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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Archiv für Sozialgeschichte
      Author (Review)
      • Nolte, Hans-Heinrich
      Language (Review)
      Deutsch
      Language (Monograph)
      Русский
      Author (Monograph)
      • Poljan, Pavel
      Title
      Mezhdu Aushvicem i Babym Jarom
      Subtitle
      Razmyshlenija i issledovanija o Katastrofe
      Year of publication
      2010
      Place of publication
      Moskau
      Publisher
      Rossijskaja politicheskaja ėnciklopedija
      Number of pages
      582
      ISBN
      978-5-8243-1504-2
      Subject classification
      Jewish History, Military History
      Time classification
      20th century → 1940 - 1949
      Regional classification
      Europe → Northern Europe → Baltic states → Estonia, Europe → Northern Europe → Baltic states → Latvia, Europe → Northern Europe → Baltic states → Lithuania, Europe → Western Europe → Germany, Europe → Eastern Europe → Russia, Europe → Eastern Europe → Belarus, Europe → Eastern Europe → Ukraine, Europe → Eastern Europe → East-Central Europe → Poland, Europe → Eastern Europe → Moldavia, Europe → Eastern Europe → Caucasus → Armenia
      Subject headings
      Sowjetunion
      Judenvernichtung
      Konzentrationslager Auschwitz / Lager Birkenau
      Russischer Kriegsgefangener
      Original source URL
      http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/afs/81425.pdf
      recensio.net-ID
      28d182fe73d3d18963b125a1dd894388
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.1189719432
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Pavel Poljan: Mezhdu Aushvicem i Babym Jarom. Razmyshlenija i issledovanija o Katastrofe (reviewed by Hans-Heinrich Nolte)