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Nizkor FAQs and Feature Reports for MS-DOS

Compressed with PKZIP for Windows
---------------------------------		Aktion Reinhard FAQ (RTF)		Aktion Reinhard FAQ (Word for Windows)  		Auschwitz FAQ Rich Text Format (RTF)  		Auschwitz FAQ Word for Windows Format (W4W)    		IHR/Carto FAQ (RTF)    		IHR/Carto FAQ (W4W)		Leuchter FAQ (W4W)		Leuchter FAQ (RTF)    	QAR Feature (RTF)	QAR Feature (RTF) in Spanish		QAR Feature (W4W)	QAR Feature (W4W) in Spanish		Aktion Reinhard FAQ in Word for Windows format.

auschfaq.rtf	Auschwitz FAQ (RTF)
ihrfaq.rtf		IHR/Carto FAQ (RTF) 
lfaqw4w.rtf		Leuchter FAQ (RTF)
qar.doc		    QAR Feature, Word for Windows *.DOC, v. 6.0c
qar.rtf			QAR Feature (RTF)

French and British collections of documents regarding the diplomatic 
prelude to WWII, courtesy The Pearl Harbour Working Group,            THE BRITISH WAR BLUE BOOK

                        AND THE OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES 
                        BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY ON SEPTEMBER 3, 1939                 DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS, (1938-1939) 
                        (Also known as The French Yellow Book) 
                        Papers relative to the events and negotiations which preceded 
                        the opening of hostilities between Germany on the one hand, 
                        and Poland, Great Britain and France on the other hand.            NAZI-SOVIET RELATIONS, 1939-1941 
                        Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Office. 

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