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Czerniakewicz, Jan. 1987. Repatriacja Ludności Polskiej Z Zsrr 1944-1948. Warsaw: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.
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.
Czapski, Joseph. 1987. The Inhuman Land. Translated by Gerald Hopkins. London: Polish Cultural Foundation.
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.
Cohn, Robert L. 2011. Israel In Poland: A Forgotten Moment In Postwar History. European Judaism, European Judaism, 44 (2).
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. 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.
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, Eliezer Tsvi. 2000. Bene Ha-‘Ayarah Mesaprim. Bnei Brak: Yotse Horodlo be-erets Yisra‘el.
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.
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.
Cichopek-Gajraj, Anna. 2014. Jewish Survivors In Poland And Slovakia, 1944-1948. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Choko, Isabelle, Frances Irwin, Lotti-Kahana Aufleger, Margit Raab Kalina, and Jane Lipski. 2005. Stolen Youth: Five Women’s Survival In The Holocaust. New York and Jerusalem: Yad Vashem and the Holocaust Survivors’ Memoirs Project.
Chinski, Malena. 2018. Yiddish Culture After The Shoah: Refugee Writers And Artists As ‘Fresh Creative Energies’ For Buenos Aires. In Splendor, Decline, And Rediscovery Of Yiddish In Latin America, edited by Malena Chinski and Astro, Alan. Splendor, Decline, And Rediscovery Of Yiddish In Latin America. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

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