Military history

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ARCHIVES (AND ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE NOTES)

AAN

Archiwum Akt Nowych

 

Archive of New Files, Warsaw

AMP

Archiwum Muzeum Polskiego

 

Archive of the Polish Museum, London

AVPRF

Arkhiv Vneshnei Politiki Rossiiskoi Federatsii

 

Archive of the Foreign Policy of the Russian Federation, Moscow

AW

Archiwum Wschodnie, Ośrodek Karta

 

Eastern Archive, Karta Institute, Warsaw

BA-MA

Bundesarchiv-Militärarchiv

 

Bundesarchiv, Military Archive, Freiburg, Germany

CAW

Centralne Archiwum Wojskowe

 

Central Military Archive, Rembertów, Poland

DAR

Derzhavnyi Arkhiv Rivnens’koï Oblasti

 

State Archive of Rivne Oblast, Ukraine

FVA

Fortunoff Video Archive of Holocaust Testimonies

 

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

GARF

Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii

 

State Archive of the Russian Federation, Moscow

HI

Hoover Institution Archive, Stanford University, California

IfZ(M)

Institut für Zeitgeschichte, München

 

Institute for Contemporary History, Munich

IPN

Instytut Pamięci Narodowej

 

Institute of National Remembrance, Warsaw

OKAW

Ośrodek Karta, Archiwum Wschodnie

 

Karta Institute, Eastern Archive, Warsaw

SPP

Studium Polski Podziemnej

 

Polish Underground Movement Study Trust, London

TsDAVO

Tsentral’nyi Derzhavnyi Arkhiv Vyshchykh Orhaniv Vlady ta

 

Upravlinnia

 

Central State Archive of Higher Organs of Government and

 

Administration, Kiev

USHMM

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.

ŻIH

Żydowski Instytut Historyczny

 

Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw

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“Kardinal Innitzer ruft die Welt gegen den Hungertod auf,” Reichspost, 20 August 1933, 1.

“Foreign News: Karakhan Out?” Time, 11 September 1933.

“Die Hilfsaktion für die Hungernden in Rußland,” Reichspost, 12 October 1933, 1.

“Helft den Christen in Sowjetrußland,” Die Neue Zeitung, 14 October 1933, 1.

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