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From: anny@ix.netcom.com(Annie Alpert)
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Subject: Re: Four million in the Black Book.  Citation please.
Date: 16 Aug 1996 21:08:40 GMT
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In <4v19qm$3vo@juliana.sprynet.com> rblackmore@juno.com writes: 
>
>I also have a Black Book:  1943 edition, Roy Publishers, New York.
>
1943?? What book are you talking about?  The war wasn't over until 1945
and the Black Book we are discussing is published by the Jewish Black
Book Committee.  It is a first edition.  Nothing you quoted was on the
pages you listed.
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