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RG-94.86, Chwila. Monday 28, November 1921. No. 1025
Monday 28, November 1921
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Advertisements in Chwila, 1921
Aristide Briand, French socialist politician, multiple French Prime Minister and Minister
Chwila (the Moment), a program article, 1918 --1939
Chwila (the Moment), editorial articles
Chwila, analytical narratives
Chwila, newspaper, Jewish (Polish)
Civic court cases
Criminals trials in Lviv (Lwow) reflected by Chwila, 1928
Cultural life in Lviv (Lwow) reflected by Chwila, 1921
Death of Gerszon Zipper, November, 22, 1921
Documents in Polish language
Domestic and international news reflected by Chwila, 1918  -- 1939
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Economics and finances, analysis of a world economy, situation in 1921, Chwila, 1921
Ethnic minorities in interwar Poland, Chwila 1921
Financial affairs, interwar Poland, reflected in Chwila, 1921
Financial and monetary affairs, reported updates, Chwila, 1921
Gerszon Zipper (1868 – 1921), lawyer, editor of the East Galician Jewish publications
Gerszon Zipper Foundation for the Hebrew Gymnasium in Jerusalem
Hugo Dieter Stinnes, German industrialist and politician.
International news reported by Chwila, interwar Poland
Jerzy Michalski, Minister of Finance, Chwila, 1921
Life in Palestine reflected in Chwila, 1921
Local affairs in Lviv (Lwow) reflected by Chwila
Lucjan Zeligowski, General
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Narratives in Polish language
Periodicals, Jewish
Periodicals, Jewish, interwar Poland
Polish economics and finances, reflected in Chwila
Repertoire of the theaters in Lwow (Lviv), Chwila, 1921
Situation of national minorities in interwar Poland, Chwila, 1921
Stock market report
Tobiasz Aszkenaze (Aschkenase), statesman, Chairman of the Jewish Rescue Committe in Lviv (Lwow)
Tribute to Gerszon Zipper, lawyer, Zionist activist and chief editor of "Chwila".
Washington Naval Conference reflected in Chwila, November 1921

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