Polish  Yearly Statistics, Poland, 1930s

RG-18.01.05, Polish interwar general Censuses,  1921 and 1931

RG-18.01.06, Droga (The Way). A monthoy publication of post-May 1926 Pilsudskiite camp of Sanation (Sanacja) or Moral Cleansing of the Nation

RG-18.01.07, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 1921 -- 1939, weekly, in 1921 -- 1925 a publicaiton of the National Democrats, in 1925 -- 1939, a general periodical under the edition of Z. Wasilewski

RG-18.01.08, Kurjer Lwowski (Lviv Herald), a Polish language daily published in Lviv (Lwow). A liberal oriented periodical since its was founded in 1887 untile it has become under the auspices of Polish Nationa Democracy in 1930.

RG-18.01.09, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word)

RG-18.01.10, Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News)

RG-18.01.12, Polish Statistics

RG-18.01.13, Mucha (A  Fly). An illustrative satirical magazine published in Warsaw in 1868 -- 1939  and again in 1946 -- 1952

RG-18.01.14, Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (Illustrative Daily Herald), Polish daily newspaper of socio-political character

RG-18.01.20, Gazeta Lwowska (The Lwow Gazette), an official publication of Lwow (Lviv) city authorities in 1918 -- 1939, Polish language

RG-18.01.21, ABC, daily newspaper for everyone about everything. Newspaper of nationalistic trend in the ideology of National Democracy

RG-18.01.22, Nowsci Ilustrowane (Illustrative News)

RG-18.01.23, Nowa Reforma (the New Reform)

RG-18.01.24, Sygnaly, a literary journal in Polish, 1918 -- 1939



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Predominant Dates:1918 -- 1939

ID: RG-18.01/RG-18.01

Primary Creator: Polish periodicals, editorial boards and contributors (1918 --1939)

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Subjects: Periodicals, Jewish, Periodicals, Polish, periodicals, Ukrainian, Poland (1918--1939), Polish literary periodicals, 1918 -- 1939, Polish political and literary publications, 1926 -- 1935, Ukrainian cultural and religious periodicals, 1918 --1941, Ukrainian literary periodicals, 1918 --1941, Ukrainian military and nationalistic periodicals, 1918 --1941

Forms of Material: Polish Census of 1921, Polish Census of 1931

Abstract

This Record Group comprises periodicals in Polish language published by a wide spectrum of Polish political milieu. It  includes publications of the radical right (National Democrats), the Pilsudsiite publication of the Sanacja (Sanation of Moral Cleansing) course, especially after May 1926. The collection of its own right contains Polish Statistics that is the materials of Polish Censuses and yearly statistics. The Collection of Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (The Illustrative Daily Herald) may serve as a pattern of less politically engaged publication and more as a neutral news magazine.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This Record Group contains the following collections of periodicals, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affair), Gazeta Polska (the Polish Gazette), Warszawski Dziennik Narodowy (Warsaw National Daily), Yearly Statistics of Poland (1930s), Polish General Censuses, Droga (the Way, monthly), Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), Slowo Polskie (the Polish Word), Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News), Miscellaneous publications, 1918 -- 1939; Polisth Statistics; Mucha (A Fly, weekly); Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (Illustrative Daily Herald); List of periodicals published in Poland in 1922.

Collection Historical Note

RG-18.01, POLISH INTERWAR PERIODICALS, 1918 – 1939, Finding Aids

This record group comprises collections of Polish periodical publications of various political courses. Polish periodicals of National Democrats reflect the nationalist and chauvinistic outlook; while the editions published by left-wing parties propagated a moderate course in domestic politics and with regard to the national and ethnic minorities. Valuable socio-economic and political sources constitute series of Polish Statistics, namely Yearly statistical publications and Polish Censuses of 1921 and 1931.

RG-18.01.01, Sprawy Narodowsciowe (The National Minorities Affairs), printed quarterly. Finding Aids

A collection of Polish academic journal, established in 1926 by the Institute on National Minorities. It represented the new, Pilsudskiite course of the Polish governments in relation to the multiple national minorities of Poland in interwar period.  The Journal reflected on socio-political life of all the national minorities in Poland with the special emphasis on the most numerous and politically active ethnic and national minorities, namely the Ukrainians and Jewish.  The social and political developments of a fewer in number and less politically active national minorities, namely Belarusians, Lithuanians, Czechs and Russians are also reflected in this series. 

These materials are of special interest to students of nationalism, as well as of ethnic and national relations in interwar Eastern Europe.  The Journal published analytical articles and statistical materials of high professional level. This material, if projected on the modern scholarship, is not outdated.

Repository has excerpts from the publications from 1931 to 1938.

All of the following periodicals are consolidated in the PDF files comprising the record group entitled: Sprawy Narodowosciowe, 1931-1939.

RG-18.01.01.01, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1931-1932

            This item contains publications of Sprawy Narodowosciowe from

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          October- December, 1931, 5th year of publication, No. 6

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          January-February- March, 1932, 6th year of publication, No. 1

RG-18.01.01.02, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1933-1934

            This item contains publications of Sprawy Narodowosciowe from

            -  January - March, 1933, 7th year of publication, No. 1

            -  July - August, 1933, 7th year of publication, No. 4

            -  January - March, 1934, 8th year of publication, No. 1

            -  April – May - June, 1934, 8th year of publication, No. 2-3

RG-18.01.01.03, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1936-1937

            This item contains publications of Sprawy Narodowosciowe from 

            -  1936, 10th year of publication, No. 1-2

            -  1936, 10th year of publication, No. 3 [only title page]

            -  1936, 10th year of publication, No. 4-5

            -  1936, 10th year of publication, No. 6

            -  1937, 11th year of publication, No. 1-2

RG-18.01.01.04, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1937

            This item contains publications of Sprawy Narodowosciowe from 

            -  1937, 11th year of publication, No. 3 [title page nearly illegible]

            -  1937, 11th year of publication, No. 4-5

            -  1937, 11th year of publication, No. 6

RG-18.01.01.05, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1938-1939

            This item contains publications of Sprawy Narodowosciowe from 

            -  1938, 12th year of publication, No. 6

            -  1939, 13th year of publication, No. 1-2

RG-18.01.01.06, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), 1931-1939, Consolidated

            This is a consolidated item, comprising all of the above issues of Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minority Affairs), published in 1931 – 1939

RG-18.01.02, Gazeta Polska (the Polish Gazette)

            One issue of Gazeta Polska (the Polish Gazette) from August 28, 1939. No. 239, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.03, Warszawski Dziennik Narodowy (Warsaw National Daily)

            Can’t access file.

RG-18.01.04, Maly Rocznik Statystyczny (Yearly Statistics), Poland, 1930s. Concise editions

            This item contains publications of Yearly Statistics from

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          1931, 2nd year of publication

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          1935, 6th year of publication

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          1936, 7th year of publication

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          1937, 8th year of publication

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          1939, 10th year of publication

<p style="margin-left:.75in;"> -          

RG-18.01.05, Polish interwar general Censuses, 1921 and 1931

RG-18.01.06, Droga (The Way)

A liberal monthly publication in interwar Poland. It was regarded as pro-Sanacija (Moral Cleansing) regime publication. Its authors largely supported political course of Pilsudkiites in domestic and foreign affairs. The contributors of the Droga (The Way) conveyed the message of Moral Nation. It was close to Pilsudski’s own conception of making Poles a Moral Nation. 

RG-18.01.06.01, Droga (The Way), No.1, 1929

RG-18.01.06.02, Droga (The Way), No.1, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.03, Droga (The Way), No.1, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.04, Droga (The Way), No.2, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.05, Droga (The Way), No.2, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.06, Droga (The Way), No.2, 1933, 12th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.07, Droga (The Way), No.3, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.08, Droga (The Way), No.3, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.09, Droga (The Way), No.4, 1929

RG-18.01.06.10, Droga (The Way), No.4, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.11, Droga (The Way), No.4, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.12, Droga (The Way), No.4, 1933, 12th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.13, Droga (The Way), No.5, 1929

RG-18.01.06.14, Droga (The Way), No.5, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.15, Droga (The Way), No.5, 1933, 12th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.16, Droga (The Way), No.6, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.17, Droga (The Way), No.7-8, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.18, Droga (The Way), No.7-8, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.19, Droga (The Way), No.9, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.20, Droga (The Way), No.9, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.21, Droga (The Way), No.10, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.22, Droga (The Way), No.12, 1928

RG-18.01.06.23, Droga (The Way), No.12, 1932, 11th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.24, Droga (The Way), No.10, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.25, Droga (The Way), No.11, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.06.26, Droga (The Way), No.12, 1931, 10th year of publication

RG-18.01.07, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought)

Right-wing weekly publication of Polish National Democrats. This publication propagated the dominance of only Poles over the others ethnic and national groups in interwar Poland. Political course of this publication characterizes by hostile anti-Jewish, anti-Ukrainian and overall, anti-liberal stand.

RG-18.01.07.01, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 22 December 1923, No.51

RG-18.01.07.02, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 1 September 1923, No.35

RG-18.01.07.03, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 3 November 1923, No.44

RG-18.01.07.04, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 4 August (?) 1923, No.31

RG-18.01.07.05, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 7 July 1923, No.27

RG-18.01.07.06, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 8 December 1923, No.49

RG-18.01.07.07, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 10 February 1923, No.6

RG-18.01.07.08, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 10 November 1923, No.45

RG-18.01.07.09, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 15 September 1923, No.37

RG-18.01.07.10, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 16 September 1923, No.37

RG-18.01.07.11, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 18 November 1922, No.46

RG-18.01.07.12, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 23 February 1922, No.8

RG-18.01.07.13, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 24 February 1923, No.8

RG-18.01.07.14, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 25 August 1923, No.34

RG-18.01.07.15, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 27 October 1923, No. 43

RG-18.01.07.16, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 28 October 1922, No. 43

RG-18.01.07.17, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 29 April 1922, No.17

RG-18.01.07.18, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 29 September 1923, No.39

RG-18.01.08, Kurjer Lwowski (Lviv Herald)

Kurjer Lwowski (Lviv Herald) was politically a left-wing publication, often expressing the common with the Polish Socialist views on domestic and foreign issues.

RG-18.01.08.01, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 26 November 1922, No. 268

RG-18.01.08.02, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 1 January 1922, No.1

RG-18.01.08.03, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 1 November 1922, No.246

RG-18.01.08.04, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 2 November 1922, No.247

RG-18.01.08.05, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 3 November 1922, No.248

RG-18.01.08.06, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 4 November 1922, No.249

RG-18.01.08.07, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 5 November 1922, No.250

RG-18.01.08.08, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 6 November 1922, No.251

RG-18.01.08.09, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 8 November 1922, No. 252

RG-18.01.08.10, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 9 November 1922, No.253

RG-18.01.08.11, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 9 November 1922, No.254

RG-18.01.08.12, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 10 November 1922, No.255

RG-18.01.08.13, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 12 November 1922, No. 256

RG-18.01.08.14, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 15 November 1922, No.258

RG-18.01.08.15, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 17 November 1922, No.260

RG-18.01.08.16, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 18 September 1921, No.220

RG-18.01.08.17, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 19 November 1922, No.262

RG-18.01.08.18, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 23 September 1921, No.224

RG-18.01.08.19, Kurjer Lwowski (the Lviv Herald), 25 September 1921, No.226

RG-18.01.09, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word)

Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word) was a right-wing publication of Polish National Democrats. After Pilsudski and his followers gained power in Poland (May 1926), the Government purchased the control amount of the shares, thus making it a liberal and pro-governmental publication.

RG-18.01.09.01, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 2 November 1922, No. 248

RG-18.01.09.02, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 9 September 1922, No.204

RG-18.01.09.03, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 11 September 1922, No.206

RG-18.01.09.04, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 14 September 1922, No.208

RG-18.01.09.05, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 16 September 1922, No.210

RG-18.01.09.06, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 18 September 1922, No.212

RG-18.01.09.07, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 20 October 1922, No.240

RG-18.01.09.08, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 21 September 1922, No.214

RG-18.01.09.09, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 24 October 1922, No.244

RG-18.01.09.10, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 26 October 1922, No.246

RG-18.01.10, Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News)

Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News) explored a wide range of cultural, social, and political issues both on a domestic and international scale. The literary journal was one of the most prestigious educational institutions of interwar Poland. To some it was considered a Jewish periodical.

RG-18.01.10.01, Wiadomosci Literackie, 1924, Fabruary 3, No. 5

RG-18.01.10.02, Wiadomosci Literackie, 1924, January 6, No. 1

RG-18.01.10.03, Wiadomosci Literackie, 1924, January 13, No. 2

RG-18.01.10.04, Wiadomosci Literackie, 1924, January 20, No. 3

RG-18.01.10.05, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 6, 10 February 1924

RG-18.01.10.06, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 7, 17 February, 1924

RG-18.01.10.07, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 10, March 9, 1924

RG-18.01.10.08, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 11, March 16, 1924

RG-18.01.10.09, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 12, March 23, 1924

RG-18.01.10.10, Wiadomosci Literackie, 2 March, No. 9, 1924

RG-18.01.10.11, Wiadomosci Literackie, 24 February, No. 8, 1924

RG-18.01.10.12, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 13, 30 March 1924

RG-18.01.10.13, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 14, 6 April, 1924

RG-18.01.10.14, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 15, 13 April 1924

RG-18.01.10.15, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 16, 20 April, 1924

RG-18.01.10.16, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 18, 4 May 1924

RG-18.01.10.17, Wiadomosci Literackie, No. 19, 11 May 1924

RG-18.01.11, Miscellaneous publications, 1918 – 1939, Poland

Idea Polski (Polish Idea) was written by Wladyslaw Grabski, national-democrat, about his conception on the political structure of Poland.

Gazeta Lwowska (Lviv Gazette) was a local daily for the Lwow region.

Glos Narodu (Nation's Voice) was a daily newspaper published in Cracow (Poland) since 1893. The newspaper held clerical and anti-Semitic views.

The Mysl Niepodlegla (Independent Thought) was a monthly periodical established to defame religion and its ministers in Warsaw. Eventually the periodical became anti-Semitic.

RG-18.01.11.01, Idea Polski, published in Warsaw, 1935

RG-18.01.11.02, Gazeta Lwowska, 1932, No. 122, 1 January 1932

RG-18.01.11.03, Glos Narodu, 7 February 1919.No. 28

RG-18.01.11.04, Glos Narodu, 11 February 1919.No. 30

RG-18.01.11.05, Glos Narodu, 25 January 1919.No.16

RG-18.01.11.06, Mysl Niepodlegla, 4 January 1919, No. 437

RG-18.01.11.07, Mysl Niepodlegla, 5 April 1919, No. 441

RG-18.01.12, Polish Statistics (Censuses and Gazetteers)

RG-18.01.12.01, Second General Polish Census, taken on December 9, 1931, (Drugi Powszechny Spis, 1931), all Poland, all provinces

RG-18.01.12.02, Second General Polish Census, taken on December 9, 1931, province Lwow (Lviv) with towns, (Drugi Powszechny Spis, 193)1, province Lwow (Lviv) with towns

RG-18.01.12.03, Second General Polish Census, taken on December 9, 1931, province Stanislawow (Stanislaviv, Stanislav, Ivano-Frankivsk) with towns, (Drugi Powszechny Spis, 1931), province Stanislawow with towns

RG-18.01.12.04, Second General Polish Census, taken on December 9, 1931, province of Tarnopol (Ternopil), (Drugi Powszechny Spis, 1931), province Tarnopol with the town of Tarnopol

RG-18.01.12.05, Second Polish Census, Demographic, Denominational, Ethnic and Economic statistics, short version, 1938. This statistical data is based on the processed materials of the Second Polish Census of December 1931.

RG-18.01.12.06, Skorowidz (Gazetteer) of the Wolyn (Volhynia) province, 1938. This statistical data is based on the processed materials of the Second Polish Census of December 1931.

RG-18.01.13, A Fly (Mucha), a satirical magazine, Polish

RG-18.01.13.01, A Fly (Mucha), January 6, 1922, No. 1

RG-18.01.13.02, A Fly (Mucha), January 13, 1922, No. 2

RG-18.01.14, A Fly (Mucha), January 20, 1922, No. 3

RG-18.01.14, Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (Illustrative Daily Herald)

RG-18.01.15, List of Periodicals published in Poland, 1922

Biographical Note

Polish periodicals published in 1918 --1939 by Polish political organizations, literary circles and independent editorial boards, 1918 --1939

Subject/Index Terms

Periodicals, Jewish
Periodicals, Polish
periodicals, Ukrainian
Poland (1918--1939)
Polish literary periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Polish political and literary publications, 1926 -- 1935
Ukrainian cultural and religious periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian literary periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian military and nationalistic periodicals, 1918 --1941


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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-18.01.01, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minorities Affairs), 1931 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-18.01.04, Polish  Yearly Statistics, Poland, 1930s, 1930 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-18.01.05, Polish interwar general Censuses,  1921 and 1931, 1921, 1931],
[Sub-Collection 4: RG-18.01.06, Droga (The Way). A monthoy publication of post-May 1926 Pilsudskiite camp of Sanation (Sanacja) or Moral Cleansing of the Nation, 1928 --1932],
[Sub-Collection 5: RG-18.01.07, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 1921 -- 1939, weekly, in 1921 -- 1925 a publicaiton of the National Democrats, in 1925 -- 1939, a general periodical under the edition of Z. Wasilewski, 1921 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 6: RG-18.01.08, Kurjer Lwowski (Lviv Herald), a Polish language daily published in Lviv (Lwow). A liberal oriented periodical since its was founded in 1887 untile it has become under the auspices of Polish Nationa Democracy in 1930., 1887 -- 1935],
[Sub-Collection 9: RG-18.01.09, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 8: RG-18.01.10, Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News), 1924],
[Sub-Collection 12: RG-18.01.12, Polish Statistics, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 10: RG-18.01.13, Mucha (A  Fly). An illustrative satirical magazine published in Warsaw in 1868 -- 1939  and again in 1946 -- 1952, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 11: RG-18.01.14, Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (Illustrative Daily Herald), Polish daily newspaper of socio-political character, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 13: RG-18.01.20, Gazeta Lwowska (The Lwow Gazette), an official publication of Lwow (Lviv) city authorities in 1918 -- 1939, Polish language, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 14: RG-18.01.21, ABC, daily newspaper for everyone about everything. Newspaper of nationalistic trend in the ideology of National Democracy, 1926 -- 1931],
[Sub-Collection 15: RG-18.01.22, Nowsci Ilustrowane (Illustrative News), 1904 -- 1925],
[Sub-Collection 16: RG-18.01.23, Nowa Reforma (the New Reform)],
[Sub-Collection 17: RG-18.01.24, Sygnaly, a literary journal in Polish, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 --1939],
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Sub-Collection 1: RG-18.01.01, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minorities Affairs), 1931 -- 1939Add to your cart.

A collection of Polish academic research and writings on the issues of national minorities in interwar Poland. Attention is given to all the national minorities in Poland with regard to political affairs, social developments, cultural life, and interethnic interplay. Priority is given to the most sizable in terms of population and influential in political life national minorities, namely Ukrainian, German, and Jewish. The lesser significant national minorities, notably Bielarusan, Lithuanian, Czech, and Russians, are also reflected in this periodical publication.

These materials are of special interest to students of ethnic and national relations of interwar Eastern Europe, as well as on its projection on the modern day.

Archive has publications from 1927 to 1939

Subject/Index Terms:
ethno-national relations in interwar Poland
Jewish national minority in interwar Poland
National minorities, Ukrainian
Jewish politics in interwar Poland
Lviv (Ukraine)
Polish Parliamentary Elections, 1919 -- 1939
Poland (1918--1939)
Political affairs in interwar Poland, 1918 --1939
Political and social affairs in interwar Poland
Ukrainian - Polish ethno - national and political relations, 1939 -- 1945
Ukrainian National-Democratic Alliance
Ukrainian nationalism
Warsaw (Poland)
Sanation (Moral Cleansing of the Polish Nation)
Jewish parliamentary circle in the First Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 --1921
Jewish parliamentary representation aspires to the recognition of national rights, 1919 -1921
Jewish parliamentary representation in the Sejm (Polish Parliament), 1918 -- 1939
Zionist principles of Jewish parliamentary representation from Eastern Galicia, 1918 -- 1923
Jewish national problems in Polish parliamentary perspective, Second Sejm, 1928 -- 1930
Jewish-National aspiration with parliamentary elections, campaign of 1928
Formation of Jewish parliamentary circle in the Polish Sejm (parliament), 1919
Ukrainian Parliamentary Representation, Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 --1921
Ukrainian parliamentary representation in the Second Sejm and Senate, 1928 -- 1930, Poland
National minorities, Jewish
Jewish Question with regard to Polish statehood
Polish statehood cause as a political conception
The Cause of Polish statehood, 1918 --1939
The question of national minorities with regard to Polish statehood
Ukrainian unacceptance of Polish statehood, 1918-- 1923
Ukrainian parliamentary representation in Polish Sejm and Senate, interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum, 1918 --1939
Ukrainian political spectrum in Eastern Galicia, 1941 -- 1945
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN)
Ukrainian national aspirations
Ukrainian national aspirations in Eastern Galicia, 1918 --1923
periodicals, Ukrainian
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Dilo (the Deed), Ukrainian daily, 1880 --1939
National, linquistic, religious criteria of the Second General Census of Polish population, 1931
Question of national minorities reflected in the Second General Census of Polish population, 1931
Mother tongue as a criterion in national self-determination
Religious denomination as official category for national identification, interwar Poland
Mother tongue versus religious denomination in determination of national identity, interwar Poland
Leopold Halpern, Polish-Jewish political scientist, author, interwar Poland
Polish Constituent Assembly (Sejm), 1919 -- 1921
Polish Constituent Assembly, debates, 1919 -- 1921
Spectrum of Jewish political movements in Poland, 1918 -- 1939
Jewish political spectrum in interwar Eastern Galicia
Jewish political parties represented at the Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921, Poland
Dr. Ozjasz Thon, Cracow, Zionist politician, sociologist, Rabbi, Member of Polish Sejm, 1870 -- 1936
Ukrainian boycott in Eastern Galicia of parliamentary elections in 1922, interwar Poland
Dmytro Levytsky (Lewytski), Ukrainian politician, chairman of the UNDO, Poland, interwar period
Jewish parliamentary representation to the Second Sejm and Senate, 1928 -- 1930, Poland
Bloc of National Minorities in Polish parliament, 1928 -- 1939
Leon Reich, Polish-Jewish politician, Chairman of East Galician Zionist Organization, Member of Sejm
Jewish parliamentary representation to the Third Polish Sejm and Senate, 1930 -- 1935
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowsciowe
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs) (1931 -- 1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
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This volume comprises theoretical and analytical articles  in relation to Ukrainian parliamentary representation in Polish Sejm and Senate of the Second Polish Republic, to official languages of countries with national minorities, as well as contemporeneous chronicls of ethno-national and political relations in interwar Poland
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
ethno-national relations in interwar Poland
Ukrainian Parliamentary Representation, Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 --1921
Ukrainian parliamentary representation in the Second Sejm and Senate, 1928 -- 1930, Poland
Ukrainian parliamentary representation in the Sejm (Polish Parliament), 1928 -- 1939
Ukrainian parliamentary representations in Polish Sejm and Senate, interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Poland (1918--1939)
Ukrainian boycott in Eastern Galicia of parliamentary elections in 1922, interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum in Eastern Galicia, 1941 -- 1945
Bloc of National Minorities in Polish parliament, 1928 -- 1939
Consolidation of Ukrainian national-oriented political organization with creation of UNDO, July 1925
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Hromadskyi Holos (Community Voice), Ukrainian social democratic publication, interwar Poland
Ukrainian electoral lists to the Second Polish Sejm, 1927
Ukrainian Peasant Union, List No. 6, elctions of 1928, Poland
Peasant-Worker Right, List No. 8, elections of 1928, Poland
Bloc of National Minorities included UNDO and the Peasant Association, election of 1928, Poland
Peasant-Worker Left, List No. 19, elections of 1928, Poland
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party and the group Vpered (Forward), List No. 22, elections of 1928
Ukrainian Labor Party, List No. 26, Elections of 1928, Poland
Political afiliation of Ukrainian parliamentarian in the Second Sejm and Senate, 1928 - 1930, Poland
Ukrainian national aspirations in Eastern Galicia, 1918 --1923
Ukrainian parliamentary circle on the premise of the Block National Minorities, 1928, Poland
Creators:
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
M. Felinski, political scientist, author, interwar Poland (1918  -1939)
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This volume comprises analytical article in relation to national, religious and cultural identification of Polish citizens with regard to the criteria attributed to the determination of these categories in the Second General Census of Polish population in December 1931. The volume also includes reports and informative articles about the contemporeneous processes in the political, national and cultural life of the national minorities in Poland.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
Political and Civil rights of national minorities in interwar Poland
Question of national minorities reflected in the Second General Census of Polish population, 1931
Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931
National self-identification with regard to the defining categories of the Second General Census
National self-identification according to religious denomination, Second General Census, 1931
National self-identification according to mother tongue, Second General Census, 1931
Jewish national self-identification
Jewish religious self-identification
Ukrainian national self-identification
Ukrainian religious self-identification
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Rajmund Bulawski, official of the Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931 (1930s)
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This volume contains an analytical article in relation to the Jewish politics in the Sejm and Senate of the Second Polish Republic by the Jewish parliamentary representation in 1919 -- 1933
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
Political and Civil rights of national minorities in interwar Poland
Jewish parliamentary representation in the Sejm (Polish Parliament), 1918 -- 1939
Jewish National Aspiration at the Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921
Commission of the Jewish Question in Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921
Jewish cultural-personal autonomy, debated in the Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919-1921
Jewish political representation to the Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919
Polish Constituent Assembly (Sejm), 1919 -- 1921
Spectrum of Jewish political movements in Poland, 1918 -- 1939
Jozef Pilsudski, Polish stateman, Chief of State, the leader of the Second Polish Republic
Jewish People's Party (Judische Folkspartei), interwar Poland
Declarations and Statements of Jewish political parties at the Constituent Assembly, Poland, 1919
Jewish aspirations to normalcy in relations with Poles and Ukrainians in Eastern Galicia 1918 --1939
Jewish national aspirations, interwar Poland
Jewish Social-Democratic party (BUND) in Eastern Galicia, 1918 --1939
Poalei Zion (Poalej Syjon), Jewish socialist-zionist party, interwar Poland
Temporary Jewish National Council, electoral zionist association for the Constituent Assembly, 1919
Jewish parliamentatrians elected to the Polish Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921
Noach Prylucki, Member of Constituent Assembly, Folkist, Jewish national-democrat in 1922 -1927
Noach Prylucki, Polish-Jewish politician, folkist, member of Polish Sejm, 1919 --1921; 1922 - 1927
Jewish associated parliamentary circle in the Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921, Poland
Jewish Orthodox political representation in the Constituent Assembly, 1919 -- 1921, Poland
Abraham Perlmuter, Rabbi, Member of the Polish Constituent Assembly, Political Orthodoxy, pro-Polish
Dr. Ozjasz Thon, Cracow, Zionist politician, sociologist, Rabbi, Member of Polish Sejm, 1870 -- 1936
National People Alliance (ZLN), Poland
National-People Alliance (Zwiazek Ludowo-Narodowy), national-democratic far right party, interwar
First Polish Sejm and Senate, 1922 -- 1927
Political spectrum of the First Polish Sejm and Senate, 1922 -- 1927
Composition of the Jewish parliamentary representation at the Polish First Sejm, 1919 --1921
Jewish parliamentary representation of Eastern Galicia, 1922 -- 1939
Bloc of National Minorities in Polish parliament, 1928 -- 1939
Composition of the Bloc of National Minorities in the First Polish Sejm, 1922 -- 1927
Electoral success of the Jewish national-oriented parties in the First Polish Sejm, 1922 -- 1927
Negotiations between the Jewish zionist parliamentary representation and Polish government, 1925
Ugoda (the Agreement), Jewish -- Polish Agreement, July 1925
Stanislaw Grabski, politician, instigated the Ugoda between the Jewish circle and Polish state
Wladyslaw Grabski, minister of finance, author of the Polish monetary reform, interwar period
Debates between Eastern Galician and Congress Poland Zionists with regard to Ugoda, 1925, Poland
Dmytro Levytsky (Lewytski), Ukrainian politician, chairman of the UNDO, Poland, interwar period
Ukrainian parliamentarians of the Bloc of National Minorities, 1928 -- 1930
Jewish parliamentarians of the Bloc of National Minorities, 1928 -- 1930
Belorussian parliamentarians of the Bloc of National Minorities, 1928 - 1930
German representation of the Bloc of National Minorities, 1928 -- 1930
Elections to the Second Polish Sejm and Senate, 1928 -- 1930
Political postulates of the Bloc of National Minorities in the electoral campaign, 1927, 1928
Political postulates of the National-Jewish party of Eastern Galicia, 1927, 1928
Leon Reich, Polish-Jewish politician, Chairman of East Galician Zionist Organization, Member of Sejm
Agudath Yisrael, a Jewish orthodox political party of pro-government position
Pro-Polish government position of Agudath Yisrael, 1918 --1939
Composition of Jewish political parties in the electoral campaign to the Second Polish Sejm, Senate
Electoral List No. 4, Bund to the Second Polish Sejm and Senate, 1928
List No. 5, Jewish Worker Committee (Bund) to the Second Sejm and Senate, 1928
List No. 17, National Jewish Union in Little Poland (Eastern Galiciia) to Sejm and Senate, 1928
List No. 18, the Bloc of National Minorities to Sejm and Senate, 1928
List No. 33, All-Jewish National Bloc to Sejm and Senate, 1928
Number of Jewish parliamentary mandated won by Jewish political party to the Second Sejm, 1928
Composition of Jewish political representations in the Second Sejm, 1928 -- 1930, Poland
Political statements of the Jewish parliamentarians at the openning of the Second Polish Sejm, 1928
Leon Reich, political narratives, parliamentary speeches and statement, interwar Poland
Controversies in Jewish parliamentary representations of the Second Polish Sejm and Senate
Jewish parliamentary representation to the Third Polish Sejm and Senate, 1930 -- 1935
Composition of the Jewish parliamentary representation in the Third Polish Sejm, 1930 -- 1930
List No. 5, the Jewish bloc of Socialist Left (Bund, Poalei Zion Right, Independent Socialist), 1930
List No. 5, Poalei Zion Left, to the Third Polish Sejm, 1930
List No. 14, National-Jewish Bloc in Little Poland (Eastern Galicia) to the Thrid Polish Sejm, 1930
List No. 18, All-Jewish national-economic bloc (Aguda, Union of Jewish businessmen and craftsmen)
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Leopold Halpern, Polish-Jeiwsh political scientist, author, interwar period (interwar period)
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This volume includes an analytical article on the modern Ukrainian literature and its connection with rise of Ukrainian national-self identification.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Bohdan Lepky (Lepki), Ukrainian poet, writer, scholar, public figure and patriot, 1872 -- 1941
Ukrainian modern literature
Ukrainian national self-identification
Ukrainian national self-identification by the means of literature and history
Ukrainian literary and cultural organization in Eastern Galicia
Ukrainian national revival between 1848 and 1900
Modern Ukrainian History
The role of Lviv (Lwow) and Eastern Galicia in Ukrainian national revival
Eastern Galicia as a Ukrainian Piedmont
Ukrainian lands in Austrian Empire and in Russian Empire, political and cultural differences
Volodymyr Antonovych, Ukrainian historian, scholar, a leader of Ukrainian national awakening
Mykhailo Hrushevskyi, Ukrainian academician, politician, historian and statesman
Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), scholarly organization, a prototype of Ukrainian Academy
The role of literature and history in integration of the Russian and Austrian parts of Ukraine
Ivan Franko, Ukrainian poet, writer, scholar, politician, Eastern Galicia
Olha Kobylianska, Ukrainian modernist writer and feminist
Vasyl Stefanyk, Ukrainian writer, political figure, member of Austrian parliament
Marko Cheremshyna, Ukrainian writer, public figure, jurist
Osyp Makovey, Ukrainian poet, public figure
Eastern Galicia (European region)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
Narratives in Ukrainian language
Narratives in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Bohdan Lepky (Lepki), Ukrainian, poet, scholar and public figure (1872 -- 1941)
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This volume comprises articles related to the History of Jews in Poland in the late 18 century, as well reports on political, social and cultural affairs of the national minorities in the Second Polish Republic.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Dr. Emil Ringelblum, Polish-Jewish historian, creator of the underground Warsaw ghetto archive
History of Jews in Poland
History of Jews in Poland in the 18th century
History of Poland in early modern time
Social and economic status of Jews in the second half of the 18th century
Pauperization of Jews in the second half of the 18th century in Poland
Social and economic stratification of Jewish population in the late 18th century, Poland
Narratives in Polish language
National minorities, Ukrainian
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
UNDO (Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance) perception to the OUN, interwar Poland
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN)
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalist (OUN), interwar Poland
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists in Poland, the terrorist methods of politics
Politics of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists in interwar Poland
Dmytro Levytsky (Lewytski), Ukrainian politician, chairman of the UNDO, Poland, interwar period
Ukrainian parliamentary representations in Polish Sejm and Senate, interwar Poland
Ukrainian parliamentary representation in the Third Sejm and Senate, 1930 - 1935, Poland
Ukrainian political parties in Poland with regard to the OUN politics, 1930s
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party (USRP), interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Ukrainian cultural and social organizations in interwar Poland
Ridan Shkola, Ukrainian educational organization, inerwar Poland
Ukrainian economic and financial organizations in interwar Poland
Ukrainian Credit Union, Ukrainian financial organization in interwar Poland
Rozbudova Natsii, periodical of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, published in Prague
Ukraiinskij Natsionalist, periodical of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, interwar period
Dilo (the Deed), Ukrainian daily, 1880 --1939
Jewish national minority in interwar Poland
Jewish politics in interwar Poland
Jewish parliamentary representation in the Sejm (Polish Parliament), 1918 -- 1939
Judisze Tagblatt, Yiddish periodical in interwar Poland
Jewish Question in interwar Poland, 1918 --1939
Jewish Question in the Sejm and Senate of Poland, interwar period
Anti-Jewish position of Polish parliamentary majority, Polish far right, interwar period
Non Partisan Bloc of Cooperation with Government (BBWR), interwar Poland
Jewish parliamentary representation to the Third Polish Sejm and Senate, 1930 -- 1935
Hajant, Jewish periodical in Yiddish, published in Warsaw, interwar Poland
Debates with regard to the new Polish Constituion, 1930s
Dr. Ozjasz Thon, Cracow, Zionist politician, sociologist, Rabbi, Member of Polish Sejm, 1870 -- 1936
Jewish society, perception of the new Constitution, Poland, 1930s
Debates in the Jewish political spheres about the New Constitution, Poland, 1934, 1935
Jewish politicians in the elections to the local self governance councils, Poland, 1934
Tarbut, movement of a network of secular, Hebrew-language schools, Poland, interwar
Hashomer Hatzair (Hashomer Hattsair), a Socialist-Zionist Jewish youth movement founded in 1913
Hanoar Hatzioni, the Zionist Youth movement founded on Judaism, Pluralism, Zionism, interwar Poland
Poland (1918--1933)
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Emanuel Ringelblum, Polish-Jewish historian, creator of the Underground Warsaw Ghetto Archive (1900 -- 1944)
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This excerpt from the volumes 2 and 3 is relatedd to the assassination of the Polish Minister of interiour assassinated by the group of the Ukrainian Nationalists from the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) on June 15, 1934 in Warsaw.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
National minorities, Ukrainian
National minorities affairs
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
The question of national minorities with regard to Polish statehood
Bronislaw Pieracki, Polish politician, Minister of Interior, assassinated on June 15, 1934
Bronislaw Pieracki, biography, 1895 -- 1934
Bronislaw Pieracki, military and political career, interwar Poland
Bronislaw Bieracki, Minister of Interior, 1931 -- 1934, Poland
Polish politics in the ethnic Ukrainian territories of Poland in the interwar period
Bronislaw Piercki, supporter and implementer of the Sanation political measures, 1930s, Poland
Assassination of Bronislaw Pieracki, Minister of Interior, Poland, June 15, 1934
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
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This volume includes an analytical article about the ethnic ppoblem of Polesie (province in east-north Poland), as well as an anlytical article about Jewish population in Poland. There also reports on the poltics of political and social representations of the national minorities in Poland.
Subject/Index Terms:
UNO (Ukrainian Catholic Peoples' Party), interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum, 1918 --1939
Dmytro Paliiv, Ukrainian politician, military and public figure, 1896 -- 1944, Poland
Ukrainian-Polish normalization in the second half 0f 1930s, Vasyl" Mudryj
Vasyl Mudryj, Ukrainian politician, member of Ukrainian parliamentary representation, Poland
Volodymyr Tselevych, Ukrainian-Polish politician, member of the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sejm, from UNDO
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party and the group Vpered (Forward), List No. 22, elections of 1928
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Ukrainian parliamentary representation to the Fourth Polish sejm and senate, 1935 -- 1938
Ukrainian parliamentary representations in Polish Sejm and Senate, interwar Poland
Nova Zoria (A New Dawn), periodical of the Ukrainian Catholic Party, Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Haynt (Hajnt), Today, Yiddish language newspaper, published in Warsaw, 1909 --1939
Stepan Baran, Ukrainian-Polish politician, member of Polish Sejm, interwar Poland
Jews in Eastern Galicia with regard to Ukrainian statehood in Ukrainian interpretation, Poland
Jewish question in Eastern Galicia in Ukrainian perspective, interwar Poland
Ukrainian political discourse in interwar Eastern Galicia, Poland
Dilo (the Deed), Ukrainian daily, 1880 --1939
Ukrainian periodicals published in Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Bishop Chomyshyn, Catholic Action for Ukrainian society, 1930s, Poland
Bishop Hryhorij Chomyshyn, 1867 -- 1947
UKrainian Catholic Party (UNO), political outlook, interwar Poland
Ivan Tyktor, Ukrainian public figure, editor and publisher, interwar Poland and wartime
Zenon Pelens'kyj, Ukrainian politician, OUN, UVO, UNDO, interwar Poland and postwar
Novyi Tchas (New Time), Ukrainian periodical of national-radical trend, I. Paliiv, interwar Poland
Local ethnicity in Polesie province, interwar Poland
Ethnic groups in Polesie province, interwar Poland
National self-identification in Polesie province, interwar Poland
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
Polesie (Poland: Province)
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Periodicals, Polish
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
TOZ (Society of protection of health of Jewish popultion in Poland), 1920s, 1930s
Natural growth or decrease of Jewish population in Poland in the light of numbers, 1920s, 1930s
Mapping of ethnic groups in Polesie, interwar Poland
Population of Polesie province as an ethnic group in its own right, interwar Poland
Polemics between UNDO and FNJ (Front of National Unity), Ukrainian political organizations, Poland
Vasyl' Mudryj, speeches and debates in the Sejm, 1930s, Poland
Meta, (the Goal), periodical of Greek-Catholic Church in Lviv (Lwow), 1930s
The role of  the Ukrainian Military Organization in Ukrainian political discourse in Eastern Galicia
Ukrainian politicians in Eastern Galicia, political discourse, interwar Poland
Ukrainian political perception with regard to Jews in Eastern Galicia, 1930s
Der Najer Morgen, Jewish periodical in Yiddish, Eastern Galicia, 1930s
Der Moment, Jewish periodical in Yiddish, of national-democratic course, Warsaw, 1910 -- 1939
Ukrainian cultural and social organizations in interwar Poland
Ridna Shkola (Native School), Ukrainian educational organization, interwar Poland
Association of Ukrainian women, Ukrainian cultural organization, interwar Poland
Ukrainian financial and business institutions and organizations in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Anti-Jewish upheavals at universities, Lviv (Lwow), 1936
Getto Lawkowe (separation into Jewish seating sections) in the Universities, interwar Poland
Nasz Przeglad (Our Review), Jewish-Polish periodical published in Warsaw, 1923 -- 1939
Jewish social and cultural organization in interwar Poland
Jewish social and cultural organization in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Jewish economic and statistic office of the Credit Union "Cekabe," interwar Poland
Association of Jews who fought for Polish independence, interwar Poland
Association of Jewish war-veterans, interwar Poland
Jewish anti-tuberculosis association "Marpe," interwar Poland
Jewish charity organization in interwar Poland
"Linas Hacedke," or Linas HaTzedek Jewish charity organization, interwar Poland
"Bikur Cholim," Jewish medical organization for poor, interwar Poland
Jewish medical organizations in interwar Poland
Jewish care of orphans and under-cared children "Centos," interwar Poland
Jewish scholarly institutions in interwar Poland
Iwo (YIVO), Jewish Scientific Institute, interwar Poland
Association of Jewish schools' teachers, interwar Poland
Poland (1918--1939)
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
I. Bornstein, Polish-Jewish political scientist (1930s)
Jozef Obrebski, politsh plitical scientist, contributing author to National Minorities Affairs (1936)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
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This volume includes contemporeneously reports with regard to political, soical and cultural life on the national minorities in interwar Poland.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
The state of Polish-Ukrainian normalization in 1936
Ukrainian parliamentary representation to the Fourth Polish sejm and senate, 1935 -- 1938
Ukraiinski Visti, periodical of the far right Front of National Unity, intewar Poland
Ukraiinskii Beskid, Ukrainian periodical, interwar Poland
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Confrontation between UNDO and FNJ over the conception of Ukrainian Nationalism, interwar Poland
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party (USRP), interwar Poland
Ukrainian Social Radical Party (the former Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party, USRP), interwar Poland
Prosvita, Ukrainian cultural and educational society founded in 19th century in Galicia
Hromadskyi Holos (Community Voice), Ukrainian social democratic publication, interwar Poland
Kamieniari (Kameniari), Ukrainian youth socialist sport organization, interwar Poland
Novyi Tchas (New Time), Ukrainian periodical of national-radical trend, I. Paliiv, interwar Poland
Ukrainian daily Dilo about the role of Jews in the communist movement
Stepan Baran, Ukrainian-Polish politician, member of Polish Sejm, interwar Poland
Stepan Baran about Ukrainian politics with regard to the jews, Eastern Galicia, 1930s
Ukrainian financial and business institutions and organizations in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Agudath Yisrael, a Jewish orthodox political party of pro-government position
Agudath Yisrael, Jewish orthodox political party in interwar Poland
Mizrachi organization, religious zionists, in interwar Poalnd
General Zionists of Eastern Galicia
Organization of General Zionoist in Poland, interwar Poland
Organization of General Zionist of Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Jewish national aspirations, interwar Poland
Jewish national aspirations with regard to Palestine, interwar Poland
Spectrum of Jewish political movements in Poland, 1918 -- 1939
Jewish political spectrum in interwar Eastern Galicia
Poalei Zion (Poalej Syjon), Jewish socialist-zionist party, interwar Poland
Poalei Zion Right (Poalej Syjon Prawica), Jewish zionist social democratic party, interwar Poland
Poalei Zion Left (Poalej Syjon Lewica), Jewish Zionist socialist party, interwar Poland
Regional Zionist Organization of Eastern Galicia, Poland, interwar period
Ignacy Schiper, Polish-Jewish historian, member of the First Polish Sejm, 1844 -- 1943
New Zionist Organization, Union of Zionists-Revisionists, radical zionist organization, Poland
Vladimir Zhabotinskii, Zionism-Revisionism
Czas, Jewish periodical in Polish language, interwar Poland
Nasz Przeglad (Our Review), Jewish-Polish periodical published in Warsaw, 1923 -- 1939
Der Moment, Jewish periodical in Yiddish, of national-democratic course, Warsaw, 1910 -- 1939
Jewish People's Party (Judische Folkspartei), interwar Poland
Jewish Labor Party, Hitiachduth, interwar Poland
Jewish Social Democratic Party (Bund), interwar Poland
Jewish care of orphans and under-cared children "Centos," interwar Poland
TOZ (Society of protection of health of Jewish popultion in Poland), 1920s, 1930s
Jewish education in Poland, interwar Poland
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
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This volume contains an article on the land division in the Stanislawow province with regards to Jewish population, as well as reports on the politica, social, cultural and economic affairs of the national minorities in Poland, 1936.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Stanislawow (Poland: Province)
Jewish landowners in Stanislawow province, interwar Poland
Land distribution in Stanislawow province, interwar Poland
Land parcelling in Stanislawow province, interwar Poland
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
Svoboda, official periodical of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), interwar Poland
Volodymyr Tselevych, Ukrainian-Polish politician, member of the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sejm, from UNDO
Ukrainian National Democratic Association, anti-communist position, interwar Poland
The state of Polish-Ukrainian normalization in 1936
Ukrainian periodical Dilo about Polish - Ukrainian normalization, 1936
Ukrainian periodical Dilo about Ukrainian-Polish controversies with regard to normalization, 1936
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party (USRP), interwar Poland
Wolynian Ukrainian Association (WUO), Ukrainian political party of Wolyn, interwar Poland
Ukrainian parliamentary representations in Polish Sejm and Senate, interwar Poland
Association of Ukrainian women, Ukrainian cultural organization, interwar Poland
Ridna Shkola (Native School), Ukrainian educational organization, interwar Poland
Prosvita, Ukrainian cultural and educational society founded in 19th century in Galicia
Sil'skyj Hospodar, Ukrainian agricultural association, interwar Poland
Ukrainian cooperative movement, interwar Poland
Ukrainian cooperative association, interwar Poland
Association of Polish Jews, assamilationist organization, interwar Poland
Agudath Yisrael, Jewish orthodox political party in interwar Poland
Mifal Hacala (Defense Fund), created by Agudath Yisloel party, interwar Poland
Mizrachi organization, religious zionists, in interwar Poalnd
New Zionist Organization, Union of Zionists-Revisionists, radical zionist organization, Poland
Brith Trumpeldor (Betar), Jewish youth military zionist-revisionism movement, interwar Poland
Young Jewish Front, youth Zionist organization, interwar Poland
Attempt to organize and implement A Liberation March of 1000 Jews to Palestine, 1936
Central Committee of the Zionist Organization in Poland, interwar Poland
Jewish National Home in Palestine
Jewish National Home in Palestine, Zionist conception, 1918 -- 1939
Poalei Zion Right (Poalej Syjon Prawica), Jewish zionist social democratic party, interwar Poland
HeHalutz (Hechaluc or The Pioneer), training for Palestine settlers, interwar Poland
Jewish youth Zionist movements and organizations, interwar Poland
Spectrum of Jewish political movements in Poland, 1918 -- 1939
Jewish Social Democratic Party (Bund), interwar Poland
Folkscajtung, Bund periodical in Yiddish, interwar Poland
Jugend-Weker, periodical of Bund's youth in Yiddish, interwar Poland
Periodicals, Jewish
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Peridiocals, Jewish, interwar Poland
SKIF, Socjalistiszer Kinder Farband, Socialist organization of Jewish children, interwar Poland
Jewish youth and children organization, interwar Poland
Cukunft (the Future), Organization of the Bund associated Jewish youth, interwar Poland
Haynt (Hajnt), Today, Yiddish language newspaper, published in Warsaw, 1909 --1939
Jewish commercial associations in interwar Poland
Jewish economic committee, interwar Poland
Debates about prospective Jewish emigration from Poland, Jewish economic committee, 1936
Jews in Poland, History
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Jakub Babicki, contributing author to Spraway Narodowowsciowe (1930s)
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This volume contains three analytical articles, that of the Union of Hadiach between the Polish Commonwealtha and Ukraine; about the state of education of Jewish population in Poland and about national and denominational distribution of Polish population in Second Polish Republic (interwar Poland)
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Polish periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
History of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Ukraine, history
Ukrainian cossackdom, an organized form of cossack self-government, 16 -- 18 centuries
Ukrainian cossackship, organized military force, 16 -- 18 centuries
Polish politics with regard to Ukrainian cossacks in 17 and 18 centuries
Ukrainian cossacks in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the state of seethe, 17 th century
Conflict betwen Ukrainian cossackship and Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, mid-17th century
Moscovite politics of colonizing Ukraine as a province, 17th century
Disunity of cossackship with regard to political orientation between Moscow and Polish commonwealth
Ivan Vyhovskyj, Ukrainian military and political stateman, proponent of unity with Poland, 17century
Ukrainian cossackdom protectorate under the control of Moscovia, 17 th century
Ukrainian cossack colonelcy as a political strata, 17 -18th centuries
Geopolitical situation of Ukrainian cossackship between Moscovia and Poland, 17th century
Preparation of the Hadiach Argeement between Ukrainian Cossackdom and Polish Commonwealth, 1658
The question of Ukrainian statehood in the 17th century
Polish-Ukrainian Argeement of Hadiach (Hadiacz), 16 September 1658
Polish-Ukrainian Agreement of Hadiacz (Hadiacz), unimplemented, 1658
Unimplemented federalization of Polish Commonwealth, 1658 -- 1660s
Political inconsistencies in probable creation of Ruthenian (Ukrainian) principality, 17 century
Changes and concessions to the Hadiach (Hadiacz) Agreement, 1658
Edited and modified Hadiacz (Hadiach) Argement, May 22, 1659
Moscovia takes political and military actions against Polish-Ukrainian agreement, late 1650s
Ukrainian cossackdom under Moscow rule, renouncement of the Hadiacz (Hadiach) Union, 1659
Unattained federation of Ukrainians, Poles and Lithuanians, 1660s
immaturity of cossackship in the creation of Ukrainian statehood, 17th century
Stanislaw Bieniewski, Polish politician, statement, creator of the Hadiacz agreement, 17 century
Geopolitical role of unimplemented Hadiach agreement, Ukraine, lost statehood, 17 century
Jewish education in Poland in the course of history early modern and modern time
Polish clerical and secular education in medieval and early modern time
Jews in the system of Polish education, liberal reforms of the late 18th century
Reforms in Jewish education in Eastern Galicia by Austrian authorities, late 18th, early 19th c.
Jews allowed to gymnasiums and public schools in Austrian Galicia, the course of 19th century
Jews in Polish public education, the Second Polish Republic, interwar Poland
Jews in Polish private schools, interwar Poland
Distribution of Jews in Polish public and private schools, interwar Poland
Jewish private school in interwar Poland, distribution of students
Distribution of Jews in the institutions of higher learning, interwar Poland
Distribution of Jews according to the branches of studies, universities, interwar Poland
Comparison of percentage of Jewish and non-Jewish students according to the studies, interwar Poland
Percentatge of Jewis graduates according to studies, interwar Poland
Distribution of Jews in trade (technical and commerce) schools, interwar Poland
CISZO, Central Jewish School Organization, related to Bund, interwar Poland
CISZO, Jewish education, social democratic and zionist orientation, interwar Poland
CISZO, Jewish education in secular trade school, curriculum, interwar Poland
Jewish zionist-religious school Mizrachi Jabne, Jewish education, interwar Poland
Schul Kult, Jewish secular education, interwar Poland
Jewish religious education, interwar Poland
Distribution of population in interwar Poland acccording to denomination and mother tongue
Second General Census of population in interwar Poland, 1931
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Wladyslaw Tomkiewicz, contributing author, Polish historian, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
Samuel Chmielewski, Polish-Jewish historian, contributing author to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
Bogdan Zaborski, Polish historian, contributing authour to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
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This volume contains a research work of Adolf Krysinski of the national, ehtnic and denominational composition of Polish urban center in interwar Poland. There are as well reports on the current state of affairs with regard to national minorities in interwar Poland.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
Jewish national minority in interwar Poland
Jewish national idea of national minority with regard to religious community
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
National minorities affairs
National minorities affairs in Eastern Galicia, Jewish
Ethno-National Distribution
National, denominational and linguistic distribution of urban population in interwar Poland, 1931
Urban population in interwar Poland, Second General Census, 1931
Numbers of urban population in 1921 and 1931, First General Census, Second General Census
Denominational composition of urban population in interwar Poland, 1931
Denominational composition of Warsaw, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Warsaw province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Lodz province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Kielce province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Lublin province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Bialystok province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Wilno province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population in Nowogrodek province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population of Polesie province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population of Wolyn province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population of Poznan province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population of Pomorze province, 1931
Denominational composition of urban population of Slask province, 1931
Denominational distribution of urban population of Cracow province, 1931
Denominational distribution of urban population of Lwow province, 1931
Denominational distribution of urban population of Stanislawow province, 1931
Denominational distribution of urban population of Tarnopol province, 1931
Composition of urban population in Warsaw according to mother tongue, 1931
Composition of urban population in Warsaw province according to mother tongue, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Lodz province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Kilece province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Lublin province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Bialystok province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Wilno province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Nowogrodek province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Polesie province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Wolyn province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Poznan province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Pomorze province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Slask province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Cracow province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Lwow province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Stanislawow province, 1931
Composition of urban population according to mother tongue in Tarnopol province, 1931
Jewish population in interwar Poland, 1931
Ukrainian population in interwar Poland, 1931
Polish population in interwar Poland, 1931
Roman-Catholics in interwar Poland, numbers, 1931
Greek-Catholics (Ukrainians) in interwar Poland, numbers, 1931
People of Mosaic faith (Jews) in interwar Poland, numbers, 1931
Denominational and mother tongue composition of Polish cities and towns, 1931
Denominational and mother tongue composition of Jews in Polish cities and towns, 1931
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance, Eastern Galiica
UNDO (Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance) perception to the OUN, interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), political program, 1930s, Eastern Galicia, Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), approach to the situation of Jews in Eastern Galicia
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO) declares resentment against antisemitism, East Galicia
Dilo (the Deed), Ukrainian daily, 1880 --1939
Dilo, publications with regard to Jewish politics, antisemitism and relations with Jews, Poland
Conception of Ukrainian national consolidation, Dilo, 1937, Eastern Galicia
Novyi Tchas (New Time), Ukrainian periodical of national-radical trend, I. Paliiv, interwar Poland
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Peremoha, periodical published of the Ukrainian Front of National Unity, a nationalist-oriented
UNO (Ukrainian Catholic Peoples' Party), interwar Poland
Ukrainska Narodna Obnova (UNO, Ukrainian Catholic Party), Eastern Galicia, 1930s
Bishop Chomyshyn, Catholic Action for Ukrainian society, 1930s, Poland
Bishop Hryhorij Chomyshyn, 1867 -- 1947
Jewish politics in interwar Poland
Young Jewish Front, youth Zionist organization, interwar Poland
Attempt to organize and implement A Liberation March of 1000 Jews to Palestine, 1936
Spectrum of Zionist organizations in interwar Poland
Building a Jewish national home in Palestine, 1918 --1939
Jewish Popular Party (Folkists) in Poland, 1918 --1939
the League of working Palestine, an organization of Poalei Zion Right, interwar Poland
Jewish Social Democratic Party (Bund), interwar Poland
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
Dr. Adolf Krysinski, Polish historican, scholar, contributing author to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
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This volume contains analytical article about Jewish demographic in Poland written by S. Fogelson and the reports of the current state of affairs with regards to the national minorities in interwar Poland
Subject/Index Terms:
Ukrainian nationalism
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Demographical research, Jewish population, interwar Poland
Scholarly articles in Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs), interwar Poland
Polish - Ukrainian normalization, interpretations reflected by the Ukrainian daily Dilo, 1937
Polish - Ukrainian normalization, interpretation and analysis of D. Levytskyj
Dmytro Levytsky (Lewytski), Ukrainian politician, chairman of the UNDO, Poland, interwar period
Ugoda (the Agreement), Polish - Ukrainian political compromise, 1937
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), national-democratic party, interwar Poland
Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO) with regard to Polish - Ukrainian normalization, 1937
Ukrainian daily Dilo about the ideology of Ukrainian Nationalism, 1930s
Ukrainian Social Radical Party (the former Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party, USRP), interwar Poland
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Hromadskyi Holos (Community Voice), Ukrainian social democratic publication, interwar Poland
Kamieniari (Kameniari), Ukrainian youth socialist sport organization, interwar Poland
Ukrainian Social Democratic Party, a left wing party in interwar Poland
Ukrainska Nyva, periodical of the Front of National Unity, Ukrainian nationalist organization
Nova Zoria (A New Dawn), periodical of the Ukrainian Catholic Party, Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Ukrainian periodicals about the Jewish role in communist movement, interwar Poland
Ukrainian financial and business institutions and organizations in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Agudath Yisrael, Jewish orthodox political party in interwar Poland
Mizrachi organization, religious zionists, in interwar Poalnd
Building a Jewish national home in Palestine, 1918 --1939
Zionist organization of Western Galicia, Poland
New Zionist Organization, Union of Zionists-Revisionists, radical zionist organization, Poland
Vladimir Zhabotinskii, Zionism-Revisionism
Vlaimir Zabotinskii, campaign for emigration to Palestine in Poland, 1936
Elections to the councils of Jewish communities, interwar Poland
Jewish public life in interwar Poland, 1930s
Jewish educational organizations in interwar Poland, 1930s
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
S. Fogelson, Polish-Jewish scholar, contributing authro to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
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This volume contains analytical articla about the territorial distribution of Ukrainain population in Poland. There is also a catalog of publication by GUS (Central Statistical Office) of Poland, interwar Poland
Subject/Index Terms:
Main Statistical Office of Poland
Publications of the Main Statistical Office of Poland, interwar Poland
Categorization of the publications of the Main Statistical Office of Poland, interwar Poland
First General Census of population in Poland, September 1921
Results of the First General Census of population in Poland, interwar Poland
Administrative division of Poland, 1920s
Denominational category of population reflected in the First General Census of population in Poland
National category of population in Poland reflected by the First General Census, 1921
Social category of population in Poland, reflected in the First General Census, 1921
Economic category of the population in Poland reflected in the First General Census, 1921
Educational category of the population in Poland reflected in the First General Census, 1921
Ukrainians in interwar Poland in the light the Second General Census, 1931
Category of mother tongue, Ukainian, interwar Poland
Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931
Figures of Ukrainian population in Polish voivodships, 1931
Ukrainian national self-identification
Ukrainian national self identification with regard to declaration of mother tongue, interwar Poland
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Meta, (the Goal), periodical of Greek-Catholic Church in Lviv (Lwow), 1930s
Dilo (the Deed), Ukrainian daily, 1880 --1939
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Bishop Hryhorij Chomyshyn, 1867 -- 1947
Ukrainska Nyva, periodical of the Front of National Unity, Ukrainian nationalist organization
Nova Zoria (A New Dawn), periodical of the Ukrainian Catholic Party, Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party (USRP), interwar Poland
Hromadskyi Holos (Community Voice), Ukrainian social democratic publication, interwar Poland
Ridna Shkola (Native School), Ukrainian educational organization, interwar Poland
Ukrainska Zahoronka (Ukrainian Shelter), a charitable organization, interwar Poland
Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), scholarly organization, a prototype of Ukrainian Academy
Ukrainian agricultural cooperatives in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Silskyj Hospodar (Rural Master), Ukrainian agricultural cooperative organization, Eastern Galicia
Ukrainian financial and business institutions and organizations in Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Association of Jewish - Poles, assimilationist organization, interwar Poland, 1930s
New Zionist Organization, Union of Zionists-Revisionists, radical zionist organization, Poland
Brith Trumpeldor (Betar), Jewish youth military zionist-revisionism movement, interwar Poland
Mizrachi organization, religious zionists, in interwar Poalnd
Organization of General Zionoist in Poland, interwar Poland
Organization of General Zionist of Eastern Galicia, interwar Poland
Jewish National Fund
Keren Kajemet Leisrael (Jewish National Fund), interwar Poland
Women's International Zionist Organization (WIZO), interwar Poland
the League of working Palestine, an organization of Poalei Zion Right, interwar Poland
HeHalutz (Hechaluc or The Pioneer), training for Palestine settlers, interwar Poland
Poalei Zion Left (Poalej Syjon Lewica), Jewish Zionist socialist party, interwar Poland
Jewish People's Party (Judische Folkspartei), interwar Poland
Jewish Social Democratic Party (Bund), interwar Poland
TOZ (Society of protection of health of Jewish popultion in Poland), 1920s, 1930s
Jewish care of orphans and under-cared children "Centos," interwar Poland
Jewish Central Rescue Committee (Centralny Komitet Ratunkowy), social, charitable, interwar Poland
Iwo (YIVO), Jewish Scientific Institute, interwar Poland
Judaic studies in interwar Poland, organizations and scholars
Publication related to Jewish experience in Poland, interwar Poland
Jewish scientists, scholars, literati and artists in interwar Poland
Jewish religious communities in Poland (1918 --1939)
Jewish economic and commercial affairs in interwar Poland
Social strata of Jewish merchants, entrepreneurs and industrialists in interwar Poland
Social strata of Jewish craftsmen and artisans in interwar Poland
Social strata of Jewish agriculturalists in interwar Poland
Creators:
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
S. Fogelson, Polish-Jewish scholar, contributing authro to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
Alfons Krysinski, Polish political scientist, scholar, contributing author to Sparaw Narodowowsciowe (1930s)
Wladyslaw Tomkiewicz, contributing author, Polish historian, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
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This volumes contains an article on Jewish demographic structure in interwar Poland, authored by Samuel Fogelson, as well as contemoreneous reports on the national minorities' affairs in 1938
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Demographical research, Jewish population, interwar Poland
Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931
Jewish population in interwar Poland, 1931
Demographic structure of Jewish population in interwar Poland, 1931
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Poland (1918--1939)
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
S. Fogelson, Polish-Jewish scholar, contributing authro to Sprawy Narodowosciowe (interwar Poland)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
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This volume comprises the reportages related to the election in to Sejm and Senate in 1938, as well as state of social, cultural, political, economic and internal affairs of the national minorities in Poland, 1938.
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Scholarly articles in Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs), interwar Poland
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
National minorities, Ukrainian
Ukrainian political spectrum in interwar Poland
Svoboda, official periodical of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance (UNDO), interwar Poland
Ukrainian parliamentary representation to the Fourth Polish sejm and senate, 1935 -- 1938
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Polish Parliamentary Elections, 1919 -- 1939
Polish parliamentary elections in 1935
Polish parliamentary elections in 1938
Results of Polish parliamentary elections in Eastern Galicia in 1935 and in 1938
Ukrainian vote in Parliamentary election in 1935 and in 1938, Eastern Galicia
Vasyl' Mudryj, speeches and debates in the Sejm, 1930s, Poland
Vasyl Mudryj, Ukrainian politician, member of Ukrainian parliamentary representation, Poland
Bishop Hryhorij Chomyshyn, 1867 -- 1947
Natsionalna Polityka (the National Politics), Ukrainian weekly of the UNDO, interwar Poland,  1930s
Front Natsional'noji Jednosti (Front of National Unity), a Ukrainian far right organization, Poland
Ukrainian Social Radical Party (the former Ukrainian Socialist Radical Party, USRP), interwar Poland
Jewish politics in interwar Poland
Jewish politics with regard to the parliamentary election of 1938, interwar Poland
Central Committee of the Zionist Organization in Poland, interwar Poland
Central Committee of the Zionist Organization in Poland, statement with regard to a1938 Elections
Jewish parliamentary representation in the Sejm (Polish Parliament), 1918 -- 1939
Jewish parliamentary representation with regard to the 1938 Elections in Poland
Mizrachi organization, religious zionists, in interwar Poalnd
Election to the Sejm and Senate of Poland, 1938 -- 1939 candence
Sejm and Senate of Poland in 1938 -- 1939
Political movement of Zionoist state-builders, interwar Poland, 1930s
the League of working Palestine, an organization of Poalei Zion Right, interwar Poland
Poalei Zion Left (Poalej Syjon Lewica), Jewish Zionist socialist party, interwar Poland
Jewish People's Party (Judische Folkspartei), interwar Poland
Jewish Popular Party (Folkists) in Poland, 1918 --1939
Jewish Social Democratic Party (Bund), interwar Poland
Cukunft (the Future), Organization of the Bund associated Jewish youth, interwar Poland
SKIF, Socjalistiszer Kinder Farband, Socialist organization of Jewish children, interwar Poland
Jewish Trade Unions in interwar Poland
Wiktor Alter, Jewish politician, socialist, chairman of Jewish trade unions in Poland, 1930s
Zionist Organization of Poland, 1918 -- 1939
National minorities, Jewish
New Zionist Organization, Union of Zionists-Revisionists, radical zionist organization, Poland
Jewish scientific and cultural institutions, interwar Poland
Iwo (YIVO), Jewish Scientific Institute, interwar Poland
The Library of Judaic Studies, interwar Poland
Jewish society for the study of the regional lore, interwar Poland
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs) (1931 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
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This volumes contains two analytical articles. The first article theorizes over the conceptions of citizenship and nationality.

The second article presents a research on the national - social correlations of the population in Eastern Galicia or in the three Polish provinces, namely the Lwow province, the Stanislawow province and Tarnopol province

Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Scholarly articles in Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs), interwar Poland
Ludwik Ehrich, Polish-Jewish scholar, political scientist, interwar Poland
Alesander Aland, Polish - Jewish scientist, Professor of international law, Poland
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Conception of citizenship and nationality, Ludwik Ehrlich,  1939
Scholarly articles published in Sprawy Narodowosciowe, Ludwik Ehrlich
Theories of nations, peoples and nationalities
Publications about the nations, peoples and nationalities
Nations, peoples and nationalities with regard to West European States
Theories of the nations, peoples and nationalities with regard to Central and East European States
Theories of the nation, people and nationalities with regard to the United States
Religion as a factor in national self-identification
Mother tongue as a factor in national self-identification
National self-identification as a historical category
Nation-state and national minorities
Rights of national minorities in a nation-state
Category of citizenship with regard to the notion of a people
Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931
Denominational structure of population in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Denominational categories of population in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Roman Catholic denomination in interwar Poland as a census category, 1931
Greek Catholic denomination as a census category in interwar Poland, 1931
Orthodox denomination as a census category in interwar Poland, 1931
Evangelic denomination as a census category in interwar Poland, 1931
Mosaic faith (Judaism) as a census category in interwar Poland, 1931
Population of Eastern Galicia with regardt to denominational categories in numbers, 1931
Lwow (Poland: Province)
Stanislawow (Poland: Province)
Tarnopol (Poland: Province)
Social and economic structure of the population in Eastern Galicia according the denomination, 1931
Population in Agriculture in Eastern Galicia according the denominaitonal category, 1931
Denominational structure of industry in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Denominational structure of employees in relation to the aptitude of industries, Eastern Galicia
Denominational structure in trades and communications, Eastern Galicia, 1931
Denominational structure of industrial workers in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Structural domination in wholesale and retail trade of Jewish population in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Denominational structure of liberal professions in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Disproportional domination of Jews in liberal professions in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Domination in absolute figures and percentage-wise of Jewish jurists in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Domination of Jewish physicians in absolute figures and perecentile in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Domination of Jewish private teachers in absolute figures and percentile in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Denominational structure of administration and office employees in Eastern Galicia, 1931
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
Ludwik Ehrich ((1889 -- 1968))
Aleksander Aland, Polish - Jewish political scientist (Interwar Poland)
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This volume contains an analytical artice about professional and social structure of Jewish population in Poland as reflected in the Second General Census of population in Poland in 1931
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Scholarly articles in Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs), interwar Poland
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931
Professional and social structure of Jewish population in Poland as reflecte in the Census of 1931
Professional structure of the entire population of Poland as reflected in the Census of 1931
Correlation between non-Jews and Jews with regard to the professional structure of Polish population
Jewish population of Warsaw, 1931
Jewish population of the Warsaw province without Warsaw, 1931
Jewish population of Lodz, 1931
Jewish population of the Lodz province without Lodz, 1931
Jewish population of Kielce province, 1931
Jewish population of Lublin province, 1931
Jewish population of the Wilno province without Wilno, 1931
Jewish population of Wilno, 1931
Jewish population of Nowogrodek province, 1931
Jewish population of Polesie province, 1931
Jewish population of Wolyn province, 1931
Jewish population of Poznan province, 1931
Jewish population of Pomorze province, 1931
Jewish population of Slask (Silesia) province, 1931
Jewish population of Cracow province without Cracow, 1931
Jewish population of Cracow, 1931
Jewish population of Lwow province without Lwow, 1931
Jewish population of Lwow, 1931
Jewish population of Stanislawow province, 1931
Jewish population of Tarnopol province, 1931
Percentile of Jews in industry and trade, central group of provinces, Poland, 1931
Percentile of Jews in industry and trade, eastern group of provinces, Poland, 1931
Percentile of Jews in industry and trade, western group of provinces, Poland, 1931
Percentile of Jews in industry and trade, southern group of provinces, Poland, 1931
Cultural level of Jewish population, inerwar Poland, 1931
Structure of Jewish professionally active population, interwar Poland, 1931
Structure of Jewish professionally passive population, interwar Poland, 1931
Social and professional structure of Jewish professional active population in provinces, 1931
Professional and social structure of Jews in major Polish cities, 1931
Warsaw (Poland), professional and social structure of professionally active Jews, 1931
Lodz (Poland), Professional and social structure of professionally active Jews, 1931
Wilno (Poland), Professional and Social structure of professionally active Jews, 1931
Cracow (Poland), Professsional and social structure of professionally active Jews, 1931
Lwow, Lviv (Poland), Professional and social structure of professionally active Jews, 1931
Jews of Warsaw, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Warsaw province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Lodz province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Lodz, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Kielce province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Lublin province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Bialystok province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Wilno province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Wilno, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Nowogrodek province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Polesie province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Wolyn province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Poznan province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Poznan, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Pomorze province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Slask province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Cracow province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Cracow, professional structure, 1931
Jews of the Lwow province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Lwow, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Stanislawow province, professional structure, 1931
Jews of Tarnopol province, professional structure, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce, distribution in the provinces of Poland, 1931
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs) (1931 -- 1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
I. Bornstein, Polish-Jewish political scientist (1930s)
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This folder contains the ending of the scholarly article written by I. Bornstein about professional and social structure of the Jewish population in interwar Poland, 1918 -- 1939
Subject/Index Terms:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs, publication)
Scholarly articles in Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minorities Affairs), interwar Poland
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial and program articles
Periodicals, Polish
Polish political and social periodicals, 1918 -- 1939
Professional and social structure of Jewish population in Poland as reflecte in the Census of 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce, distribution in the provinces of Poland, 1931
Comparison in figures and percentile of non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in interwar Poland, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Warsaw, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Warsaw province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Lodz, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Lodz province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Kielce province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Lublin province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Bialystock province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Polesie province, 1932
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Wolyn province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Poznan, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Poznan province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Pormorze province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Slask province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Wilno, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Wilno province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Nowogrodek province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Cracow, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in Lwow (Lviv), 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Lwow province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Stanislawow province, 1931
Non-Jewish and Jewish workforce in the Tarnopol province, 1931
Structure of unemployment in the Jewish and non-Jewish workforce
Level of unemployement in the Jewish work strata, 1931
Jewish workers employed in industry with regard to the capacity of the establishment, 1931
Jewish workers employed at large, medium and small industrial establishments, Warsaw, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Warsaw province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Lodz province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Lodz, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Kielce province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Lublin province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Bialystok province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Wilno province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Wilno, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Nowogrodek province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Polesie province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Wolyn province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Poznan province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Poznan, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Pomorze province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Slask province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Cracow province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Cracow, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Lwow province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Lwow, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Stanislawow province, 1931
Jewish workers employed at the large, medium and small establishments, Tarnopol province, 1931
Professional structure of Jewish population in industry in relation to non-Jews, Poland, 1931
Poland (1918--1939)
Narratives in Polish language
Documents in Polish language
Creators:
Sprawy Narodowosciowe (National Minoorities Affairs), publication, Poland (1928  --1939)
Sprawy Narodowosciowe, editorial board and contributors (1927 -- 1939)
Research Institute for National Minorities Affairs, Warsaw, 1927 -- 1939
I. Bornstein, Polish-Jewish political scientist (1930s)

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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-18.01.01, Sprawy Narodowosciowe (The National Minorities Affairs), 1931 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-18.01.04, Polish  Yearly Statistics, Poland, 1930s, 1930 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-18.01.05, Polish interwar general Censuses,  1921 and 1931, 1921, 1931],
[Sub-Collection 4: RG-18.01.06, Droga (The Way). A monthoy publication of post-May 1926 Pilsudskiite camp of Sanation (Sanacja) or Moral Cleansing of the Nation, 1928 --1932],
[Sub-Collection 5: RG-18.01.07, Mysl Narodowa (National Thought), 1921 -- 1939, weekly, in 1921 -- 1925 a publicaiton of the National Democrats, in 1925 -- 1939, a general periodical under the edition of Z. Wasilewski, 1921 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 6: RG-18.01.08, Kurjer Lwowski (Lviv Herald), a Polish language daily published in Lviv (Lwow). A liberal oriented periodical since its was founded in 1887 untile it has become under the auspices of Polish Nationa Democracy in 1930., 1887 -- 1935],
[Sub-Collection 9: RG-18.01.09, Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 8: RG-18.01.10, Wiadomosci Literackie (Literary News), 1924],
[Sub-Collection 12: RG-18.01.12, Polish Statistics, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 10: RG-18.01.13, Mucha (A  Fly). An illustrative satirical magazine published in Warsaw in 1868 -- 1939  and again in 1946 -- 1952, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 11: RG-18.01.14, Ilustrowany Kuryer Codzienny (Illustrative Daily Herald), Polish daily newspaper of socio-political character, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 13: RG-18.01.20, Gazeta Lwowska (The Lwow Gazette), an official publication of Lwow (Lviv) city authorities in 1918 -- 1939, Polish language, 1918 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 14: RG-18.01.21, ABC, daily newspaper for everyone about everything. Newspaper of nationalistic trend in the ideology of National Democracy, 1926 -- 1931],
[Sub-Collection 15: RG-18.01.22, Nowsci Ilustrowane (Illustrative News), 1904 -- 1925],
[Sub-Collection 16: RG-18.01.23, Nowa Reforma (the New Reform)],
[Sub-Collection 17: RG-18.01.24, Sygnaly, a literary journal in Polish, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 --1939],
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