Segal, Simon (ca. 1900-ca. 1972). Papers.

Title: Simon Segal
Inclusive Dates: 1920s-1967
ID: RG 679
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3'4"; 8 5"lgl
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The papers are arranged in 5 series: I) Personal documents & Corres. (folders 1-19); II) Materials pertaining to the book "The New Poland and The Jews" (20-39); III) S. Segal's Misc. manuscripts on Poland; Articles on Poland by other Authors; Documents on the situation of the Jews in Poland in the 1930's; Clippings (40-134); IV) Materials on International Law (135-142); V) Miscellaneous (143-153)
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Author, scholar of international affairs.  Affiliated with the Foreign Policy Association.  On the staff of the American Jewish Committee.  Obtained a Doctor of Laws degree at the Universite de Paris a la Sorbonne.  Born in Poland. Came to the U.S. in 1935 on a research fellowship of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.  Settled in the U.S.
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Inventory: English, 8 pp., typed

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