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and archival materials. After demobilization he joined its staff,
where he is still active as a research associate.
“He is one of the most prolific writers in modern Jewish
history. His first book, on the Jewish immigrants in France, was
published in 1936. Since then Szajkowski published a dozen books
and almost 250 papers on the history of Jews in France, Jewish
diplomacy, immigration, etc. His
Gazetteer
is the first book on the
Holocaust period.”