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Unknown Kreis Beuthen Land

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02766.044 Author/Creator: Unknown Place Written: s.l. Type: Typed manuscript Date: Pagination: 21 p. ; 22 x 34 cm.

Summary of Content: Beginning with a description of their arrival in Beuthen Land, followed by the installation of their offices. A description of the situation at hand : a Polish insurrection in Upper Silesia had been suppressed by Germany. The Laundrat's methods are included in another section. The details of their work: issuing passports is highlighted. The problems they encountered including a miners' strike are mentioned. A bomb was thrown another time resulting int he beating of a doctor mistakenly identified as the culprit. Pages may be missing.


Historical Era: Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929

Subjects: Global History and US Foreign PolicyMilitary HistoryGovernment and CivicsWeaponryRebellionMobs and RiotsMiningLaborOrganized LaborLawInjury or WoundHealth and MedicalPrisoner

Sub Era: World War I

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