Roman Blit
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Brief Description: Correspondence between Roman Blit, in New York, and friends and relatives in Poland, but mostly with his brother, Lucjan Blit, who after his release from Soviet prisons, ended up in London, where he established himself as a journalist and lecturer at the London School of Economics. Roman maintained close relationships with Polish emigree groups in New York City, particularly with a group of Polish Socialist Party (PPS) members, while Lucjan had extensive connections with socialist exile groups in London.  Clippings. Pocket diaries, 1942-1949. List of Jewish families in Poland wishing to emigrate. Registration for military service in Polish Consulate, NYC, 1941. Biography (outline), 1942. Photographs.
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YIVO Online Guide
Record Series Number: RG 1476/RG 1476
Created by: Blit, Lucjan, Blit, Roman A.
Volume: 0.0
Subject Index
Ghettos, Holocaust
Great Britain
Holocaust and Aftermath
Immigration and Emigration
Military service
Politics and Political Parties
United States
Acquisition Notes: Transferred from the Bund Archives of the Jewish Labor Movement to YIVO, 1992
Finding Aid Revisions: R.N., 8/29/12
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