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Title:
RG-94.90, Chwila. Friday 2, December 1921. No. 1029
Date:
Friday 2, December 1921
ID:
RG-94.90
Repository:
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Advertisements in Chwila, 1921
Arthur Balfour, The Earl of Balfour, British politician, author of pro-Zionist declaration
Chwila (the Moment), a program article, 1918 --1939
Chwila (the Moment), editorial articles
Chwila, analytical narratives
Chwila, newspaper, Jewish (Polish)
Cultural life in Lviv (Lwow) reflected by Chwila, 1921
Current events reported by Chwila, 1921
Death of Gerszon Zipper, November, 22, 1921
Documents in Polish language
Domestic and international news reflected by Chwila, 1918  -- 1939
Dr. Shimshon Rosenbaum, Lithuanian Minister for Foreign Affairs
Eastern Galicia (European region)
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Endecja (Narodowa Demokracja), ethnonational discourse, reflected by Chwila, Chwila, 1921
Financial affairs, interwar Poland, reflected in Chwila, 1921
Gerszon Zipper (1868 – 1921), lawyer, editor of the East Galician Jewish publications
Gerszon Zipper Foundation for the Hebrew Gymnasium in Jerusalem
International news reported by Chwila, interwar Poland
Jewish literary prose in Polish language, published in Chwila, 1921
Jozef Pilsudski, Polish stateman, Chief of State, the leader of the Second Polish Republic
Keren haYesod – United Israel Appeal, the official fundraising organization for Israel
Literature in Chwila, 1921
Local affairs in Lviv (Lwow) reflected by Chwila
Lucjan Zeligowski, General
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Nahum Sokolow, a Zionist leader, author, translator, and a pioneer of Hebrew journalism.
Narratives in Polish language
National minorities in interwar Europe
Periodicals, Jewish
Periodicals, Jewish, interwar Poland
Periodicals in Polish language
Polish-Lithuanian relations in interwar period, Chwila, 1921
Polish economics and finances, reflected in Chwila
Political affairs in interwar Poland, 1918 --1939
Repertoire of the theaters in Lwow (Lviv), Chwila, 1921
Responses to publications in Polish periodicals, Chwila, 1921
Robotnik (The Worker), editorial board and contributors, interwar Poland
Roman Dmowski, a Polish politician, co-founder of National Democracy ("ND", "Endecja")
Situation of national minorities in interwar Poland, Chwila, 1921
Slowo Polskie (The Polish Word), periodical Polish
Stock market report
Summary of the session of the Sejm, Chwila, 1921
The 12th Zionist Congress, 1921, reflected in Chwila
The question of national minorities with regard to Polish statehood
Tobiasz Aszkenaze (Aschkenase), statesman, Chairman of the Jewish Rescue Committe in Lviv (Lwow)
Trial of Henri Désiré Landru, a French serial killer and real-life "Bluebeard"
Tribute to Gerszon Zipper, lawyer, Zionist activist and chief editor of "Chwila".
Warren Gamaliel Harding, the 29th President of the United States, serving from 1921 to 1923
Wojciech Trąmpczyński, lawyer, National Democratic politician, marshal of the Sejm (1919–1922)
Zamorski, Jan, contributor to Mysl Narodowa
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