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Chapter XX


Albrich, Thomas and Ronald Zweig, Editors, Escape through Austria. London: Frank Cass, 2002.

Arens, Moshe, Flags over the Warsaw Ghetto. Gefen Publishing Company, 2011.

Avriel, Ehud, Open the Gates. New York: Atheneum, 1975.

Bauer, Yehuda, Flight and Rescue: Brichah. New York: Random House, 1970.

Bauer, Yehuda, The Brichah–She' erit Hapletah 1944–1948. Jerusalem: 1990

Bauer, Yehuda, Out of the Ashes. Oxford: Penguin, 1989.

Berman, Gizel, My Three Lives. Niche Press, 1999.

Bogner, Nahum, Isle of Deportation 1946–1948, Am Oved, Hebrew.

Cichopek–Gajraj, Anna, Beyond Violence. Cambridge University Press: 2014.

Cohen, Yochanan, Brichah–Poland Report. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.

Dekel, Efraim, Bri'ha: Flight to the Homeland, New York: Herzl Press, 1972.

Hochstein, Joseph M. and Murray S. Greenfeld, The Jews' Secret Fleet. Jerusalem: Gefen Publishing House Ltd.

Israel Defense Ministry, The Brichah Movement from Europe to Israel 1945-1948 Israeli Defense Ministry 1998.

Jacobson letter to JDC office in New York of August 26, 1946.1945-1949

Kahane, David Rabbi, After the Deluge. Jerusalem: 1981, Hebrew.

Kahane, David, Rabbi, Lwow Ghetto Diary. Jerusalem, 1978.

Kovner, Abba, On The Narrow Bridge. Tel Aviv: 1981, Hebrew

Kochavi, Arieh J., Post Holocaust Politics; the British, the USA and the Refugees 1945–1948. UNC Press, 2014.

Laub, Morris, Last Barrier to Freedom: Internment of Jewish Holocaust Survivors on Cyprus, 1946 to 1949. Berkeley, Ca: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1985.

Leibner, William, interview with Mordechai Lustig.

Leibner, William, Mass Exit Transport of Jewish Children from Poland. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 2010.

Leibner, William, Zabrze–Hindenburg–Zabrze Yizkor Book. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.

Leibner, William, interview with Anna Neufeld.

Leibner, William, interviewed Shlomo Korn.

Leibner, William, interview David Danieli.

Lustig, Mordechai, The Red Feathers. Israel.

New York Post front page dated October 2nd 1945.

Rosner, Leo, The Holocaust Remembered – A Child Survivor's Account of Imprisonment and Redemption, 1939 to 1945, 2003.

San Francisco Jewish Community Publications Inc. “Deaths of 260 in 1940 ship explosion commemorated”. 14 December

Smok, Martin – movie entitled “Bricha”.

Warhaftig Zorach, The Uprooted Jewish Refugees and Displaced Persons after Liberation: From War to Peace, Vol. 5. New York: Institute of Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress and World Jewish Congress, 1946.

YIVO materials pertaining to the Jewish D.P. camps in Germany, Austria and Italy


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