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Gilboa, Yehoshua A. 1968. Confess! Confess! Eight Years In Soviet Prisons. Translated by Dov Ben Aba. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Neweroff, Alexander. 1973. City Of Bread. Westport, Connecticut: Hyperion Press, Inc.
Dwork, Debórah. 1991. Children With A Star: Jewish Youth In Nazi Europe. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Grynberg, Henryk. 1997. Children Of Zion. Translated by Jacqueline Mitchell. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
Ajzen, Chaim. 2001. Chaim Ajzen Remembers. Melborne, Australia: self-published.
Gitelman, Zvi. 2001. A Century Of Ambivalence: The Jews Of Russia And The Soviet Union, 1881 To The Present. 2nd ed. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
Honigsman, Y. A. 1997. The Catastrophe Of Jewry In Lvov. Lvov: Sholom-Aleichem Jewish Society of Culture.
Milch, Baruch. 2003. Can Heaven Be Void?. Edited by Shosh Milch-Avigal. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Zable, Arnold. 2001. Cafe Scheherazade. Melbourne, Australia: Text Publishing.
Sieradzki, Mietek. 2002. By A Twist Of History: The Three Lives Of A Polish Jew. London and Portland, Oregon: Vallentine Mitchell.
Wanner, Catherine. 1998. Burden Of Dreams: History And Identity In Post-Soviet Ukraine. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press.
Steinlauf, Michael. 1997. Bondage To The Dead: Poland And The Memory Of The Holocaust. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.
Weinrauch, Herschel. 1950. Blut Af Der Zun: Yidn In Sovet-Rusland. Brooklyn: Farlag “Mensh un Yid”.
Starkiewicz, Helena. 1998. Blades Of Grass Between The Stones. Melbourne: H. Starkiewicz.
Gilboa, Yehoshua. 1971. The Black Years Of Soviet Jewry: 1939-1953. Translated by Yosef Shachter and Ben-Abba, Dov. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.