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Contents of the Fortnightly Review

Contents of the Fortnightly Review

from the commencement to the end of volume XXIV : (December 1878).

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Published by Chapman and Hall in London .
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This New Series of The Fortnightly Review is an editorial experiment, as was the Fortnightly at its inception. In the case of this series (more precisely the third series of the periodical; a “new series” first appeared in Januaryreflecting the change in publication frequency to a monthly), the experiment is in the use of a new.

Contents. The Black Book of Polish Jewry is a compendium of information collected and summarized from the plethora of already available sources including The Polish Fortnightly Review series published by the Polish Ministry of Information, the heavily-censored Gazeta Żydowska published in occupied Poland, as well as depositions of refugees who managed to Author: Jacob Apenszlak, Jacob Kenner, Isaac Lewin, Moses Polakiewicz.

Publishing history: For information on Chapman & Hall’s Fortnightly Review please consult Mrs Courtney’s history of the Fortnightly here. The New Series was launched online in by Prof Anthony O’Hear and Denis Boyles. Editors and contributors: A list appears here. Postal address for review copies, discs and other material.

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