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Medvedeva-Nathoo, Olga. 2013. V Atmosfere Lubvi K Strane Sovetov (O Pol’sko-Evreiskikh Detiakh V Srednei Azii V Gody Vtoroi Mirovoi Voiny). In Istoriia. Pamiat’. Liudi: Materialy Vi Mezhdunarodnoi Konferentsii, edited by A. Baron. Istoriia. Pamiat’. Liudi: Materialy Vi Mezhdunarodnoi Konferentsii. Almaty, Kazakhstan: Assotsiatsiia evreiskikh natsional’nykh organizatsii Respubliki Kazakhstan “Mitsva”.

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Meng, Michael. 2014. Traveling To Germany And Poland: Toward A Textual Montage Of Jewish Emotions After The Holocaust.. In Jewish Histories Of The Holocaust: New Transnational Approaches, edited by Norman J. W. Goda. Jewish Histories Of The Holocaust: New Transnational Approaches. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books.
Berkhoff, Karel C. 2014. Total Annihilation Of The Jewish Population’: The Holocaust In The Soviet Media, 1941-45. In The Holocaust In The East: Local Perpetrators And Soviet Responses, edited by Michael David Fox, Holquist, Peter, and Martin, A. M.. The Holocaust In The East: Local Perpetrators And Soviet Responses. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Mazower, Mark. 2012. Timothy Synder's Bloodlands. Contemporary European History, Contemporary European History, 21 (2).
Kozhina, Elena. 2000. Through The Burning Steppe: A Wartime Memoir. Translated by Vadim Mahmoudov. New York: Riverhead Books.

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Martin, Terry. 2001. Stalinist Forced Relocation Policies: Patterns, Causes, Consequences. In Demography And National Security, edited by Myron Weiner and Russell, Sharon Stanton. Demography And National Security. New York: Berghahn Books.
Kamiński, Łukasz. 2010. Stalinism In Poland, 1944-1956. In Stalinist Terror In Eastern Europe: Elite Purges And Mass Repression, edited by Kevin McDermott and Stibbe, Matthew. Stalinist Terror In Eastern Europe: Elite Purges And Mass Repression. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press.
Mann, Mendel. 2019. Seeds In The Desert. Translated by Heather Valencia. Amherst, Massachusetts: Yiddish Book Center.

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Opoczynski, Peretz. 1954. Reportazhshn Fun Varshaver Geto. Edited by Ber Mark. Warsaw: Yidish-bukh.
Dwork, Debórah. 2010. Refugee Jews And The Holocaust: Luck, Fortuitous Circumstances, And Timing. In Wer Bleibt, Opfert Seine Jahre, Vielleicht Sein Leben“: Deutsche Juden 1938-1941, edited by Susanne Heim, Meyer, Beate, and Nicosia, Francis R.. Wer Bleibt, Opfert Seine Jahre, Vielleicht Sein Leben“: Deutsche Juden 1938-1941. Hamburg: Wallstein Verlag.

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Mintz, Alan. 2001. Popular Culture And The Shaping Of Holocaust Memory In America. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press.
Weinryb, Bernard D. 1953. Polish Jews Under Soviet Rule. In The Jews In The Soviet Satellites, edited by Peter Meyer, Weinryb, Bernard D., Duschinsky, Eugene, and Sylvain, Nicolas. The Jews In The Soviet Satellites. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

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Davidson, Simon. 1981. My War Years, 1939-1945. Translated by Marie Morgens. San Antonio: University of Texas.
Langfield, Michele, and Pam Maclean. 2009. Multiple Framings: Survivor And Non-Survivor Interviews In Holocaust Video Testimony. In Memories Of Mass Repression: Narrating Life Stories In The Aftermath Of Atrocity, edited by Nancy Adler, Leydesdorff, Selma, Chamberlain, Mary, and Neyzi, Leyla. Memories Of Mass Repression: Narrating Life Stories In The Aftermath Of Atrocity. New Brunswick, New Jersey and London: Transaction Publishers.
Sywensky, Irene. 2015. Memories Of Displacement And Unhomely Spaces: History, Trauma And The Politics Of Spacial Imagination In Ukraine And Poland. In Life Writing And Politics Of Memory In Eastern Europe, edited by Simona Mitroiu. Life Writing And Politics Of Memory In Eastern Europe. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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