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Porat, Dina. 2008. First Testimonies Of The Holocaust: The Problematic Nature Of Conveying And Absorbing Them, And The Reaction In The Yishuv. In Holocaust Historiography In Context: Emergence, Challenges, Polemics And Achievements, edited by David Bankier and Michman, Dan. Holocaust Historiography In Context: Emergence, Challenges, Polemics And Achievements. Jerusalem and New York: Yad Vashem and Berghahn Books.
Stola, Dariusz. 2004. Fighting Against The Shadows: The Anti-Zionist Campaign Of 1968. In Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland, edited by Robert Blobaum. Antisemitism And Its Opponents In Modern Poland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Gerson, Judith. 2012. Family Matters: German Jewish Masculinities Among Nazi Era Refugees. In Jewish Masculinities: German Jews, Gender, And History, edited by Benjamin Maria Maria Baader, Gillerman, Sharon, and Lerner, Paul. Jewish Masculinities: German Jews, Gender, And History. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
Pinchuk, Ben Cion. 2003. Facing Hitler And Stalin: On The Subject Of Jewish “Collaboration” In Soviet-Occupied Eastern Poland, 1939-1941. In Contested Memories: Poles And Jews During The Holocaust And Its Aftermath., edited by Joshua D. Zimmerman. Contested Memories: Poles And Jews During The Holocaust And Its Aftermath. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
Adler, Eliyana R. 2013. Exile And Survival: Lithuanian Jewish Deportees In The Soviet Union. In Ha-Kayits Ha-Norah Ha-Hu: 70 Shana Le-Hashmadat Ha-Kehilot Ha-Yehudiot Be-‘Are Ha-Sadeh Be-Lita [That Terrible Summer: 70 Years Since The Destruction Of The Jewish Communities Of Lithuania], edited by Michal Ben Ya'akov, Greenberg, Gershon, and Rosmarin, Sigalit. Ha-Kayits Ha-Norah Ha-Hu: 70 Shana Le-Hashmadat Ha-Kehilot Ha-Yehudiot Be-‘Are Ha-Sadeh Be-Lita [That Terrible Summer: 70 Years Since The Destruction Of The Jewish Communities Of Lithuania]. Jerusalem: Efrata College.
Kaganovitch, Albert. 2011. Evreiskie Bezhentsy V Kazakhstane Vo Vremia Vtoroi Mirovoi Voiny. In Istorii. Pamiat’. Liudi: Materialy V Mezhdunarodnoi Konferentsii, edited by Alexander Baron. Istorii. Pamiat’. Liudi: Materialy V Mezhdunarodnoi Konferentsii. Almaty: Mitzva.
Schein, Ada. 2008. Everyone Can Hold A Pen’: The Documentation Project In The Dp Camps In Germany. In Holocaust Historiography In Context: Emergence, Challenges, Polemics And Achievements, edited by David Bankier and Michman, Dan. Holocaust Historiography In Context: Emergence, Challenges, Polemics And Achievements. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Siegelbaum, Lewis H. 2017. Evacuation As Migration: The Soviet Experience During The Great Patriotic War. In Migration And Mobility In The Modern Age: Refugees, Travelers, And Traffickers In Europe And Eurasia., edited by Anika Walke, Musekamp, Jan, and Svobodny, Nicole. Migration And Mobility In The Modern Age: Refugees, Travelers, And Traffickers In Europe And Eurasia. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
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.
Koustova, Emilia. 2017. Equalizing Misery, Differentiating Objects: The Material World Of The Stalinist Exile. In Material Culture In Russia And The Ussr: Things, Values, Identities, edited by Graham H. Roberts. Material Culture In Russia And The Ussr: Things, Values, Identities. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
Szaynok, Bożena. 2006. Disputes Over The Kielce Pogrom. In Reflections On The Kielce Pogrom, edited by Łukasz Kamiński and Żaryn, Jan. Reflections On The Kielce Pogrom. Warsaw: Institute of National Remembrance.
Matthäus, Jürgen. 2009. Displacing Memory: The Transformations Of An Early Interview. In Approaching An Auschwitz Survivor: Holocaust Testimony And Its Transformations, edited by Jürgen Matthäus. Approaching An Auschwitz Survivor: Holocaust Testimony And Its Transformations. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
Grossmann, Atina, and Tamar Lewinsky. 2018. "Displaced Persons” And “An Autonomous Society". In A History Of Jews In Germany Since 1945: Politics, Culture, And Society, edited by Michael Brenner, translated by Kenneth Kronenberg. A History Of Jews In Germany Since 1945: Politics, Culture, And Society. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
Čapková, Kateřina. 2014. Dilemmas Of Minority Politics: Jewish Migrants In Postwar Czechoslovakia And Poland. In Postwar Jewish Displacement And Rebirth, 1945-1967, edited by Françoise S. Ouzan and Gerstenfeld, Manfred. Postwar Jewish Displacement And Rebirth, 1945-1967. Leiden: Brill.
Langer, Lawrence L. 1987. The Dilemma Of Choice In The Deathcamps. In Holocaust: Religious And Philosophical Implications, edited by John K. Roth and Berenbaum, Michael. Holocaust: Religious And Philosophical Implications. New York: Paragon House.
Rozenblat, Evgenii S. 2007. Contact Zones’ In Interethnic Relations-The Case Of Western Belarus, 1939-1941. In Shared History—Divided Memory. Jews And Others In Soviet-Occupied Poland, 1939-1941, edited by Elazar Barkan, Cole, Elizabeth A., and Struve, Kai. Shared History—Divided Memory. Jews And Others In Soviet-Occupied Poland, 1939-1941. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitatverlag.
Schatz, Jaff. 2008. Communists In The ‘Jewish Sector’ In Poland: Identity, Ethos And Institutional Structure. 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.
Rozenblat, Evgenii S. 2004. Chuzhdyi Element’: Evreiskie Bezhentsy V Zzapadnoi Belorussii (1939-1941). In Istoriia I Kul’tura Rossiiskogo I Vostochnochnoevropeiskogo Eevreistva: Novye Istorchniki, Novye Podkhody, edited by Oleg Budnitskii, Burmistrov, Konstantin, Kamenskii, Alexandr, and Mochalova, Victoria. Istoriia I Kul’tura Rossiiskogo I Vostochnochnoevropeiskogo Eevreistva: Novye Istorchniki, Novye Podkhody. Moscow.
Finder, Gabriel N. 2016. Child Survivors In Polish Jewish Collective Memory After The Holocaust: The Case Of Undzere Kinder. In Displaced Children In Russia And Eastern Europe, 1915-1953: Ideologies, Identities, Experiences, edited by Nick Baron. Displaced Children In Russia And Eastern Europe, 1915-1953: Ideologies, Identities, Experiences. Leiden: Brill.
Stark, Jared. 2004. Broken Records: Holocaust Diaries, Memoirs, And Memorial Books. In Teaching The Representation Of The Holocaust, edited by Marianne Hirsch and Kacandes, Irene. Teaching The Representation Of The Holocaust. New York: The Modern Language Association of America.
Nolte, Ernst. 1985. Between Myth And Revisionism? The Third Reich In The Perspective Of The 1980S. In Aspects Of The Third Reich, edited by H. W. Koch. Aspects Of The Third Reich. London: Macmillan.
Hartman, Geoffrey. 2004. Audio And Video Testimonies And Holocaust Studies. In Teaching The Representation Of The Holocaust, edited by Marianne Hirsch and Kacandes, Irene. Teaching The Representation Of The Holocaust. New York: The Modern Language Association of America.
Levin, Dov. 1977. The Attitude Of The Soviet Union To The Rescue Of Jews. In Rescue Attempts During The Holocaust: Proceedings Of The Second Yad Vashem International Historical Conference, edited by Israel Gutman and Zuroff, Efraim. Rescue Attempts During The Holocaust: Proceedings Of The Second Yad Vashem International Historical Conference. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.
Leibovich, Oleg. 2014. Antisemitiskie Nastroeniia V Sovetskom Tyle. In Sssr Vov Vtoroi Mirovoi Voine. Okkupatsiia. Kholokost. Stalinizm, edited by Oleg Budnitskii and Novikova, Liudmila. Sssr Vov Vtoroi Mirovoi Voine. Okkupatsiia. Kholokost. Stalinizm. Moscow: ROSSPEN.
Michlic, Joanna B. 2007. Anti-Polish And Pro-Soviet? 1939-1941 And The Stereotyping Of The Jew In Polish Historiography. In Shared History—Divided Memory. Jews And Others In Soviet-Occupied Poland, 1939-1941, edited by Elazar Barkan, Cole, Elizabeth A., and Struve, Kai. Shared History—Divided Memory. Jews And Others In Soviet-Occupied Poland, 1939-1941. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitatverlag.

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