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Copyright 1990 by Gary M. Grobman. All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reproduced in any form, or by any means, mechanical or electronic, or by any information storage and retrieval system or other method, for any use, without the written permission of Gary M. Grobman, except that use, copying, and distribution of the information in this electronic version of this book is permitted provided that no fees or compensation is charged for use, copies, or access to such information and the copyright notice is included intact.
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Acknowledgments of permission granted for copyrighted material included in the Guide:
The passage from The New Columbia Encyclopedia which appears on page 37 is reprinted with the permission of the publisher, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
The passages from the Encyclopedia Britannica which appear on page 37 are reprinted with the permission of the publisher, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
The passage from Martin Gilbert’s The Holocaust which appears on page 77 is reprinted with permission from the publisher, Holt and Company 1985 by Martin Gilbert.
The passages from Michael Marrus’s book The Holocaust in History which appear on pages 85, 86 and 99 are reprinted by permission of the University Press of New England 1985 by Michael Marrus.
The passage from David Altshuler’s Hitler’s War Against the Jews which appears on page 94 is reprinted with permission from the publisher, Behrman House, Inc. 1978 by Lucy S. Dawidowicz and David A. Altshuler.
The passage from Murray Friedman’s Jewish Life in Philadelphia: 1830-1940 published by Ishi Publications which appears on page 114 is reprinted with permission from the author 1983 by Murray Friedman.
Appendix II is excerpted from Voices of a People: The Story of Yiddish Folksong by Ruth Rubin and is reprinted with permission from the author 1979.
Library of Congress Catalog Number: 90-61728
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