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Aronson, Gregor. 1969. The Jewish Question During The Stalin Era. In Russian Jewry: 1917-1967, edited by Gregor Aronson, Frumkin, Jacob, Goldenweiser, Alexis, and Lewitan, Joseph. Russian Jewry: 1917-1967. New York: Thomas Yoseloff.
Shlomi, Hanna. 1991. The ‘Jewish Organising Committee’ In Moscow And The ‘Jewish Central Committee’ In Warsaw, June 1945-February 1946: Tackling Repatriation. 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.
Siewierski, Henryk. 1991. Jewish Issues In The Polish Literature Of Exile In The Ussr. 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.
Szaynok, Bożena. 2008. The Jewish Issue In The Politics Of The Communists In Poland, 1949-1953. 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.
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.
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.
Slezkine, Yuri. 1993. Introduction: Siberia As History. In Between Heaven And Hell: The Myth Of Siberia In Russian Culture, edited by Galya Diment and Slezkine, Yuri. Between Heaven And Hell: The Myth Of Siberia In Russian Culture. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Kichelewski, Audrey. 2018. In Or Out?: Identities And Images Of Poland Among Polish Jews In The Postwar Years. In New Directions In The History Of The Jews In Polish Lands, edited by Antony Polonsky, Wegrzynek, Hanna, and Żbikowski, Andrzej. New Directions In The History Of The Jews In Polish Lands. Boston: Academic Studies Press.
Grynberg, Henryk. 2017. In Defense Of Eyewitness Testimonies: Reflections Of A Writer And Child Survivor Of The Holocaust. In Jewish Families In Europe, 1939-Present: History, Representation, And Memory, edited by Joanna Beata Michlic. Jewish Families In Europe, 1939-Present: History, Representation, And Memory. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University Press.
Berendt, Grzegorz. 2014. The Impact Of The 1956 Liberalization Of Poland’s Political System On The Jewish Population. In Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010, edited by Feliks Tych and Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika. Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press.
Goldlust, John. 2017. Identity Profusions: Bio-Historical Journeys From ‘Polish Jew’/ ‘Jewish Pole’ Through ‘Soviet Citizen’ To ‘Holocaust Survivor’. In Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union, edited by Mark Edele, Fitzpatrick, Sheila, and Grossmann, Atina. Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.
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.
Koźmińska-Frejlak, Ewa. 2015. I’m Going To The Oven Because I Wouldn’t Give Myself To Him’: The Role Of Gender In The Polish Jewish Civic Court. In Jewish Honor Courts: Revenge, Retribution, And Reconciliation In Europe And Israel After The Holocaust, edited by Laura Jockusch and Finder, Gabriel N.. Jewish Honor Courts: Revenge, Retribution, And Reconciliation In Europe And Israel After The Holocaust. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.
Adler, Eliyana R. 2021. I Became A Nomad In The Land Of Nomadic Tribes: Polish Jewish Refugees In Central Asia And Perceptions Of The Other. In Jews And Non-Jews In The Ussr During The Second World War, edited by Christoph Dieckmann and Zeltser, Arkadi. Jews And Non-Jews In The Ussr During The Second World War. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press.
Zeltser, Arkadi. 2014. How The Jewish Intelligentsia Created The Jewishness Of The Jewish Hero: The Soviet Yiddish Press. In Soviet Jews In World War Ii, edited by Harriet Murav and Estraikh, Gennady. Soviet Jews In World War Ii. Boston: Academic Studies Press.
Stankowski, Albert. 2014. How Many Polish Jews Survived The Holocaust?. In Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010, edited by Feliks Tych and Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika. Jewish Presence In Absence: The Aftermath Of The Holocaust In Poland, 1944-2010. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Michlic, Joanna B. 2005. The Holocaust And Its Aftermath As Perceived In Poland: Voices Of Polish Intellectuals, 1945-1947. In The Jews Are Coming Back: The Return Of The Jews To Their Countries Of Origin After Wwii, edited by David Bankier. The Jews Are Coming Back: The Return Of The Jews To Their Countries Of Origin After Wwii. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Ofer, Dalia. 1998. Gender Issues In Diaries And Testimonies Of The Ghetto: The Case Of Warsaw. In Women In The Holocaust, edited by Dalia Ofer and Weitzman, Lenore. Women In The Holocaust. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Jolluck, Katherine R. 2005. Gender And Antisemitism In Wartime Soviet Exile. In Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland, edited by Robert Blobaum. Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Nesselrodt, Markus. 2014. From Russian Winters To Munich Summers: Dps And The Story Of Survival In The Soviet Union. In Freilegungen: Displaced Persons—Leben Im Transit: Überlebende Zwischen Repatriierung, Rehabilitation Und Neuanfang, edited by Rebecca Boehling, Urban, Susanne, and Bienart, René. Freilegungen: Displaced Persons—Leben Im Transit: Überlebende Zwischen Repatriierung, Rehabilitation Und Neuanfang. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag.
Ofer, Dalia. 1998. From Illegal Immigrants To New Immigrants: The Cyprus Detainees, 1946-1949. In The Holocaust And History: The Known, The Unknown, The Disputed And The Reexamined, edited by Michael Berenbaum and Peck, Abraham J.. The Holocaust And History: The Known, The Unknown, The Disputed And The Reexamined. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Belsky, Natalie. 2017. Fraught Friendships: Soviet Jews And Polish Jews On The Soviet Home Front. In Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union, edited by Mark Edele, Fitzpatrick, Sheila, and Grossmann, Atina. Shelter From The Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival In The Soviet Union. Detroit: Wayne State Univeristy Press.
Zessin-Jurek, Lidia. 2015. Forgotten Memory? Vicissitudes Of The Gulag Remembrance In Poland. In Life Writing And Politics In Eastern Europe, edited by Simona Mitroiu. Life Writing And Politics In Eastern Europe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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.
Jockusch, Laura. 2010. A Folk Monument To Our Destruction And Heroism: Jewish Historical Commissions In The Displaced Persons Camps Of Germany, Austria, And Italy. 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.

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