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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.


Boren, Adam. 2004. Journey Through The Inferno. Washington, DC: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and The Holocaust Survivors’ Memoirs Project.
Jesko, Edward J. 2006. A Journey Into Exile. New York: iUniverse, Inc.
Meirtchak, Benjamin. 2001. Jews-Officers In The Polish Armed Forces 1939-1945. Tel Aviv: Association of Jewish War Veterans of Polish Armies in Israel.
Bender, Sara. 2008. The Jews Of Bialystok During World War Ii And The Holocaust. Translated by Yaffa Murciano. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University Press.
Levin, Nora. 1998. The Jews In The Soviet Union Since 1917: Paradox Of Survival. Vol. 1. New York: New York University Press.
Schwarz, Solomon M. 1951. The Jews In The Soviet Union. New York: Syracuse University Press.
Grossmann, Atina. 2007. Jews, German, Allies: Close Encounters In Occupied Germany. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Grynberg, Henryk. 2001. The Jewish War And The Victory. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
Cichopek-Gajraj, Anna. 2014. Jewish Survivors In Poland And Slovakia, 1944-1948. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Tartakower, Arieh, and Kurt R. Grossman. 1944. The Jewish Refugee. New York: Institute of Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress and World Jewish Congress.
Kasperek, Agnieszka, Agnieszka Żmuda, and Sławomir Jacek Żurek, eds.. 2015. Jan Karski: Świadek, Emisariusz, Człowiek. Lublin: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II.