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2019

Spiegel, Renia. 2019. Renia's Diary. New York: St. Martin's Press.

2016

Zessin-Jurek, Lidia. 2016. The Rise Of An East European Community Of Memory? On Lobbying For The Gulag Memory Via Brussels. In Memory And Change In Europe: Eastern Perspectives, edited by Małgorzata Pakier and Wawrzyniak, Joanna. Memory And Change In Europe: Eastern Perspectives. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books.

2014

Wegrzyn, Ewa. 2014. Reasons For Emigration Of Jews From Poland In 1956-1959. In Postwar Jewish Displacement And Rebirth, 1945-1967, edited by Françoise S. Ouzan and Gerstenfeld, Manfred. Postwar Jewish Displacement And Rebirth, 1945-1967. Leiden: Brill.
Byford, Jovan. 2014. Remembering Jasenovac: Survivor Testimonies And The Cultural Dimension Of Bearing Witness. Holocaust And Genocide Studies, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 28 (1).
Skibińska, Alina. 2014. The Return Of Jewish Holocaust Survivors And The Reaction Of The Polish Population.. 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.

2013

Gross, Magdalena H. 2013. Reclaiming The Nation: Polish Schooling In Exile During The Second World War. History Of Education Quarterly, History of Education Quarterly, 53 (3).

2010

Dwork, Debórah. 2010. Refugee Jews And The Holocaust: Luck, Fortuitous Circumstances, And Timing. In Wer Bleibt, Opfert Seine Jahre, Vielleicht Sein Leben“: Deutsche Juden 1938-1941, edited by Susanne Heim, Meyer, Beate, and Nicosia, Francis R.. Wer Bleibt, Opfert Seine Jahre, Vielleicht Sein Leben“: Deutsche Juden 1938-1941. Hamburg: Wallstein Verlag.
Cohen, Boaz. 2010. Representing The Experiences Of Children In The Holocaust: Children’s Survivor Testimonies Published In Fun Letsten Hurbn, Munich, 1946-49. In We Are Here”: New Approaches To Jewish Displaced Persons In Postwar Germany, edited by Avinoam J. Patt and Berkowitz, Michael. We Are Here”: New Approaches To Jewish Displaced Persons In Postwar Germany. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.

2008

Ro'i, Yaacov. 2008. The Religious Life Of The Bukharan Jewish Community In Soviet Central Asia After World War Ii. In Bukharan Jews In The 20Th Century: History, Experience And Narration, edited by Ingeborg Baldauf, Grammer, Moshe, and Loy, Thomas. Bukharan Jews In The 20Th Century: History, Experience And Narration. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.

2007

Cherry, Robert, and Annamaria Orla-Bukowska, eds.. 2007. Rethinking Poles And Jews: Troubled Past, Brighter Future. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

2006

Weeks, Theodore R. 2006. Reopening Vilnius, 1939-1949. In Population Displacement In Lithuania In The Twentieth Century: Experiences, Identities And Legacies, edited by Tomas Balkelis and Davoliūtė, Violeta. Population Displacement In Lithuania In The Twentieth Century: Experiences, Identities And Legacies. Leiden: Brill Rodopi.

2005

Ro'i, Yaacov. 2005. The Reconstruction Of Jewish Communities In The Ussr, 1944-1947. In The Jews Are Coming Back: The Return Of Jews To Their Countries Of Origin After Wwii, edited by David Bankier. The Jews Are Coming Back: The Return Of Jews To Their Countries Of Origin After Wwii. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Aleksiun, Natalia. 2005. Rescuing A Memory And Constructing A History Of Polish Jewry: Jews In Poland 1944-1950. Jews In Russia And Eastern Europe, Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe, , no. 43832.
Szaynok, Bożena. 2005. The Role Of Antisemitism In Postwar Polish-Jewish Relations. In Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland, edited by Robert Blobaum. Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

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