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GERMAN WORK REPORT
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written by World Woman's Christian Temperance Union; in Thirty-Fifth Report and Minutes of the Thirty-Third Convention (Melbourne, Victoria: World Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1995), 95-97
written by World Woman's Christian Temperance Union; in Thirty-Fifth Report and Minutes of the Thirty-Third Convention (Melbourne, Victoria: World Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1995), 95-97
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GERMANY
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written by Women's International Zionist Organization; in WIZO on the Continent of Europe: 1939-1946 (London, England: Women's International Zionist Organization, 1946), [1]-2
written by Women's International Zionist Organization; in WIZO on the Continent of Europe: 1939-1946 (London, England: Women's International Zionist Organization, 1946), [1]-2
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EUROPE
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written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Association Chronicles, 1855-1940 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: World's Young Women's Christian Association, 1940), 104-168
written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Association Chronicles, 1855-1940 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: World's Young Women's Christian Association, 1940), 104-168
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Jüdische Frauenarbeit in Deutschland
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written by World Congress of Jewish Women; in Weltkonferenz jüdischer Frauen: World Congress of Jewish Women, Hamburg, 3-6 juni 1929 (Hamburg, Hamburg State, 1929)
Program of the World Congress of Jewish Women, Hamburg, June 3-6, 1929. The program of the World Congress of Jewish Women begins with an introduction by Bettina Brenner, Chairwoman of the German Jewish Women’s Organization. The main goals of the Congress include systematic forms of cooperation and unity among...
written by World Congress of Jewish Women; in Weltkonferenz jüdischer Frauen: World Congress of Jewish Women, Hamburg, 3-6 juni 1929 (Hamburg, Hamburg State, 1929)
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Into Free Poland Via Germany
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written by Martha Chickering, fl. 1920 (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board, 1920), 25 page(s),
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written by Martha Chickering, fl. 1920 (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board, 1920), 25 page(s),
Source: archive.org
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Report of the Third Conference of the World's Young Women's Christian Association, Paris, May 16th-21st, 1906
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written by World's Young Women's Christian Association (London, England: Newnham, Cowell, and Gripper, 1906), 202 page(s)
written by World's Young Women's Christian Association (London, England: Newnham, Cowell, and Gripper, 1906), 202 page(s)
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Germany
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written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Report of the Second Conference, Geneva, 1902 (London, England: Wertheimer, Lea & Co., 1902)
written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Report of the Second Conference, Geneva, 1902 (London, England: Wertheimer, Lea & Co., 1902)
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GERMANY
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written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Report of the First Conference, London, June 14th-18th 1898. (London, England: Newnham and Company, 1898)
written by World's Young Women's Christian Association; in Report of the First Conference, London, June 14th-18th 1898. (London, England: Newnham and Company, 1898)
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written by Allgemeine Deutsche Frauen-Vereins; in Report of the International Council of Women, Assembled by the National Woman Suffrage Association, Washington, D.C., U. S. of America, (District of Columbia: National Woman Suffrage Association, 1888), 219-220
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