Zosa Szajkowski
Zosa Szajkowski (born Yehoshua or Shayke Frydman) (10 January 1911, Zareby, Poland – 26 September 1978, New York) was a Jewish French-American historian born in Poland, whose work is important in Jewish Historiography, the transfer of Jewish archives to the United States, and who was condemned for thefts of documents.

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Zosa Szajkowski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zosa Szajkowski (born Yehoshua or Shayke Frydman) (10 January 1911, Poland – 26 September 1978, New York) was a Jewish French-American historian ...
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Rescue or Theft? Zosa Szajkowski and the Salvaging of ... - Jstor
Zosa Szajkowski and the Salvaging of French. Jewish History after. World War II. Lisa Moses Leff. AbstrAct. From 1940 to 1961, the Jewish historian Zosa ...
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Zosa Szajkowski - Guide to the YIVO Archives
Pen name of Shaike Frydman. Jewish historian, archivist, research associate at the YIVO Institute from 1945 to 1978. Szajkowski wrote on a wide variety of ...
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Zosa Szajkowski - Tablet Magazine – Jewish News and Politics ...
Apr 17, 2013 ... Did Zosa Szajkowski save precious documents from the Nazis, or did he steal the cultural patrimony of French Jews? By Lisa Leff|April 17, ...
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Zosa Szajkowski and the Transfer of French-Jewish Archives to the US
Szajko Frydman, who later became known by his nom de plume as Zosa Szajkowski, was born in 1911 in the Polish town of Zareby.2 At the age of 16 he moved ...
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Szajkowski, Zosa (1911-1978) | Brandeis University
Historical Note: Zosa Szajkowski, born Yehoshua/Shayke Frydman in Poland in 1911, was a prolific scholar of Jewish history and historiography. During and ...
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Zosa Szajkowski | LibraryThing
Works by Zosa Szajkowski: Jews and the French Revolutions of 1789, 1830 and 1848, Analytical Franco-Jewish Gazetteer, 1939-1945, AN ILLUSTRATED ...
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Profiles in Combat - The New York Sun
Oct 11, 2007 ... Zosa Szajkowski was an entrenched presence there, a gnome-like man with a talent for instantly alienating almost everyone he came in contact ...
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Professor Jonathan Sarna from Brandeis University wrote in 2006 the following about Zosa Szajkowski: The death of Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg this week called to ...
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"La Collection du Consistoire français a été acquise par les Archives de la Yeshiva University de Szajko Frydman (aussi connu comme Zosa Szajkowski) à une ...
Szajkowski, Zosa (1911-1978) | Brandeis University
Historical Note: Zosa Szajkowski, born Yehoshua/Shayke Frydman in Poland in 1911, was a prolific scholar of Jewish history and historiography. During and ...
The Book Thief - Tablet Magazine
Apr 17, 2013 ... In 1968, Victor Berch, the Special Collections librarian at Brandeis University, was approached by the historian Zosa Szajkowski, who had a ...
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Sep 27, 2012 ... University unendowed fellowship, University of Chicago. 1993-96. WORK IN PROGRESS. “The Archive Handler: Zosa Szajkowski and the ...
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University unendowed fellowship, University of Chicago. 1993-96. BOOKS and VOLUME EDITING. “The Archive Handler: Zosa Szajkowski and the Salvaging of ...
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On Monday, October 26th, Dr. Lisa Moses Leff, Associate Professor of History at American University, will tell the story of Zosa Szajkowski, historian and archive ...
Brandeis Special Collections Spotlight: June 2011
Jun 30, 2011 ... Heartfelt thanks to Professor Lisa Leff of American University for sharing her remarkable research and insight into Zosa Szajkowski, and to ...
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l'Archivista: Sunday reading: rescue, thievery, and the archival salvage heap
Oh, the things you find when you're procrastinating on the Internet. I was avoiding working on upcoming presentation when I came across "The Book Thief," a thought-provoking Tablet article by historian Lisa Leff.
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cataloging snowflakes & questioning authorities: where are your papers?
The recent article about Zosa Szajkowski has been rolling around in my brain for weeks, and my friend (P. ) did the work of articulating why in her email, quoted below: Thank you very much for passing along the Zosa Szajkowski article.
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Brandeis Special Collections Spotlight: Consistoire Central Israélite de France collection
Tweet Pin It Containing seven linear feet of French Consistory materials and two linear feet of international Judaica, the Consistoire Central Israélite de France collection at Brandeis provides a sweeping view of the French Jewish community from the mid-eighteenth through the first third of the twentieth century. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of this collection is its provenance and relation to an ongoing debate in the academic world regarding the line between preservation and appropriation.
brandeisspecialcollections.blogspot.com/2011/06/consistoire.html
PhiloBiblos: Links & Reviews
- Over at The Collation, Sarah Werner rounds up all the available online facsimiles of the First Folio (there are eight, by her count). - A fire at the National Library of Wales this week led to water damage throughout the part of the building where the fire occurred (which houses office space and new acquisitions, not the bulk of the library's collections).
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Microfilm | American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives
Preserving the historical record of the Jewish community of Greater Boston and New England
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Sunday Links | Shelf Love
live mines and duds: the reading life
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Tablet Magazine – Jewish News and Politics, Jewish Arts and Culture, Jewish Life and Religion
Tablet Magazine - A New Read on Jewish Life
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Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog: Index: Jewish history and literature articles, 1665-1900
The Jewish Theological Seminary library blog, JTSLibrary Takeaway, offers interesting items. This recent post concerns a 19th century index of printed articles that might help your search.
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