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Friedländer, Saul. 2009. Nazi Germany And The Jews, 1933-1945. Translated by Orna Kenan. New York: Harper Perennial.
Goldkorn, Yosef. 1998. Na-Ve-Nad Eibar Di Shlyakh Fun Rusland. Tel Aviv: H. Leivik Publishing House.
Pollin-Galay, Hannah. 2016. Naming The Criminal: Lithuanian Jews Remember Perpetrators. Holocaust And Genocide Studies, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 30 (3).
Hartglas, Apolinary. 1996. Na Pograniczu Dwóch Światów. Edited by Jolanta Żyndul. Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza.

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Zaremba, Marcin. 2011. The Myth Of Ritual Murder In Post-War Poland: Pathology And Hypotheses. Polin: Studies In Polish Jewry, Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, 23.
Davidson, Simon. 1981. My War Years, 1939-1945. Translated by Marie Morgens. San Antonio: University of Texas.
Kaminska, Ida. 1973. My Life, My Theater. Edited by Curt Leviant. Translated by Curt Leviant. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.
Temkin, Hanna. 2023. My Involuntary Journeys: A Memoir. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press.
Erlichson, Yitzhak. 2013. My Four Years In Soviet Russia. Translated by Maurice Wolfthal. Boston: Academic Studies Press.
Wat, Aleksander. 1988. My Century: The Odyssey Of A Polish Intellectual. Edited by Richard Lourie. Translated by Richard Lourie. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Langfield, Michele, and Pam Maclean. 2009. Multiple Framings: Survivor And Non-Survivor Interviews In Holocaust Video Testimony. In Memories Of Mass Repression: Narrating Life Stories In The Aftermath Of Atrocity, edited by Nancy Adler, Leydesdorff, Selma, Chamberlain, Mary, and Neyzi, Leyla. Memories Of Mass Repression: Narrating Life Stories In The Aftermath Of Atrocity. New Brunswick, New Jersey and London: Transaction Publishers.
Cohen, Natan. 2008. Motives For The Emigration Of Yiddish Writers From Poland (1944-1948). In Under The Red Banner: Yiddish Culture In The Communist Countries In The Postwar Era, edited by Elvira Grözinger and Ruta, Magdalena. Under The Red Banner: Yiddish Culture In The Communist Countries In The Postwar Era. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
Cramsey, Sarah. 2014. The Most Significant Spot In Europe’: How The ‘Ethnic Revolution’ Of Thousands And 130,000 Polish Jews Arrived In Náchod, Czechoslovakia In 1946. In Demographic Changes In Poland, Germany And Europe: History, Linkages And New Research Perspectives, edited by T. Buchen, Keck-Szajbel, M., and Kowalski, K.. Demographic Changes In Poland, Germany And Europe: History, Linkages And New Research Perspectives.
Sfard, David. 1984. Mit Zikh Un Mit Andere [With Myself And With Others]. Jerusalem: Farlag “Yerusholaimer almanakh".
Estraikh, Gennady. 2016. The Missing Years: Yiddish Writers In Soviet Bialystok, 1939-41. European Jewish Affairs, European Jewish Affairs, 46 (2).
Adler, Eliyana R. 2018. The Miracle Of Hanukkah And Other Orthodox Tales Of Survival In Soviet Exile During World War Ii. Dapim: Studies In The Holocaust, Dapim: Studies in the Holocaust, 32 (3).
Kaminska, Ruth Turkow. 1979. Mink Coats And Barbed Wire. London: Collins and Harvill Press.

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