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Academic Articles on Related Topics

Adler, Eliyana R. “Children in Exile: Wartime Journeys of Polish Jewish Youth.” Katarina Friedla and Markus Nesselrodt, eds. Polish Jews in the Soviet Union (1939-1959). History and Memory of Deportation, Exile and Survival. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2021.

Adler, Eliyana R. “Crossing Over: Exploring the Borders of Holocaust Testimony.” Yad Vashem Studies 43:2 (2015). (See bibliographic entry)

This article was also published in:

Edele, Mark, Sheila Fitzpatrick and Atina Grossmann, eds. Shelter from the Holocaust: Rethinking Jewish Survival in the Soviet Union. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2017

Adler, Eliyana R. "Entangled Memories: Wartime Experiences in the Soviet Interior in Postwar Holocaust Testimonies." History & Memory 34:2 (2022): 139-171. 

Adler, Eliyana R. “Exile and Survival: Lithuanian Jewish Deportees in the Soviet Union” 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], eds. Michal Ben Ya’akov, Gershon Greenberg, Sigalit Rosmarin. Jerusalem: Efrata College, 2013. (See bibliographic entry)

Adler, Eliyana R. “Hrubieszów at the Crossroads: Polish Jews Navigate the German and Soviet Occupations,” Holocaust and Genocide Studies 28:1 (Spring 2014). (See bibliographic entry)

See also the Polish version of the above article:

Na skrzyżowaniu dróg: Hrubieszów i polscy Żydzi między okupacją niemiecką i sowiecką.” Katharina Friedla and Lidia Zessin-Jurek, eds., Syberiada Żydów polskich: Losy uchodźców z zagłady (Warsaw: Żydowski Instytut Historyczny, 2020.)

Adler, Eliyana R. “I Became a Nomad in the Land of Nomadic Tribes: Polish Jewish Refugees in Central Asia and Perceptions of the Other.” Christoph Dieckmann and Arkadi Zeltser, eds. Distrust, Animosity, and Solidarity: Jews and Non-Jews in the USSR during the Second World War. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press, 2021. (See bibliographic entry)

Adler, Eliyana R. “The Miracle of Hanukkah and Other Orthodox Tales of Survival in Soviet Exile During World War II.” Dapim: Studies in the Holocaust 32:3 (2018). (See bibliographic entry)

Adler, Eliyana R. and Natalia Aleksiun, “Seeking Relative Safety: The Flight of Polish Jews to the East in the Autumn of 1939.” Yad Vashem Studies 46:1 (2018). (See bibliographic entry)

Adler, Eliyana R.“Singing Their Way Home,” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 32 (2020). (See bibliographic entry)

Adler, Eliyana R. “Ties that Bind: Transnational Support and Solidarity for Polish Jews in the USSR during World War II.” Jan Lambertz, and Jan Lanicek, eds. More than Parcels: Wartime Relief for Jews in Nazi Camps and Ghettos. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2022.

Adler, Eliyana R. “Maintaining Family Networks via Post during the Holocaust.” Eliyana R. Adler and Natalia Aleksiun, eds. Entanglements of War: Social Networks in Eastern Europe During the Holocaust. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Press, 2022. 

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