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Gabel, Dina. 1992. Behind The Ice Curtain. New York: CIS Publishers.
General Sikorski H. Institute. 1961. Documents On Polish-Soviet Relations, 1933-1945. 1933-1943. Vol. 1. 1933-1943. London: Heinemann.
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.
Gilboa, Yehoshua A. 1968. Confess! Confess! Eight Years In Soviet Prisons. Translated by Dov Ben Aba. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Gilboa, Yehoshua. 1971. The Black Years Of Soviet Jewry: 1939-1953. Translated by Yosef Shachter and Ben-Abba, Dov. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Ginsburg, Bernard L. 1993. A Wayfarer In A World Of Upheaval. San Bernadino, California: Borgo Press.
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.
Golan, Bob. 2005. A Long Way Home: The Story Of A Jewish Youth, 1939-1949. Edited by Jacob Howland. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Gold, Betty, and Mark Hodermarsky. 2014. Beyond Trochenbrod: The Betty Gold Story. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press.
Goldberg, Amos. 2012. The ‘Jewish Narrative’ In The Yad Vashem Global Holocaust Museum. Journal Of Genocide Research, Journal of Genocide Research, 14 (2).
Goldberger, Janka. 1995. Stalin's Little Guest. London: Janus Publishing Company.
Goldkorn, Yosef. 1998. Na-Ve-Nad Eibar Di Shlyakh Fun Rusland. Tel Aviv: H. Leivik Publishing House.
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.
Goldlust, John. 2012. A Different Silence: The Survival Of More Than 200,000 Polish Jews In The Soviet Union During World War Ii As A Case Study In Cultural Amnesia. Journal Of The Australian Jewish Historical Society, Journal of the Australian Jewish Historical Society, 21 (2).
Grabski, August, and Albert Stankowski. 2014. Jewish Religious Life In Poland After 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.
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.
Grabski, August. 2014. Jews And Political Life In Poland From1944-1949. 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.

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