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Lanckorońska, Karolina

LC control no.n 80001031
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Personal name headingLanckorońska, Karolina
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Variant(s)Lanckorońska, Carolina, 1898-2002
Lanckorońska, Caroline, 1898-2002
Other standard no.122554140
Associated countryAustria Poland Italy
Associated placeLemberg (Austria)
LocatedRome (Italy)
Birth date1898-08-11
Death date2002-08-25
Place of birthGars am Kamp (Austria)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
AffiliationPolski Instytut Historyczny w Rzymie
Profession or occupationPhilanthropists Historians
Found inStudies on the Roman-Slavonic rite in Poland, 1961: title page (Karolina Lanckorońska)
Documenta ex Archivo Regiomontano ad Poloniam spectantia. Tomus 1, 1973: title page (ed. Carolina Lanckorońska)
Wspomnienia wojenne, 2001: title page (Karolina Lanckorońska) back cover (born 1898)
Souvenirs de Ravensbrück, 1945: title page (Caroline Lanckorońska)
Szkice wspomnień, 2005: title page (Karolina Lanckorońska) back cover (died 2002)
Polish Wikipedia, viewed January 13, 2022 (Karolina Lanckorońska)
English Wikipedia, viewed January 13, 2022 (Karolina Lanckorońska; Countess Karolina Maria Adelajda Franciszka Ksawera Małgorzata Edina Lanckorońska; Polish aristocrat; born August 11, 1898, in Gars am Kamp, Lower Austria, as the daughter of Karl Lanckoroński, Graf (Count) Brzezie; died August 25, 2002, in Rome, Italy; World War II resistance fighter, philanthropist, and historian)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online catalog, viewed January 13, 2022 (authorized access point: Lanckorońska, Karolina; other data in authority record: Polish art collector and historian; born 1898 in Buchberg am Kamp (a town section of Gars am Kamp); died 2002 in Rome; active in Lemberg (now Lʹviv, Ukraine); after 1945, she lived in Rome, where she was director of the Polish Historical Institute of Rome from 1976 to 1993)
Associated languagepol fre eng