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Clifford, Rebecca. 2017. Who Is A Survivor? Child Holocaust Survivors And The Development Of A Generational Identity. Oral History Forum D’histoire Orale, Oral History Forum d’histoire orale, , no. 37.
Cohen, Boaz, and Gabriel N. Finder. 2017. I Will Not Be Believed’: Benjamin Tenenbaum And The Representation Of The Child Survivor. In Jewish Families In Europe, 1939-Present, edited by Joanna Beata Michlic. Jewish Families In Europe, 1939-Present. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University Press.
Cohen, Boaz. 2007. The Children’s Voice: Postwar Collection Of Testimonies From Child Survivors Of The Holocaust. Holocaust And Genocide Studies, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 21 (1).
Cohen, Boaz. 2013. Israeli Holocaust Research: Birth And Evolution. Translated by Agnes Vazsonyi. London and New York: Routledge.
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.
Cohen, Gerson D. 1991. Esau As Symbol In Early Medieval Thought. In Studies In The Variety Of Rabbinic Cultures. Studies In The Variety Of Rabbinic Cultures. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America.
Cohen, Eliezer Tsvi. 2000. Bene Ha-‘Ayarah Mesaprim. Bnei Brak: Yotse Horodlo be-erets Yisra‘el.
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.
Cohn, Robert L. 2011. Israel In Poland: A Forgotten Moment In Postwar History. European Judaism, European Judaism, 44 (2).
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.
Czapski, Joseph. 1987. The Inhuman Land. Translated by Gerald Hopkins. London: Polish Cultural Foundation.
Czaykowski, Bogdan. 1991. Soviet Policies In The Literary Sphere: Their Effects And Implications. In The Soviet Takeover Of The Polish Eastern Provinces, 1939-41, edited by Keith Sword. The Soviet Takeover Of The Polish Eastern Provinces, 1939-41. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Czerniakewicz, Jan. 1987. Repatriacja Ludności Polskiej Z Zsrr 1944-1948. Warsaw: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.

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Davidson, Simon. 1981. My War Years, 1939-1945. Translated by Marie Morgens. San Antonio: University of Texas.
Davies, Norman. 1982. God’s Playground: A History Of Poland. Vol. 2. New York: Columbia University Press.
Davoliūtė, Violeta. 2006. A ‘Forgotten’ History Of Soviet Deportation: The Case Of The Lithuanian Jews. 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.
Dekel, Mikhal. 2019. Tehran Children: A Holocaust Refugee Odyssey. New York: W.W. Norton & Compan.
Diner, Dan. 2012. Topography Of Interpretation: Reviewing Timothy Snyder’s Bloodlands. Contemporary European History, Contemporary European History, 21 (2).

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