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Aronson, Gregor. 1969. The Jewish Question During The Stalin Era. In Russian Jewry: 1917-1967, edited by Gregor Aronson, Frumkin, Jacob, Goldenweiser, Alexis, and Lewitan, Joseph. Russian Jewry: 1917-1967. New York: Thomas Yoseloff.

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Bender, Sara. 2008. The Jews Of Bialystok During World War Ii And The Holocaust. Translated by Yaffa Murciano. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University Press.
Boren, Adam. 2004. Journey Through The Inferno. Washington, DC: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and The Holocaust Survivors’ Memoirs Project.
Budnitskii, Oleg. 2014. Jews At War: Diaries From The Front. In Soviet Jews In World War Ii, edited by Harriet Murav and Estraikh, Gennady. Soviet Jews In World War Ii. Boston: Academic Studies Press.

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Finder, Gabriel N. 2015. Judenrat On Trial: Postwar Polish Jewry Sits In Judgment Of Its Wartime Leadership. In Jewish Honor Courts: Revenge, Retribution, And Reconciliation In Europe And Israel After The Holocaust, edited by Laura Jockusch and Finder, Gabriel N.. Jewish Honor Courts: Revenge, Retribution, And Reconciliation In Europe And Israel After The Holocaust. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.

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Goldberg, Amos. 2012. The ‘Jewish Narrative’ In The Yad Vashem Global Holocaust Museum. Journal Of Genocide Research, Journal of Genocide Research, 14 (2).
Grabski, August. 2014. Jews And Political Life In Poland From1944-1949. In Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010, edited by Feliks Tych and Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika. Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Grabski, August, and Albert Stankowski. 2014. Jewish Religious Life In Poland After The Holocaust. In Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010, edited by Feliks Tych and Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika. Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Grabski, August, and Martyna Rusiniak. 2008. Jewish Communists After The Holocaust And The Language Of Polish Jewry. In Under The Red Banner: Yiddish Culture In The Communist Countries In The Post-War Era, edited by Elvira Grözinger and Ruta, Magdalena. Under The Red Banner: Yiddish Culture In The Communist Countries In The Post-War Era. Weisbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
Grossmann, Atina. 2007. Jews, German, Allies: Close Encounters In Occupied Germany. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Grossmann, Atina. 2017. Jewish Refugees In Soviet Central Asia, Iran, And India: Lost Memories Of Displacement, Trauma, And Rescue. In Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union, edited by Mark Edele, Fitzpatrick, Sheila, and Grossmann, Atina. Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.
Grynberg, Henryk. 2001. The Jewish War And The Victory. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
Gutman, Israel. 1977. Jews In General Anders’ Army In The Soviet Union. Yad Vashem Studies, Yad Vashem Studies, 22.

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Jesko, Edward J. 2006. A Journey Into Exile. New York: iUniverse, Inc.

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Levin, Nora. 1998. The Jews In The Soviet Union Since 1917: Paradox Of Survival. Vol. 1. New York: New York University Press.
Litvak, Yosef. 1997. Jewish Refugees From Poland In The Ussr, 1939-1944. In Bitter Legacy: Confronting The Holocaust In The Ussr, edited by Zvi Gitelman. Bitter Legacy: Confronting The Holocaust In The Ussr. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.

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Nussbaum, Kalman (Klemens). 1972. Jews In The Polish Army In The Ussr 1943-1944. Soviet Jewish Affairs, Soviet Jewish Affairs, 2 (1).

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