Dietzgen: Iosif (1828-1888) i Eugenie (1862-1930). Fond 214, 1867-1943, 1867-1913.

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Dietzgen, Iosif, 1828-1888. 880-01 Dietzgen: Iosif (1828-1888) i Eugenie (1862-1930). Fond 214, 1867-1943, 1867-1913.

Dietzgen: Iosif (1828-1888) i Eugenie (1862-1930). Fond 214, 1867-1943, 1867-1913.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Pisʹma I. Dit︠s︡gena: A. Gepneru, F.A. Zorge, L. Kugelʹmanu, i dr.

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