8, 1917, 1-2; Nation, November 8, 1917, 500; Zosa
Szajkowski, Jews, Wars, and Communism: The Attitude of American Jews in World War I, the Russian Revolutions of 1917, and Communism (1914-1945) (New York: Ktav, 1972), 1: 153-55.
De Sas Kropiwnicki, Proposal: Emergency Assistance to Migrant Children in Musina, Limpopo, (on file with author) (2008); Chrobok, supra note 3.
Szajkowski, "An Autodafe against the Jews of Toulouse in 1685," Jewish Quarterly Review, n.
Szajkowski commented, "The principle of every European committee was to facilitate the migration of refugees, but not to their own country.
For a partial bibliography, see Zosa
Szajkowski, Franco-Judaica: An Analytical Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, Decrees, Briefs and Other Printed Documents Pertaining to the Jews in France, 1500-1788 (New York, 1962), pp.
Grinstein, David de Sola Pool, and Zosa
The graduates were four former mayors in Leyte namely Loreto Yu of Alang-Alang, Alden Avestruz of Barugo, Fe Renomeron of Burauen, and Manuel Sia-que of Dulag, Leyte; and the present mayors, Gemma Zosa
It soon became apparent that this was not the first time Zosa
Szajkowski had procured documents by questionable means.
Orville Clark Roa Zosa
, 21, is newly graduated from Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in business management, minor in enterprise development.
Olenka De Sas Kropiwnicki is a senior lecturer in development studies at the University of Johannesburg.
July 27 celebrators: Cynthia Ugalde Tan, Penny Zosa
, Mila Reyes, Kim delos Santos, Lily T.