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Urban, Stuart, ed.. 2008. Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead. U.K.: Cyclops.
Urban, Garri S. 2006. Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead. 2nd ed. Great Britain: Cyclops Vision Limited.
Unger, Michal. 1998. The Status And Plight Of Women In The Lodz Ghetto. In Women In The Holocaust, edited by Dalia Ofer and Weitzman, Lenore. Women In The Holocaust. New Haven: Yale University Press.


Tuan, Yi-fu. 1977. Space And Place: The Perspective Of Experience. Minneapolis: Univerisity of Minnesota Press.
Trunk, Isaiah. 1982. The Historian Of The Holocaust At Yivo. Edited by Bernard Rosenberg and Goldstein, Ernest. Creators And Disturbers: Reminiscences By Jewish Intellectuals Of New York. Creators And Disturbers: Reminiscences By Jewish Intellectuals Of New York. New York: Columbia University Press.
Tolochko, Dmitrii. 2006. Polish Refugees In Eastern Belorussia, 1939-1941. Jews In Russia And Eastern Europe, Jews in Russia and Eastern Europe, 1 (56).
Terlicki, Ryszard. 1991. The Jewish Issue In The Polish Army In The Ussr And The Near East, 1941-1944. In Jews In Eastern Poland And The Ussr, 1939-46, edited by Norman Davies and Polonsky, Antony. Jews In Eastern Poland And The Ussr, 1939-46. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Temkin, Hanna. 2023. My Involuntary Journeys: A Memoir. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press.
Tec, Nechama. 1984. Dry Tears: The Story Of A Lost Childhood. New York: Oxford University Press.
Rabbi Tchorsh, Katriel F., and Meir Korzen, eds.. 1967. Vlotslavek Un Umgegnt: Yizker-Bukh. Israel: Farband yotsai Vlotslsavek un umgegnt in Yisroel un Fareynikte Shtatn fun Amerike.
Taube, Herman. 2002. Looking Back Going Forward: New And Selected Poems. Takoma Park, Maryland: Dryad Press.
Taube, Herman. 1992. Autumn Travels: Devious Paths: Poetry And Prose. Washington, D.C.: Dryad Press.
Taube, Herman. 1993. Kyzl Kishlak: Refugee Village. Washington, D.C.: Olami 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.