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Hacohen, Dvora. 2011. Yalde Ha-Zeman: Aliyat Ha-No’ar, 1933-1948. Sde Boker: Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Hadow, Maria. 1959. Paying Guest In Siberia. London: The Harvill Press.
Halicka, Beata. 2015. The Polish ‘Wild West’. Forced Migration And Cultural Appropriation Of The Oder Region After 1945. In Contextualising Changes: Shifting Borders, Migrations And Identities, edited by Petko Hristov, Kasabova, Anelia, Troeva, Evgenia, and Demski, Dagnosław. Contextualising Changes: Shifting Borders, Migrations And Identities. Sofia: Paradigma Publishing House.
Halpern, Ada. 1845. Liberation—Russian Style. London: MaxLove Publishing Company.
Hartglas, Apolinary. 1996. Na Pograniczu Dwóch Światów. Edited by Jolanta Żyndul. Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza.
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.
Haywood, A. J. 2010. Siberia: A Cultural History. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Heilig, Karen. 2002. From The Luxembourg Agreement To Today: Representing A People. Berkeley Journal Of International Law, Berkeley Journal of International Law, 20 (1).
Heller, Binem. 1984. Zey Veln Oyfshteyn. Tel Aviv: I.L. Peretz Farlag.
Herzbaum, Edward H. 2010. Lost Between Worlds: A World War Ii Journey Of Survival. Translated by Piotr Graff. Leicester, United Kingdom: Matador.
Hnatiuk, Ola. 2019. Courage And Fear. Translated by Ewa Siwak. Boston: Academic Studies Press.
Hohberg, Ruth L. 2002. Getting Here: Ruth’s Story 1935-1949. Baltimore: Publish America.
Honig, Samuel. 1996. From Poland To Russia And Back, 1939-1946. Windsor, Ontario: Black Moss Press.
Honigsman, Y. A. 1997. The Catastrophe Of Jewry In Lvov. Lvov: Sholom-Aleichem Jewish Society of Culture.