The Complete Bibliography of the Works of

Professor Dov Levin

Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry

Hebrew University

Jerusalem, Israel

Professor Dov Levin is one of the preeminent contemporary international scholars of the history of Eastern European Jewish Communities. He has kindly consented to offer to the Yizkor Books Project of JewishGen the complete bibliography of his works for presentation on this page.

Professor Dov Levin is the Director of the Oral History Division of the Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry, at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Professor Levin was born in Kovno, Lithuania, and was a member of the anti-Nazi underground movement in the Kovno ghetto. He holds a Ph.D from the Hebrew University and was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Chicago. He was awarded the Yitzhak Sadeh Prize in Military History for his work on the armed struggle of the Lithuanian Jews during World War II.

See Dov Levin's complete CURRICULUM VITAE.

He is the author of the book, “Pinkas Ha Kehillot Lita,” (“Encyclopedia of Jewish Communites in Lithuania - from their Founding Until After the Holocaust,” 1996 ) (Citation #427 published in Hebrew). This is a 700 page book that includes a history of Lithuanian Jewry and specific articles on each of over 500 shtetlach. The historical portion of the book on Lithuania will be published in April 2000 as “The Litvaks” by Yad VaShem. Two other works that appear in English are “Fighting Back - Lithuanian Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis” (Citation#445 published in 1997) and “The Lesser of Two Evils - Eastern European Jewry under Soviet Rule 1939-1941” (Citation#418 published in 1995).

Chronological List of Publications


Numerical dates are presented in European Style of Day.Month.Year, not as most Americans are familiar (Month.Day.Year).

BOLD entries are books. Non-bold are articles, etc.


1. “Havu lanu Aliyah” (Hebrew); We need Aliyah, Mishmar 620, 20.8.1945, p.3.

2. “Tukamnah Mo'atzot Hayalim” (Hebrew); Let's have Soldiers Councils, Hed ha- Portzim, 27.12.1949, p.7.

3. “Mikhtav Galui el Yoshev-Rosh Histadrut ha-Studentim” (Hebrew) An Open Letter to the Chairman of the Students Association, Ba-Sha'ar 195, 15.5.1952, p.4.

4. “Haskalah Gevoha le-kol Dikhefin” (Hebrew); High Education for Everybody, Al-ha-Mishmar, 24.6.1952, p.5.

5. “Mikhtav Galui le'Hayim Guri” (Hebrew); An Open Letter to Hayim Guri, Al-ha-Mishmar, 16.1.1953, p.5.

6. “Al Tenu'at ha-Meri be-Geto Kovna” (Hebrew); About the Resistance Movement in Kovno Ghetto,Yad la-Shoah ve'la-Mered, 1953, pps.58-59.

7. “Ba-Ma'avak al Demut Amamit la-Universita” (Hebrew); In Struggle for a More Popular Image of the University, Al ha-Mishmar, 28.4.1953, p.2.

8. “Mi-Pe'uloteihem shel Netzigei Mapam (Hebrew); About the Activities of MAPAM Representatives,Al-ha-Mishmar, 10.5.1953, p.2.

9. “Perakim be-Topografiya” (Hebrew); Studies in Topography, Moladeti 18, 1953, pps. 305-309.

10. “Ha-Student be -Yisrael le-Mivhan Darko” (Hebrew); The Israeli Student at the Crossroads,Al-ha-Mishmar, 10.5.1953, p.2.1954-1956

11. “Al Shurat ha-Mitnavdim” (Hebrew); About the Volunteers Order, Al-ha-Mishmar, 15.2.1954, p.2.

12. “Al mah Nis'eret ha-Machlaka ha-Sotzialit” (Hebrew); What is the Cause of the Social Department's Concern, Yahdav 7- 8, 1954, p.2.

13. “Neturei Karta Kiblu et Toratam mi-Mordei ha-Or” Meah Shanah le- Milhemet ha-Tarbut ha-Rishonah be-Yerushalayim(Hebrew); The Guardians of the Walls Received their Teaching from the Ignorants, La- Merhav, 12.4.1955 p.2.

14. “Al mah Ni'sara ha-Machlaka ha-Sotzialit-Hasagot la-Mesig” (Hebrew); What is the Cause of the Social Department's Concern, Yahdav, January1955, p.20.

15. “Ha-Meri shel Yehudei Kovna” (Hebrew) Resistance by the Jews of Kovno, Yediot Beit Lohamei ha-Geta'ot 9-10, 1955, pps. 16- 19.

16. “Dor ve-Hesegav” (Hebrew); The Achievements of a Generation, Yahdav 5, 1955, pps. 36-39.

17. “Ha'Am ha-Yehudi be-Misparim”(Hebrew); The Jewish People in Facts and Figures, Moladeti22, 1956, pps. 182-192.


18. “Al Darkei ha-Meri ha-Yehudi u-Meni'av” (Hebrew); Factors and Motivations of Jewish Resistance,Yediot Yad-Vashem 13, 1957, pps. 2-3.

19. “She'elon le-Geviyat Eduyot shel ha-Meri ve-ha-Partizanim shel Yehudei Kovna” (Hebrew) Questionnarie fo Interviewing the Partisans and Fighters of the Kovno Ghetto, (Mimeographed), Jerusalem 1957, 24 pps.

20. “Le-Hazkir Nishkakhot” (Hebrew) To Remind and to Remember, Yahdav 29-31, 1957, pps. 15-16.

21. “Adam ba-Avodah” (Hebrew); A Man at Work, Yahdav 10-12, 1957, p.7.

22. “Di Vegn un Motivn fun Yidishn Vidershtand” (Yiddish); Factors and Motivations of Jewish Resistance,Yedies fun Yad Vashem 2, 1957, pps.4-5.

23. “Sherutei Mishtarah la-No'ar” (Hebrew); Police Services for the Youth, Ofakim le-Hinukh u-le Tarbut 2, 1957, pps. 163- 171.

24. “Arubba le-Ofyah ha-Mitkadem shel ha-Birah” (Hebrew); Guarantees for the Progressive Character of the Capital, Al-ha-Mishmar,9.12.1958, p.2.

25. “Ovdei Iriyat ha-Birah Holkhim la-Kalfi” (Hebrew); The Employees of the Municipality of the Capital are Going to the Ballot Boxes, La- Merhav,24.3.1958, p.2.

26. “Al Limud ve-al Klitat Aliyah” (Hebrew); About Studies and Immigrant Absorption, Sa'ad 4, 1958 pps. 115-117.

27. “Be-Ikvot Nitzolei ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); In the Footsteps of Survivors of the Holocaust, Yediot Yad Vashem 15-16, 1958, p.31.

28. “Mi-Neged la-Fort ha-Teshi'i” (Hebrew); The Fortress Number Nine in: Sefer ha-Partizanimha-Yehudim vol. 1, Merhavia 1958, pps. 197-257.

29. “Ha-Rotzhim be-Nikyon Kapeihem” (Hebrew); The Killers Apologies, Yediot Yad Vashem15-16, 1958, pp. 6-7. 

30. “Be-Metzudat ha-Mavet shel Kovna” (Hebrew); In the Death Fortress of Kovno, Yediot Yad Vashem19-20, 1959, pps. 29-30.

31. “Kovno's Death Fortress”,Yad Vashem Bulletin 4-5, 1959, pps. 25-26.

32. “Litvish-Sovetish Bukh vegn di Natsishe Groyl-Maysim in Kovne” (Yiddish); Soviet-Lithuanian Book about the Nazi Atrocities in Kovno, Yedies fun Yad Vashem 4-5, 1959, pps. 23-25.

33. “Ba'ayot ha-She'elon le-Heker ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); Problems Relating to a Questionnaire on the Holocaust, Yad Vashem- KovetzMehkarim III, 1959, pps. 87-108 (together with A.Z. Brown).

34. “Problems Relating to a Questionnaire on the Holocaust”, Yad Vashem StudiesIII, 1959, pps. 91-117.


35. “Al Gevurat Yehudim ba-Safrut Lita ha-Sovietit” (Hebrew); Jewish Heroism in Soviet Lithuanian Literature, Yediot Yad Vashem 23-24, 1960, pps. 22-24.

36. “Jewish Heroism in Soviet Lithuanian Literature”, Yad Vashem Bulletin 6-7, 1960, pps. 32-33.

37. “Al Gevurat Yehudim ba-Safrut Lita ha-Sovietit” (Hebrew); Jewish Heroism in Soviet Lithuanian Literature, Kol ha-Am, 15.7.1960, p.3.

38. “Zikhronot be-Tzel ha-Bor” (Hebrew) Memoires in the Shade of the Grave, Al-ha-Mishmar 21.10.1960, pps. 5-6.

39. “Nisht vi Shepsn tsu der Shkite” (Yiddish); Not like Sheep to the Slaughter, Folk un Tsiyon 8-9, 1960, pps. 53-55.

40. Toldoteha shel Mahteret - ha-Irgun ha-Lohem shel Yehudei Kovna be-Milhemet ha-Olamha-Shniyah (Hebrew); The Story of an Underground, the Resistance of the Jews of Kovno, (Lithuania) in the Second World War. English translation of table of contents and introduction, Jerusalem Yad Vashem, 1962, pps xviii + 422.x (together with A.Z Brown).

41. “Pegishotai im Bnei-Brit ve-she eynam Benei-brit be-Artzot ha- Brit” (Hebrew); Meetings with Jews and Gentiles in the United States, Ba-Mo'atza 8-9, 1962, pps. 48-52.

42. “Hishtalmut ve-Avodah Ma'asit” (Hebrew); Training and Practical Work, Sa'ad 1, 1962 pps. 29-31.

43. “Dyoknah shel Kitah” (Hebrew); A Portrait of a Class in: Heykhal she-Shaka, Tel Aviv 1962 pps. 181-187

44. “Im Yehudei Brazil lo Shatiti Kafeh” (Hebrew); Meetings with Jews in Brazil, Ba-Mo'atza 2, 1963 pps. 21-23.

45. “Shelihutah shel Ovedet Sotzialit” (Hebrew); The Mission of a Social Worker, Sa'ad 2, 1963 pps. 57-63.

46. She'elon le-Geviyat Eduyot mi-Sridei ha-diviziya ha-Lita'it, ha-Latvit veha-Estonit shel ha-Tzava ha-Sovieti be- Milhemetha-Olam ha-Shniya (Hebrew); Questionnaire for the ex-fighters of the Lithuanian, Lativian and Estonian Divisions of the Soviet Army during World WarII, Jerusalem 1963, (Mimiographed), 25 pps.

47. “Ha-Irgun ha-Lohem shel Yehudei Kovna - 20 Shanah le-Nefilat ha- Geto” (Hebrew); The Fighter Organization of Kovno Ghetto, Bi-Tefutzot ha-Golah 30-31, 1964, pps. 56-66.

48. “El Ya'arot Rudniki” (Hebrew); To the Rudniki Forests, in: Hem Amdu al Nafsham (They Fought Back), Tel Aviv 1964, pps. 61- 65.1965-1969

49. “The History of an Underground”,In the Dispersion, 1964/65, pps. 155-168.

50. “Al Hayeihem u-Motam shel Partizanim Yehudim” (Hebrew); The Life and Death of Jewish Partisans,Yediot Yad Vashem 35, 1965, pps.32-36.

51. “Eylu shelo Zakhu le-Kanfei Tzanhan - Tzanhanim Yehudim - Sovietim be-Lita be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniyah” (Hebrew); Soviet Jewish Paratroopers in Lithuania during the Second World War, Yalkhut Moreshet 4, 1965 pps. 36-40.

52. “The Life and Death of Jewish Partisans”, Yad Vashem Bulletin 18, 1966, pps. 41-46.

53. Book Review in Jewish Social Studies XXX, 1968 no.2, pps. 115-117, on: Leni Yahil, Test of a Democracy, The Rescue of Danish Jewry in World War II, Jerusalem 1966.

54. “Ba-Shittin u-beyn ha-Shittin” (Hebrew); In and Between the Lines, Yediot Yad Vashem 37, 1967, pps. 42-46.

55. “In and Between the Lines - The Holocaust and Resistance as Reflected in Yiddish Literature” 1939-1950, Yad Vashem Bulletin 20, 1967, pps.42-46.

56. “Yehidot Yehudiyot ba-Tzava ha-Adom” (Hebrew); Jewish Units in the Red Army, Ha-Umma 19, 1967, pps. 414-422.

57. “Signs of Change?”,Yad Vashem Bulletin 21, 1967, p.50.

58. “Le-Or Yomana shel Masha Rolnik - Ani Hayevet le-Saper” (Hebrew); The Diary of Masha Rolnik - I Must Tell, Gesher 50, 1967, pps. 100- 106.

59. “Yehudim ba-Diviziya ha-Lita'it ha-16 ba-Tzava ha-Adom” (Hebrew); “The Jews in the 16th Lithuanian Brigade of the Red Army”,Yehudim be-Tzeva'ot ha-Olam, Jews in the Armies of theWorld, Tel Aviv 1967, pps. 149-157.

60. “Kaze haya Abrasha” (Hebrew); The Personality of Avraham Arest, La-Merhav, 8.11.1967, p.2.

61. “Ve-hi she-Amdah le-Yahadut Denmark” (Hebrew); The Rescue of the Jews of Denmark, Bi-Tfuzot ha-Golah 46-47, 1968, pps. 83- 87.

62. “Yehudim ba-Tzava ha-Adom” (Hebrew); Jews in the Red Army, Kol ha-Am, 25.4. 1968, pps. 2-3.

63. “Li-Demuto she Itzik Haveri” (Hebrew); In Memory of my Friend Itzik in: Yitzhak Shpiz, Lehavot ha-Bashan 1969, pps. 6-9.


64. “Sovietishe Yidn in Kamf kegn Natsis” (Yiddish); Soviet Jews in Struggle against the Nazis,Folk un Tsiyon 8-9, 1970, pps. 81-83.

65. “Sovietishe Yidn in Kamf kegn Natsis” (Yiddish); Soviet Jews in Struggle against the Nazis,Unzer Vort (Paris) 9-10.6.1970.

66. “Jewish Heroism in Soviet Lithuanian Literature”,Yad Vashem Bulletin No. 6/7, 1970.

67. “Uvdot u-Beayot be-Heker Lehimat Yehudei Brit ha-Moetzot be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniyah” (Hebrew); Acts and Problems in the Study of the Fighting of the Jews of the Soviet Union in World War II in: Ha- Amidah ha-Yehudit be-Tkufat ha-Shoah, Jerusalem 1971, pps. 310- 318 (In English).

68. “Ha-Briha ha-Gedola mi-Mizrah Eiropa be-Shelhe Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniyah: 1944-1948” (Hebrew); The Big Flight from Eastern Europe at the end of the Second World War, 1944-1948, Gesher 66, 1971, pps. 75-79.

69. “Facts and Problems in the Study of the Jews of the the Soviet Union in World War Two” in:Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust - Proceedings of the Conference on Manifestations of Jewish Resistance (in Jerusalem, April 7-11, 1968), Jerusalem 1971, pps. 392-402.

70. “Yehudei Lita u-Milhamtam be-Germania ha-Natzit” (Hebrew); Lithuanian Jewry and their Struggle against the Nazis, Ha-Universita 16, 1971, no. 2, pps. 56-65.

71. “Ha-Ra'ah shemi-Zafon, Mahnot ha-Yehudim be-Estoniya be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The Devil from the North - the Jewish Concentration Camps in Estonia during the Second World War, Yalkut Moreshet 13, 1971, pps. 177-179.

72. “Hishtakfut Ma'abaka shel Kehilah Yehudit be-Gilgulei Sefer Sovieti” (Hebrew); Struggle of a Jewish Community as Reflected in a Soviet Book, Yalkut Moreshet 13, 1971, p.1.

73. “Tziyunim la-Tziyonim: ha'Arakhot ve-Uvdot ba-Safrut ha- Sovietit al-Hishtatfut Tziyonim ba-Ma'avak ha-Anti Nazi” (Hebrew); Marks for the Zionist - Soviet Literature on the Participation of the Zionists in the Struggle against the Nazis,Pirsumei Museon shel ha-Lohamim veha-Partizanim 13,1971, pps. 8-11.

74. “Ha-Ma'amatz ha'Milhamti shel Yehudei Lita be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The War Effort of Lithuanian Jewry during the Second World War in: Jews in the Allies Forces in the Fight against Nazism, Tel Aviv, Merhavia, 1971, pps. 76-88.

75. “Ha-Gorem ha-Leumi be-Lehimah shel Yehudei Lita neged ha-Natzim be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The National Factor in the War of Lithuanian Jewry against the Nazis during the Second World War, Behinot 2-3, 1972, pps. 86-91.

76. “Latvia”,“Lithuania” (Hebrew); in: Encyclopedia Hebraica

77. “Kalvaria, Keidainiai, Kretinga, Kupiskis, Mariampole, Plunge, Paneriai, (Ponary), Siauliai” (Hebrew); in: Encyclopedia Judaica

78. “Be-Kaf ha-Kela - Yehudei Lita be-Sof Yemei ha-Republika ha- Lita'it ubi-Shnot ha-Shilton ha-Sovieti” (Hebrew); Lithuanian Jewry during the Last Days of the Independent Republic of Lithuania and under the Soviet Government, Sefer Yahadut Lita, Vol. 2, Tel Aviv, 1972, pps. 349-352

79. “Sifrei zikhronot shel Lohamim Yehudim neged ha-Natzim” (Hebrew); Memoires of Jewish Anti-Nazi Fighters, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim ve-ha Partizanim 16, 1972, pps. 22-24.

80. “Shnei Geta'ot ve-Ya'ar” (Hebrew); Two Ghettoes and One Forest, Gesher 71, 1972, pps. 103-106.

81. “Oystzeykhenungen far Tziyonistn” (Yiddish); Marks for Zionist, Folk un Tsiyon 9, 1972, pps. 68-70.

82. “Sefer Reuven Rubinstein”(Hebrew); The Memorial Book of Reuven Rubinstein, Gesher71, 1972 pps. 107-110.

83. “Pirkei Mivhan” (Hebrew); Chapter of Trial, Yalkut Moreshet 15, 1972, pps.185-187.

84. “Ha-Am ha-Lita'i ve-ha-Yehudim ba-Shoah” (Hebrew); The Lithuanian People and the Jews during the Holocaust, Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress of Jewish Studies, (Jerusalem 1969), Vol. II, Jerusalem 1973, pps. 217-233; English Synopsis, pps. 228-229.

85. “Fact and Fiction”,Yad Vashem News 4, 1973, pps. 21- 23.

86. “Sipuro shel Argaz Ippur” (Hebrew); The Story of a Make-up Box, Bamah 57-58, 1973, pps. 102-107.

87. “Al Naharot Lita” (Hebrew); On the Rivers in Lithuania, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim ve-ha Partizanim” 19, 1973, pps. 50-51.

88. “Jews in Soviet Lithuanian Forces in World War II: The Nationality Factor”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 3, No. 1., 1973, pps. 57-64.

89. “Ziman: Derekh -Hayim shel Manhig Komunisti Yehudi be-Lita: (Hebrew); Ziman: The Life of a Jewish Communist Leader in Lithuania, Shvut 1, 1973, pps. 95-100.

90. “Moreh Derekh le-Eydah she-Amdah ba-Sha'ar ve-Lahmah” (Hebrew); A Leader of the Community which Resisted, Bi-Tfuzot ha-Golah, 67/68, 1973, pps. 180-181.

91. “Pirkei Shoah u-Sefiheha” (Hebrew); Chapters from the Holocaust and Afterwards, Bi-Tfuzot ha-Golah 67-68, 1973, pps. 180- 181.

92. “Livtei Shihrur - mi-Beayot ha-Sridim ha-Yehudim be-Lita ha- Sovietit be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Jewish Survivors in Soviet Lithuania at the End of World War II, Shvut 2,1974, pps. 55- 73.

93. “Yehudei Latvia beyn Histaygut ve-Histaglut la-Mishtar ha-Sovieti 1940-1941” (Hebrew and Engilish synopsis); Latvian Jewry and the Soviet regime, Reservations and Accomodations, Behinot 5, 1974, pps. 70-96.

94. “The Tactics of the Nazi Seciurity Services towards the Underground Organization in Riga Ghetto in the Llight of German Documents” Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, 1973.

95. “Alilot ve Uvdot” (Hebrew); Facts and Fiction, Yediot Yad Vashem 4, 1973, pps. 24-25.1975-1979

96. “Hanhagot ha-Geto ve-ha Mahteret - Tiv ha-Yehasim” (Hebrew); The Relations between the Ghetto Authorities and the Underground, Bi- Tfuzot ha-Gola 73-74, 1975, pps. 139-143.

96. “Brit Ha-Moetzot ve-Hatsalat Yehudim” (Hebrew); The Soviet Union and the Saving of Jews, Yom ha-Zikaron la-Shoa u-le-Gvura, 1974, p.8.

97. “Nusah Sefarad be-Yahas la-Yehudim ba-Shoah u-le-Aharea” (Hebrew); Spain and its Politics towards the Jews during the Holocaust and Afterwards, Bi-Tfuzot ha-Golah 75-76, 1975, pps. 156- 158. 

98. “Le Zikhro shel Gibor ha-Mered be-Geto Bialystok (Hebrew); In Memory of the Hero of the Bialystok Ghetto, Gesher 83, 1975, pps. 139-141.

99. “Zramim u-Megamot” (Hebrew); Attitudes and Trends, Yad-Tabbenkin - Yemey Iyun be-Parshiyot Historiyot 11, 1975, pps. 57- 61.

100. “Goral ha-Rof'im ha-Yehudim be-Lita” *_(Hebrew); Fate of the Jewish Physicians in Lithuania during the Holocaust, Gesher 82, 1975, pps. 117-119.

101. “Chaim Yellin - Safra ve-Sayfa” (Yiddish); Chaim Yellin - Author and Warrior in:Hayim Yellin der Geto Kemfer un Shrayber, Tel Aviv, 1975, pps.71-80.

102. “Dmut Lohem: Chaim Yellin” (Hebrew); Portrait of a Fighter: Chaim Yellin, Yalkut Moreshet 20, 1975, pps. 169-177.

103. “Der Bewaffnete Widerstand Baltisher Juden gegen Das Nazi - Regime 1941-1945” (German); Baltic Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis 1945-1945, Acta Baltica 15, 1975, pps. 166-174.

104. “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”,Journal of Baltic Studies vol. 4, no. 4, 1975, pps. 300-310.

105. “The Jews and the Sovietisation of Latvia 1940-1941”,Soviet Jewish Affairs vol. 5, No. 1, 1975 pps. 39-56.

106. Lohamim ve-Omdim al Nafsham - Milhemet Yehudei Lita ba-Natzim 1941-1945 (Hebrew); Lithuanian Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis, Published by the Hebrew University and Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1975, 320 pps., English translation of table of contents and introduction.

107. “Kenes le-Mada'im Baltim” (Hebrew); Conference of Baltic Scientists, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim ve-ha Partizanim 25, 1975, p.23.

108. “Im Hofa'at ha-Sefer al-Gibor Geto Kovno - Chaim Yellin” (Hebrew); Appearance of the Book about the Kovno Ghetto Hero - Chaim Yellin, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim ve-ha Partizanim 26, 1975, pps. 20-22.

109. “Shitot ha-Lehima shel ha-Gestapo neged ha-Mahteret be-Riga le- Or Te'udot Germaniyot” (Hebrew); TheTactics of the Nazi Security Services towards the Underground Organization in Riga Ghetto in Light of German Documents,Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of Jewish Studies,Jerusalem 1976, pps. 417-429, English Synopsis, pps. 440- 441.

110. “Yehudei Besarabiya tahatha-Shilton ha-Sovieti be-Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniya 1940-1945” (Hebrew); The Jews of Bessarabia under the Soviet Rule in the Second World War 1940-1945, Shvut 4, 1976, pps. 101-118, English Synopsis pps. 152-153.

 111. “Yerushlayim de-Lita, Shisha Shavu'to be-Sograyim - Yehudei Vilna tahat ha-Shiltonha-Sovieti, 17.9-28.10 1939” (Hebrew); The Jewish Community of Vilna under the Soviet Government, Gal Ed 3, 1976, pps. 213-244.

112. “Hatzalah bi-Yemei Shoah” (Hebrew); Rescue Attempts during the Holocaust, Gesher84-85, 1976, pps. 205-208.

113. “Leumiyut Spontanit be-Yomanahshel Na'arah” (Hebrew); Spontaneous Nationalism in a Young Girl's Diary, Pirsumei Museonha-Lohamim ve-ha-Partizanim27, 1976, pps. 26-28.

114. “Brit ha-Mo'etzot ve-HazalatYehudim - Ba'ayot ve- Uvdot” (Hebrew); U.S.S.R. and the Rescue of Jews during World War II, Facts and Problems, Proceedings of the Second International Historical Conference on Attempts at Rescuing Jews during the Holocaust, Jerusalem 1976 pps.183-193.

115. “Yehudim Estoniyimbe-Brit-ha-Mo'etzot: 1941-1945: (Hebrew); Estonian Jews in U.S.S.R.:1941-1945 in: Kovetz Mehkarim Yad Vashem 11, 1976, pps.210-229.

116. “Estonian Jews in U.S.S.R.(1941-1945) Yad Vashem Studies 11, 1976 pps.273-297.

117. “Yivo beyn ha-Patishve-ha-Ma'agal” (Hebrew); The Yiddish Scientific Institute - Yivo in Vilna under the Soviet Regime, Ha- Universita 22,1976, pps. 19-30.

118. “Prihatah ve-Hurbanah shel Yerushalayim de-Lita” (Hebrew); The Rise and Fall of Vilna,Massuah 4, 1976, pps. 223-228.

119. “Vilna - a Stormy History in Photographs”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 6, No. 1, 1976, pps. 81-86.

120. “Kvatzim le-Heker ha-Shoahve-ha-Gvurah” (Hebrew); Periodicals on Research of the Holocaust Period, Gesher 87, 1976, pps. 153- 156.

121. “Tizmoret Adumah ve-Nigun Yehudi” (Hebrew); The Red Orchestra and the Jewish Melody, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim ve-ha-Partizanim 29, 1976, pps.24-26.

122. “Yehudei Bukovina tahat ha-Shilton ha-Sovieti be-Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniyah” (Hebrew); The Jews of Bukovina under the Soviet Regime in World War II,Ha-Ummah 49, 1976, pps. 96-106.

123. “The Jews and the Inception of Soviet Rule in Bukovina”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 6, No. 2, 1976 pps. 52-70.

124. “Die Beteiligung de Litauishen Juden im Zweiten Weltkreig” (German); The Participation of Lithuanian Jews in World War II, ActaBaltica 16, 1976, pps.172-184.

125. “Faktai Kaltina” (Lithuanina);The Facts Accuse, Tevi_kesZiburai V. 7-8, No. 28,Toronto 1976.126. Shnat Prihah ve-Shirat ha- Barbur - ha-Te'atronha-Yehudi be-Lita ha-Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Jewish Theater in Soviet Lithuania between the years 1940-1941, Bamah72, 1977, pps. 64-75; 73, 1977, pps. 56- 73.

127. “Hofesh Dati Mugbal ve-al Tnay” (Hebrew); Freedom of Religion, Sinai 79, 1977, pps. 164-180.

128. “Hishtatfut Yehudim be-Milhamotha-Atzma'ut shel Estoniya ve-Latviya” (Hebrew); Jewish Participation in the Wars of Independence of Latvia and Estonia, He-Awar22, 1977, pps. 141- 154.

129. “Yehudei Estoniya ba-Shanahha-Rishonah la-Mishtar ha-Sovieti 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Jews of Estonia in the First Year of the Soviet Regime 1940-1941,Behinot 7, 1977, pps. 73-84, English Synopsis p.11.

130. “1939-1941 Tkufat Beynayimve-Haslakhoteha al ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); 1939-1941: A Period of Transition with Implications for the Holocaust, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamimve-ha-Partizanim 31, 1977, pps. 15-20.

131. “Milhemet ha-Kiyum shel ha-Lashonve-ha-Tarbut ha-Ivrit be-Brit ha-Moetzot” (Hebrew); The Struggle for Existence of the Hebrew Language in U.S.S.R., Ha-Ummah, 51/52, 1977, pps. 483-485.

132. “Hayey Sha'a be-Terem Shoah” (Hebrew); A Short Respite Before the Holocaust, Massuah5, 1977, pps. 126-145.

133. “Sfarim mi-Ta'am - Sifrei Limudu-kri'ah be-Yiddish, be-Lita ha-Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); Reading and Study Books in Yiddish in Soviet Lithuania, Yad la-Kore Vol. 16, No. 2-3, 1977, pps. 111-124.

134. “Ha-Emes ha-Aharon ve-Sofo --ha-Itonut ha-Yomit be-Yiddish be-Lita ha-Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Last 'Emes' and its Demise - The Yiddish Press in Soviet Lithuania 1940-1941, Shvut 5, 1977, pps. 38-48.

135. “Tzava u-Mediniyut: Plishat Tzavave-Shinuyei Mishtar” (Hebrew); Army and Politics: An Invasion of a Foreign Army and a Change of the Government: The Occupation of Lithuania by the Red Army and the Steps of Sovietization,Riva'on le Mehkar Hevrati 12-19, 1977, pps.167-192.

136. “The Attitude of the Soviet Union to the Rescue of Jews” in Rescue Attempts during the Holocaust;Proccedings of the Second Yad Vashem International Historical Conference, Jerusalem 1977, pps. 225- 236.

137. “Me-Igra Rama le-Bira Amikta -Pe'ilut Tsiyonit ba- Mahteret be-Lita ha-Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Zionist Underground in Lithuania during the Soviet Rule, Massuah 6, 1978, pps, 57-101.

138. “Ma'arekhet ha-Hinukh ha-Yehudibe-Lita ha-Sovietit: 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Jewish Education System in Soviet Lithuania: 1940-1941, Shvut 6, 1978, pps. 68-91, English Synopsis p. 126.

139. “Mediniyut Brit ha-Mo'etzotklapei Ha-Aratzot ha-Baltiyot ad sof Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniyah” (Hebrew); The USSR's Policy Towards the Baltic States 1917-1945,Ba'ayot Beinleumiyot, International Problems 34, 1978, pps. 27-43, English Synopsis pps. 10-11.

140. Im ha-Gav el ha-Kir - Lehimat Yehudei Latvia ba-Natzim 1941-1945 (Hebrew);With Their Backs to the Wall - The Armed Struggle of Latvian Jewry against the Nazis 1941-1945, Tel Aviv 1978, 320 pps., English Translation of table of contents and introduction. 141. “Hem Amdu al Nafsham” (Hebrew); They Fought Back, Pirsumei Museonha- Lohamim ve-ha Partizanim33, 1978, pps. 50-53.

142. “Mordim Lohamim ve-Omdim al Nafsham” (Hebrew); Rebels, Fighters and Defenders, Gesher32-39, 1978, pps. 225-229.

143. “Yehudei Lita be-Zel ha-Pur'anut- beyn ha-Shiltonot la- Yehudim be-Lita ha- Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); Lithuanian Jewry on the Eve of the Holocaust, Yalkut Moreshet 26, 1978, pps.225-229.

144. “Profil shel Plugat Partizanim Me'orevet be-Ezor Vilna be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniyah” (Hebrew);Profile of a Mixed Partisan Troupe in the Vilna District During World War II, Gal-Ed 4-5, 1978, pps. 443-460, (English synopsis p.xxvi).

145. “Etnahta Ktsara shel Tikvot -Sofrei Yiddish be-Lita ha-Sovietit 1940-1941” (Hebrew); A ShortInterlude 1940-1941 of Hope: Yiddish Writers in Soviet Lithuania1940-1941, Kiryat Sefer Vol. 53 No. 3, 1978, pps. 565-576.

146. “Yehudei Latvia be-Lehimaha-Partizanit 1941-1945” (Hebrew); Jews in the Partisan Fight in Latvia 1941-1945, Dapimle-Heker Tkufat ha- Shoah 1,1978, pps. 157-175.

147. “Le Parashat ha-Yahasim beynha-Lita'im veha -Yehudim be-Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); About the Relations between the Lithuanians and Jews in the Second World War, Kivunim 2, 1979, pps. 29- 44.

148. “Ha-Yehudim ba-Ma'arekhetha-Politit u-ba-Manganon ha- Sovieti be-Lita, 1940-1941 (Hebrew); The Jews in the Political System of Lithuania 1940- 1941, Behinot8-9, 1979, pps. 129-140.

149. “The Fighting Leadership of the Judenrat in the Small Communities of Poland”,in Patterns of Jewish Leadership in Nazi Europe 1933-1945. Proceedings of Third Yad Vashem International Historical Conference, Jerusalem, 1979, pps. 133-147.

150. “Kemfer Vidershtandler un Fartaidiker” (Yiddish); Fighters, Resisters and Defenders,Folk un Tsiyon 27, pps. 13-14. 1980-1984

151. “Stiyot Mevukarot” (Hebrew);Controlled Deviations -- Soviet Policy Toward Jews During the Second World War, Shvut 7, 1980, pps. 51- 56.

152. “Ahdut be-Tzel Pilug” (Hebrew);'Unity' Overshadowed by Separation -- the Jewish 'Economic-Religious' List for the Elections to the Third Sejm in Democratic Lithuania(1926), MICHAEL 6, 1930, pps. 37-59.

153. “Tkufat ha-Shoah - Yehudei Besarabiya tahat ha-Shilton ha- Sovieti 1940-1941” (Hebrew); The Period of the Holocaust - The Jews of Bessarabia Under the Soviet Rule 1940-1941, in Pinkas Kehillot Romania (Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities in Romania), Vol. II, Jerusalem 1980, pps.300-310.

154. “Judenratim Ze'irim ke-Hanhagah Lohemet” (Hebrew); The Fighting Leadership of the Judenrat in the Small Communities in: Demut ha-Hanhagah ha-Yehudit be-Artzot ha-Shlita ha-Natzit,1933-1945, Jerusalem 1980, pps. 113-127.

155. “Yidn in Mizroch Eirope BeisnTsveytn Veltkrig” (Yiddish); The Jews in Eastern Europe During the Second World War, Die Presse (Winnipeg), 5.12.1980, pps. 25-26.

156. “A Kemfer un a Vegvayzer in GoyreldikeTeg” (Yiddish); A Fighter and a Guide in Fateful Days, Foreword in: Nehemiah Endlin.Oif di Vegn fun Partisaner Kamf, (In the Ways of Guerrilla Fight) Tel Aviv 1980, pps.1-8.

157. “Tekufah Ba-Ma'avar (1939-1941);Yehudei Mizrach Eiropah bi-Tekufat ha-Shilton ha-Sovieti ve Hashlakhot Tekufah zo al Yemei ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); The Intermediate Period and its Implications for the Holocaust in: Divrei ha-Congres ha Shevi'i le Madaei haYahadut Mehkarim be-Toldat ha- Shoah, Jerusalem 1980, pps. 13-19.

158. “Moshava shel Dayagim Yehudimle-yad ha-Kotev ha-Tsfoni” (Hebrew); A Jewish Fisherman Colony near the North Pole, Et-Mol 31 1981, pps. 14-15.

159. “Besarabiya - MAVO” (Hebrew);INTRODUCTION Bessarabia,Pinkas Kehillot Romania, Vol. II Jerusalem1980, pps. 299-310.

160. “Goral Yehudei Bessarabia be-Britha-Mo'atzot” (Hebrew); The Fate of the Bessarabian Jews in the USSR during World War II, in PinkasKehillot Romania, Vol. IIJerusalem 1980, pps. 317-330.

161. “Tsuvishn Hamer un Serp” (Yiddish); Between Hammer and Sickle: Yivo in Vilna under the Soviets, YivoBleter, Jubilee Volume XLVI,New York 1980, pps. 78-97.

162. “1939-1941: The Intermediate Period and its Implications for the Holocaust” Forum37 1980, pps. 103-116.

163. “The Jews and the Election Campaigns in Lithuania 1940-1941” Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 10, No. 1, 1980, pps. 39-51.

164. “The Jews in the Soviet Lithuanian Establishment 1940-1941” Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol 10, No. 2 1980, pps. 21-37.

165. “Ha-Hishtatfut ha-Yehuditbe-Milhemet ha-Atzma'ut ha- Lita'it” (Hebrew); The Participation of the Jews in the Liberation War of Lithuania, Kivunim13, 1981, pps. 77-95.

166. “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”,Jewish ComabatantVol 2, No. 4, 1981, pps. 21-26.

167. “Mi-Riga ha-Sovietitle-Yerushalayim -- be De'agah” (Hebrew); From Soviet Riga tt Jerusalem with Concern, the Last Letter from Shimon Dubnov to hisFriends in Eretz-Yisrael, Shvut 8, 1981, pps. 111-121.

168. Ve-zot le-Teudah be-Get'aot uveYa'arot Bielorusia” (Hebrew); A Reminder of Events in the Ghettos and Forests in Bielorussia Mivhar Sekirot 7, 1981, pps.20-21.

169. “Ad Kav ha-Ketz” (Hebrew); Tillthe End, Mivhar Sekirot 7, 1981, pps.21-22.

170. “Ha-Emet al Kastner” (Hebrew);The Truth About Kastner Mivhar Sekirot 7, 1981 pps.33-34.

171. “Sippur Hayim al Lev Karu'ave-Luhot Shevurim” (Hebrew); Story of Life and Cry of Distress, Foreword in: Moshe Milner, Me-Ever le-Kav ha- Hayim, Tel Aviv 1981, pps. 1-5.

172. “Eretz-Israel na Severnom Polyuse” (Russian); The Land of Israel on the North Pole,Rodina 28, 1982, pps. 28-32.

173. “Attempts of Jewish Refugees inthe USSR to Emigrate via its Southern Borders During World War II”,Crossroads 8, 1982, pps. 213- 234.

174. “Yetsiya u-Briha mi-Drom Britha-Moetzot le-Eretz Yisrael bi- Tkufat Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Escape to Israel from the USSR via its Southern Borders during World War II, Proceedings of the 8th World Jewish Congress on Jewish Studies, 1982, pps.201-206.

175. Ve-ele Shemot” (Hebrew); The Armed Struggle of Jewish Soldiers of the Red Army in World War II,Shvut 9, 1982, pps. 110-116.

176. “La-Aretz ba-Derekh ha-Arukah” (Hebrew); The Long Way to the Land of Israel, Et-Mol45, 1982, pps. 22-23.

177. “Keyn Eretz Yisro'el mit a langen Veg” (Yiddish); The Long Way to the Land of Israel, Folk un Tsiyon 49, 1982, pps. 18-19.

178. “A Koloniye fun Yidishe Fisherbaym Tsofn Pol” (Yiddish); A Jewish Fisherman Colony near the North Pole Folk unTsiyon 44, 1982, pps. 5-6.

179. “Yidn in Mizroch Eirope beysn Tsveytn Velt Krig” (Yiddish); The Jews in Eastern Europe during the Second World War, Die Presse (Montevideo), 24.11.1982, pps. 10-11.

180. “Behinat ha Nose ha-Adin” (Hebrew); The Discussion of a Delicate Question about the Relations between Lithuanians and Jews during World War II Davar,29.4.1982, p.8.

181. “Be-Rega shel Emet” (Hebrew); A Moment of Truth, Mivhar Sekirot 8, 1982, pps.40-41.

182. “Toldot ha-Yevsektziya be-Re'iya Historit” (Hebrew); The History of the Yevsektsiya - RevisedGesher 106, 1982, pps. 160-164.

183. “Korot ha-Shomer ha-Tzair be S.S.S.R.” (Hebrew); The History of Hashomer Hatzair in USSR,Kivunim 15, 1982, pps. 30-31.

184. “Devarim” (Hebrew); Matters in:Proceedings of the Fourth International Council of Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1982, pps. 97-98.

185. “Korotav shel Assir Tziyonshe-Hazar min ha-Kefor” (Hebrew); The Story of a Zionist Prisoner inUSSR, Kivunim 15, 1982, pps. 175-180.

186. “Uvdot ve ha-Arakhot alha-Yehudim ba-Tzava ha-Adom” (Hebrew); Events and Evaluations of the Role of the Jews in the Red Army during World War II, inMassuah 10, 1982, pps. 79-105.

187. “Baltic Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis, 1941-1945: Facts and Problems, Forum45, 1982, pps. 111-118.

188. “Opuji Klausime Gvildenant” (Lithuanian); The Discussions of a Delicate Question about the Relations between Lithuanians and Jews during World War II,Tevi_kesZiburiai (Canada),2.2.1982.

189. “A Soviet Rifle with a Jewish Heart” SA Zionist Record, 1982.

190. “Kibbutz imena Zaida Kolkhozimena Kaganovich Israel” (Russian); The Long Journey from the Zaida Kolkhoz to Israel, Rodina 76, 1982, pps. 28-40.

191. “Eastern European Jews in the Partisan Ranks During World War II” in: Genocide, Los Angeles, 1983, pps. 213-219.

192. Beyn ha-Patishveha-Magal” (Hebrew); Between the Hammer and the Sickle: Baltic Jewry under Soviet Rule DuringWorld War II -- a Volume of Collected Articles, Makor Publishing Ltd., Jerusalem 1983, 508 pps.,English Introduction.

193. “Divrei Hakdamah” (Hebrew) Introduction to Mehkarei Mikra: Min ha-Shevi ha-Sovieti by Meir Elyoeinay (Kantrovitz), Jerusalem 1983, pps.1-5.

194. “Galut Kafrisin 1946-1949ke-Bavua shel ha-Yishuv ha-Yehudi be- Eretz Yisrael” (Hebrew); The Cyprus Exile 1946-1949 as a Relfection of the 'Yishuv' in EretzIsrael, Yahadut Zemanenu, 27.4.1984,p.3.

195. “Sayar ve-Lohem be-Yamim HareiGoral” (Hebrew); A Pioneer and a Fighter in Fateful Days, Foreword in: Nehemiah Endlin; Be-Darkeiha-Lehima ha-Partizanit, (Inthe Ways of Guerilla Fight), Tel Aviv 1983, pps. 11- 16.

196. “Diyun shel Lohamimve-Histroionim” (Hebrew); Discussion of Fighters and Historians,Yalkut Moreshet 35, 1983, pps. 18-25.

197. “Argentina: Parasha shel ha-GiraYehudit” (Hebrew); Argentina: A Chapter of Jewish Emigration,Kivunim 13, 1983, pps. 153-155.

198. “Arrests and Deportations of Lithuanians to Remote Areas of the Soviet Union 1940-1941”,Crossroads 11, 1984, pps. 67-108.

199. “Yehudim ba-Diviziya ha-Lita'it be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha- Shniya” (Hebrew); Jews in the Lithuanian Division in World War II, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamim veha-Partizanim 51, 1984, pps.49-51.

200. “Yehudei Lita ha-Sovietitva-Mishor ha-Kalkali-Sotziali 1940- 1941” (Hebrew); The Social and Economical Situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania 1940-1941,Ha-Riva'on le-Heker Hevrati 20E, 1984, pps. 168-263.

201. “Nisyonoteihem shel Plitim Yehudim be-Brit ha-Mo'etzot Latzet Derekh Gvuloteha ha-Dromiym” (Hebrew); Attempts of Jewish Refugees in the USSR to Emigrate via its Southern Border During World War II, Kivunim 23, 1984, pps. 37-57.

202. “The Holocaust in Lithuania and Latvia”,Studies in Contemporary Jewry 1, 1984, pps. 381-385.

203. “Le-Koroteihem shel Yehudei Litashe-Gorshu le-Brit ha- Mo'etzot be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); History of Lithuanian Jews Exiled to the USSR in the Second World War, Shvut 10, 1984, pps. 83-100.

204. “Milhemet Kiyum be-Galut Sibir -le-Korot ha-Yehudim she-Huglu mi-Latvia be- Milhemet ha-Olamha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The Struggle of Survival in Siberian Exile -History of Latvian Jews Exiled to the USSR in the Second World War,in: Iyunim be-Yehadut Zemanenu - Mugashim le MosheDavis, Jerusalem 1984, pps. 125-145.

205. “Matzevet Zikaron le-Kehillah Kedoshah” (Hebrew); Memorial for a Holy Community, Foreword toSefer Telz (Tel_ai Book),Tel Aviv 1984, pps. 1-3.

206. “Yehudei ha-Aratzot ha-Baltiyotbe-Prihatam ve-Khilyonam” (Hebrew); Jews in the Baltic Countries intheir Blossoming and Destruction, Massuah 12, 1984, pps. 17-41.

207. “Tizkoret le-Gvurah Yehuditba-Tzava ha-Adom be-Milhemet ha- Olam ha- Shniya” (Hebrew); Jewish Heroism in the Red Army Dring the Second World War, Kivunim22, 1984, pps. 145-151.

208. “Yidishe Gvure beysn Tsveytn Veltkrig” (Yiddish); Jewish Heroism During World War IIFolk un Tziyon 56, 1984, pps. 22-23.

209. “Kavim le-Dmuta shel TezugahMatmedet le-Korot Yehudei Lita (Hebrew); Outlines for a Permanent Exhibition of the History of Lithuanian Jewry, Gachelet, (September 1984), pps. 10-11.

210. “Ha-Makhon le-Yeda ha-Yehudim” (Hebrew); The Institution on Jewish Knowledge, Et-Mol56, 1984 pps. 19-21.

211. “Di 'Yidishe Diviziye' in Kamfkegn di Natsis” (Yiddish); The 'Jewish Division' in the Fight Against the Nazis, YiddisheTsaytung, 27.4.1984, p.3.

212. “Tnu'at ha-Meri veha-Partizanim shel Yehudei Kovna be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha- Shniya” (Hebrew); The Resistance and Partisan Movement of the Jews of Kovno Ghetto in:Yahadut Lita Vol. IV, Tel Aviv 1984, pps. 159- 177.

213. “Ha-Ma'avak ha-Mezuyan shelha-Yehudim be-Lita neged ha- Nazim be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The Armed Struggle of Lilthuanian Jews against the Nazis During World War II, in: Yahadut Lita VolIV, Tel Aviv 1984 pps. 30-38.

214. “Assirim ve-Golim be-Sibir” (Hebrew); Prisoners and Exiles in Siberia, in: Yahadut Lita Vol IV., Tel Aviv 1984, pps. 453-466.

215. “Tekhilat ha-Briha mi-Litale-Eretz Yisrael” (Hebrew); The Beginning of the Flight from Lithuania to Eretz Israel, in: Yahadut Lita Vol.IV, Tel Aviv 1984, pps. 475-478.

216. “Hamisha Sfarim al Prihatanve-Kilyonan shel Yahadut Lita ve- Latvia” (Hebrew); Five Books about the Blossoming and Destruction of the Jewry of Lithuania and Latvia,Kivunim 26, 1984, pps. 179-188.

217. “July 1944 - The Crucial Monthfor the Remnants of Lithuanian Jewry”,Yad Vashem StudiesXVI, 1984, pps. 333-361.

218. “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”,in: Anthology on Armed Jewish Resistance, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1984, pps. 264- 279.

219. “Vulf Vilenski, a Soviet War Hero”,Jewish Soviet Affairs Vol. 14, No. 1, 1984, pps. 23-30.

220. “Hakdamah” (Hebrew); Introduction to Sefer Telz (Tel_ai Book), Tel Aviv 1984, pps. 8-10.


221. “Yuli 1944 - ha-Chodeshha-Makhria avur Sridei Yahadut Lita” (Hebrew); July 1944 - The Crucial Month for the Remnants of Lithuanian Jewry, Kovetz Mehkarim Yad Vashem 16, 1985, pps. 266-286.

222. “Fighting Back: Lithuanian Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis 1941-1945”, Foreward by Yehuda Bauer, Holmes et Meir, New York, London, 1985, 298 pps.

223. “Ve'zot le-Teudah be-Geta'otuve-Ya'arot Byelorusia” (Hebrew); Documentation in the Ghettos and Forests of Byelorussia, Gal-ed 7-8, 1985, pps. 290-291.

224. “Helkam shel Yehudei Mizrah Eiropah ba-Lehima ha-Partizanit be- Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The Participation of Eastern European Jews in the GuerrillaWarfare in the Second World War, Massuah 13, 1985, pps. 147-151.

225. “A Jewish Fishermen's Colony near the Pole”,Forum 54-55, 1985, pps. 133-136.

226. “Araynfir” (Yiddish); Introduction to Lazar Goldstein's Golden Book: Fun Kovner Geto biz Dakhau, New York 1985, pps. 20-27.

227. “Introduction” to Lazar Goldstein's Golden Book: “FromGhetto Kovno to Dachau, NewYork 1985, pps. 29-36.

228. “Gilgulo shel Tzilum Ishi” (Hebrew); Metamorphoses of a Personal Photograph, Ha-Shisha - Kol ha-Zikaron 5, 22.12.1985, p. 16.

229. “Yeladim u-Morim Yehudiym mi-Litabe-Batei Yeladim be-Brit ha- Moetzot be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Jewish Children and Teachers from Lithuania in SovietOrphanages in the Second World War, Shvut 11, 1985, pps. 87-96.

230. “Yerushalayim de-Lita ke-Miklat Ara'i le Plitim Yehudim be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya (Hebrew);Jerusalem of Lithuania (Vilna) as a Temporary Assylum for Jewish Refugees during World War II in: Ummah ve-Lashon,Studies of Memory of Prof. Aryeh Tartakower, Jerusalem 1985, pps.95-114.

231. “Lo E'ezov et Me'at ha-Tzon” (Hebrew); I will not leave my Sheep (from the last letter of Shimon Dubnov), Et-Mol 64, 1985, pps. 14-15.

232. “Denying the Holocaust”,Study Circle on WorldJewry - The President's House Jerusalem, Graph Press 1985, pps. 31-32.

233. “Baltic Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis 1941-1945 - Facts and Problems”,Forum45, pps. 111-117.

234. “Plitim Yehudim meha-Aratzotha-Baltiyot be-Tokhekhey Brit ha- Moetzot be- Milhemet ha-Olamha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Jewish Refugees from the Baltic Countries in the USSR during World War II, Shvut 12, 1986, pps. 43-46.

235. “Plitim Yehudiyim me-ha-Aratzotha-Baltiyot be-Tokhekhei Brit ha-Moetzot be- Milhemet ha-Olamha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Jewish Rufugees of the Baltic States in the Soviet Union in the Second World War in: Divrei ha-Kongres ha-Olami ha-Tshi'i le-Mada'eiYahadut (Proceedings of the Ninth World Congress of Jewish Studies), Jerusalem 1986, pps.191-196.

236. “Telz-Yavneh de-Lita be-Prihatauve-Hurbanah” (Hebrew); The Community of Telz - Before its Destruction and After, Yahadut Zemanenu, 1986, pps. 335-338.

237. “Beyn ha-Geto la-Ya'arotha-Partizanim” (Hebrew); In Between the Ghetto and Partisan Forests,Massuah 14, 1986, pps. 215-218.

238. “Adomas Tzone'ah me'ever le-Kaveiha-Oyev” (Hebrew); Adomasmade a Parachute Jump behind Enemy Lines, Et-Mol 66, 1986, pps. 19- 20.

239. “40 Shanah le-Oniyat ha-Ma'apilim'Pyetro' ” (Hebrew); Forty Years after the Illegal Immigration by the Ship “Pietro”,Yalkut Moreshet 41, 1986, pps.173-180.

240. “Baltic Jewry's Armed Resistanceto the Nazis”,in: Anthology on Armed Resistance 1939-1945Vol. III, Brooklyn, New York 1986, pps. 42- 48.

241. “Gilgulim” (Hebrew);Metamorphoses, Kivunim 32, 1986, pps. 47-51.

242. “A Jewish Bible Scholar in Soviet Russia”,Immanuel 20, 1986, pps. 21-26.

243. “Shagrir Noded shel Plitei Polinbi-Yemei ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); A Wandering Emissary of the Refugees in Poland during the Holocaust, Gal-Ed 9, 1986, pps. 311-315.

244. “Unique Series of Source Material- Soviet Media”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 16, No. 2 1986, pps. 76-79.

245. “Hayim shel Argaman ve-Sof Shahor” (Hebrew); The Life of the Spirit and the Bad End,Kivunim 33, 1986, pps. 143-147.

246. “Manhig Amami ba-Shoahule-Ahareha Hoter le-Ahdut ha-Am” (Hebrew); A Popular Leader during the Shoah and after and his Steps to Unify the Nation, Kivunim33, 1986, pps. 143-147.

247. “Al Sifro shel Zami Feder: Durkh 12 Gihenem Fayern” (Hebrew); Review of Sami Feder's Book: Inside the12 Fires of Hell, Bamah 103, 1986, pps. 73-74.

248. Introduction to the Book of L.Lidovski (in Hebrew); U-Shevivha-Esh lo Da'akh, Tel Aviv1986, pps. 9-10.

249. “Epizod fun a Yidish Akademishn Oyfshtayg in Estland” (Yiddish); Highlights of the Jewish Studies in Estonia, Folk unTsiyon 68, 1986, pps. 12-13.

250. “Ba-Ya'ar” (Hebrew); In the Forests as Partisans in: Me-Reshit ve-ad Aharit, Tel Aviv 1986, pps. 300-313.

251. Book Review “Ya'ar Katyn” (KatynForest), Holocaust andGenocide, 1986, p. 285.

252. “Ha-Shoa be-Histographiya” (Hebrew); The Holocaust in Historiography, Yad Vashem, 1987.

253. “Tkufah be Sograyim - Mavo” (Hebrew); Introduction to the book - The Jews in the Soviet Annexed Territories 1939-1941, The Hebrew University and Ghetto Fighter'sHouse, Tel Aviv, p.12.

254. “Tziyun derekh le-Mif'alHistoriografi be-Nose Yahadut Brit ha-Moetzot” (Hebrew); Hundred Volumes of: “Jews and Jewish People - Excerpts from the Soviet Press,Gesher 115, 1987, pps. 127-129.

255. “Ha-Kadur ha-Shvi'i shel Albina” (Hebrew); The Seventh Bullet of Albina, Et-Mol 73, 1987, pps. 5-6.

256. “Ha-Brigadah u-She'eritha-Pleita” (Hebrew); The Jewish Brigade and the Survivors,Ma'ariv, 24.4.1987, p.2.

257. “Lehem ve-Avodah be-MeshekMul'am” (Hebrew); Bread and Employment in a Nationalized Economy,Massuah 15, 1987, pps. 74-100.

258. Beyn Nitzotzle-Shalhevet - Irgun BritTziyon be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha- Shniya” (Hebrew); Spark and Flame -Irgun Brit Zion during the Second World War, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan 1987, 153 pps.

259. “Briha Mitmashekhet shel Sridim”.Yetsi'at Yehudim min ha- Aratzot ha-Baltiyot be-Shelhei Milhemetha-Olam ha-Shniya ule-Ahareha 1944-1946 (Hebrew); Flight of the Jewish Survivors from the Baltic Countries to Eretz- Yisrael 1944-46,In: Yahadut Mizrah Eiropa BeinSho'a le Tkumah, UniversitatBen Gurion ba-Negev, 1987, pps. 88-110.

260. “Ha-Perek ha-Aharon shel Batei-ha-Sefer ha-Yehudiyim be-Brit ha-Moetzot” (Hebrew); The Last Jewish Scholars in the USSR in: Yahadut Mizrah Eiropa bein Sho'ahle-Tkumah, Universitat Ben Gurion ba-Negev 1987, pps. 88-110.

261. “Ha-Motiv ha-Sovieti-Komunistive-Hashlakhotav al nose ha-Sho'ah ba- Histographiya shel ha-Golahha-Baltit” (Hebrew); The Soviet- Communist Motif and its Implicationson Holocaust as a subject in the Histography of the Baltic Emigration in: Ha-Sho'ahba-Histrographiya, ha-Kinusha- Hamishi shel Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1987, pps. 195-229.

262. “Miklat Ara'i im Bitahon Mugbal” (Hebrew); Temporary Shelter with Limited Security, Jewish Refugees of Lithuania inside USSR during World War II, Dappim le-Heker Tkufat ha-Sho'ah 5, 1987, pps. 91- 120.

263. “Lithuanian Jewish Refugees inthe Soviet Union During world War II, 1941- 1945”,Studies of Contemporary Jewry 4, 1987, pps. 37-59.

264. “Le-lo Menuhah” (Hebrew); Without Rest, Davar 4, September 1987, p.20, Book Review on Sarah Nashmit: Ve-el ha-Menuhah lo Bati, Tel Aviv 1987.

265. “The Economic Situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania 1940- 1941”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 17, No. 2, 1987, pps. 12-31.

266. “The Economic Situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania 1940- 1941”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 17, No. 3, 1987, pps. 25-38.

267. “Plitim Yehudim meha-Artzotha-Baltiyot be-tokhei Brit ha- Moetzot ba- Milkhemet ha-Olamha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Lithuanian Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Unionduring World War II, Shvut 12, 1987, pps. 43- 46.

268. Book Review of I. Damba's Book inRussian in: Aleph 205,8.12.1987

269. “Ha-Shoa be-Histographiya” (Hebrew); The Holocaust in Historiography, Yad Vashem, 1987, pps. 190-191 & pps. 582-583.

270. Mavo - “Tkufa be Sograyim” (Hebrew), Introduction - Period in Quotation Marks, 1987, p. 12.

271. “Ha-Shomer ha-Tsa'ir be-Lita:me-Igra Rama le-Bira Amikta” (Hebrew); Hashomer Hatzair in Lithuania,Yahadut Zmanenu Vol. 4, 1988, pps. 359-366.

272. “Sridei Betar be-Eiropa beynha-Mimsad ha-Tsiyoni le-veyn ha- Etsel, 1944- 1947” (Hebrew); Betarin Europe, 1944-1947, Yahadut Zemanenu Vol. 4, 1988, pps.367-372.

273. “Demuto she ha-Rav Tuvia Geffen,me-Rahok u-mi-Karov” (Hebrew); A Perspective on Rabbi Tobias Geffen: From Near and Far, in: LevTuviah, Newton, Mass 1988, pps. 9-16.

274. “Abba Kovner” (Hebrew);Gachelet, Association of Lithanian Jews in Israel,1988, p. 13.

275. “Hamesh Pgishot im Abba Kovner” (Hebrew); Five Meetings with Abba Kovner in: Abba Kovner mi-Shelo ve-Alav Yalkut Moreshet 1988, pps.112-114.

276. “Lehem ve-Avodah be-MeshekMul'am” (Part 2) (Hebrew); Bread and Employment in a Nationalized Economy, Massu'ah 16, 1988, pps. 46-73.

277. “Besufat Damim” (Hebrew); Stormand Bloodshed, Davar 15,September 1988, p. 12.

278. “Sridei Betar be-Eiropa beynha-Mimsad ha-Tsiyoni le-veyn ha- Etsel 1944- 1947” (Hebrew); Betar in Europe 1944-1947, Pirsumei Museon ha- Lohamim veha-Partizanim 63, 1988, pps. 51-56.

279. “Vegn Finf Bagegenishn mit Abe Kovner” (Yiddish); Five Meetings with Abba Kovner, Folk un Tsiyon 80, 1988, pps. 21-22.

280. “Toldot Yehudei Latviya” (Hebrew); The History of the Jews of Latvia in: Pinkas Hakehillot Latviave-Estonia, Jerusalem 1988, pps. 1- 50.

281. “Toldot Yehudei Estoniya” (Hebrew); The History of the Jews of Estonia in: Pinkas Hakehillot Latviave-Estonia, Jerusalem 1988, pps. 299- 317.

282. “Historiographic and OtherResearch of Eastern European Jewry in the Inter- War Period” in:Minority Problems in Eastern Europe between the World Wars,The Institute for Advanced Studies, Jerusalem 1988, pps.35-37.

283. “The Policy of the Baltic States toward their Jewish Minorities between the two World Wars” in:Minority Problems in Eastern Europe between the World Wars,Jerusalem 1988, pps. 82-89.

284. Pinkas Hakehillot Latvia ve-Estonia (Hebrew); Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities LATVIA and ESTONIA, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1988, 400 pps.

285. “The Education and Culture of the Jews in the Baltic States between the Two World Wars” in:Minority Problems in Eastern Europe between the World Wars,Jerusalem 1988, pps. 124-130.

286. “Lithuanian Jewish Refugees inthe Soviet Union during World War II 1941- 1945” in: Studies in Contemporary Jewry Vol. IV, 1988, pps. 185-209.

287. “The Soviet Communist Motif andits Effect on the Subject of the Holocaust in the Historiography of the Baltic Diaspora” in: The Historiography of the Holocaust Period, Jerusalem 1988, pps. 209-234

288. “Mevaseret ha-Aliya mi-Litabe-tom ha-Kravot” (Hebrew); The Herald of the Aliya from Lithuaniain: Ruzka Korchak - the Personality and Philosophy of the Life of a Fighter, Tel Aviv 1988, pps. 241-243.

289. “Divrei Reka al Yahadut Litave-Koroteha” (Hebrew); Introduction to Memorial Book of Merekh(Merkine), Tel Aviv 1988, p. 7.

290. Introduction to the Book of V.Vilenski Vicissitudes ofFate - the Story of a Hero of the Soviet Union, Tel Aviv 1988, pps. 7-8.

291. Hakdama - “Sipur Haim shel Gibor Brit ha-Moetzot ” (Hebrew); Preface to Biography of a Soviet Hero,Moreshet, 1988, pps. 7-8.

292. “Ha-Rishon she-Kara la-Mered” (Hebrew); The First to Call for Rebellion, Et-Mol 80 (6),1988, pps. 22-23.

293. “The Response of the Jews ofEastern Poland to the Invasion of the Red Army in September 1939”,Gal-Ed 11, 1989, pps. 87-102.

294. “Arrests and Deportations of Latvian Jews by the USSR during the Second World War”,NationalitiesPapers 16, 1989, pps. 50-70.

295. “Israel Educational Television inthe USSR - Spring 1989”,Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Summer 1989, pps.70-71.

296. Review on the book of Ya'akovGeller, “The Rise and Decline of a Community - The Ashkenazim and Sephardim in Romania 1919-1941”,Studies in: Contemporary Jewry 5, 1989, pps. 343-344.

297. “Kavim Yichudiyim shel ha-Hayalimha-Yehudim ha-Sovietim be- Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew);Unique Characteristics of Soviet Jewish Soldiers in the Second WorldWar, Pirsumei Museon ha-Lohamimveha- Partizanim 67, 1989, pps. 15-16.

298. “Itonut Yehudit Adumah -le-Koroteihem shel Shnei Itonim Yehudiyim ba- Shetahim she-Suphule-Brit ha-Moetzot be 1939-40” (Hebrew); Two Jewish Newspapers in Areas Annexed to the USSR in 1939-40, Qesher 6, 1989, pps. 75-80.

299. “Le-parashat ha-Yehasim beinha-Amim ha-Baltiyim le-vein Skheineihem ha- Yehudim be-Milhemetha-Olam ha-Shniya, lefaneha ule- aharei'ha” (Hebrew); On the Relations between the Baltic Peoples and their Jewish Neighbors during World War II, before and after, Massuah 17, 1989, pps. 29-56.

300. “Shiv'ah Yamim ba-Derekh” (Hebrew); Seven Days on the Way, Et-Mol 85, 1989, pps. 6-8.

301. Tekufah be-Sograyim - 1939-1941 (Hebrew); The Jews in the Soviet Annexed Territories1939-1941, The Hebrew University and Ghetto Fighter'sHouse, Tel Aviv 1989, 412pps.

302. “Peulah Ziyonit Mahtartitbe-Mizrah Eiropah tahat ha-Shilton ha- Sovieti” (Hebrew); Zionist Activity in Underground in Eastern Europe under the Soviet Rule in:Zionist Youth Movements duringthe Holocaust, 1989, pps.175-181.

303. “Hurban Yehudei Volhin” (Hebrew);The Destruction of Volhynian Jews, Yahadut Zemanenu5, 1989, pps. 357-361.

304. “Nagmash u-Shma Zelda” (Hebrew);An Armoured Car by the Name Zelda in: Zelda the Partisan, Tel Aviv 1989, pps. 106-107.

305. “On the Relations between the Baltic Peoples and their Jewish Neighbors before, during and after World War II” in: Rememberingfor the Future Vol. I,Pergamon Press, Oxford 1989, pps. 171-181.

306. “Israel Educational Television inthe USSR - Spring 1989”,Jewsand Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Summer 1989, pps.85-86.

307. “Once Again a Yiddish Newspaperin Vilna, the Jerusalem of Lithuania” Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 3 (10), 1989, pps.96-99 308. “Hamishim Rayonot im Cha”i Sakhkanim” (Hebrew); Fifty Interviews with Cha”i (Eighteen) Actors, Bamah 116,1989.


309. “The Fateful Decision - The Flight of the Jews into the Soviet Interior in the Summer of 1941”Yad Vashem Studies, Vol. XX, Jerusalem 1990, pps. 115-142.

310. “The Jewish Remnants in the Baltic States - Re-establishment of Exodus (1944-946) inShe'erit Hapletah1944-1948, Rehabilitation andPolitical Struggle, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1990, pps. 17-43.

311. “A Regimented Press”,Our Press 5, Tel Aviv 1990, pps. 33- 38.

312. “Unzer Presse” (Yiddish); Our Press, Unzer Presse 5, 1990, pps. 33-39.

313. “Ha-Itonut Shelanu” (Hebrew); Our Press Ha-Itonut Shelanu 5, 1990, pps. 29-32.

314. “The 'Regimented' Press in the Baltic Countries”,Our Press 6, Tel Aviv 1990, pps.29-36.

315. “The Struggle for Institutions ofJewish Culture in Soviet Lithuania 1956-1958”, Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 3(13), Winter1990, pps. 49-54.

316. “Oasis on Mirage--Murderers only Helped to Kill”,“The Jews of Lithuania”,Sicsa Report No.4, Jerusalem, Summer 1990, pps. 3, 9.

317. “Lietuvos Zydai Sibire” (Lithuanian); Lithuanian Jews in Siberia, Tremtinys, Vilinius April 1991.

318. “On Relations between the Baltic Peoples and their Jewish Neighbors before, during and after World WarII”,Holocaust and Genocide Studies Vol. 5, No. 1, 1990, pps. 53-66.

319. “Shuv Iton Yehudi be-Vilna” (Hebrew); Again a Jewish Newspaper in Vilna, Qesher 7, 1990,p.7.

320. “Vider a Yiddishe Tsaytung in Vilne” (Yiddish); Again a Jewish Newspaper in Vilna, Folk un Tsiyon 87, 1990, pps. 15-16.

321. “Mekhonit Yotzeit la-Derekh” (Hebrew); A Truck of the Underground Organization Leaves the Riga Ghetto, Et-Mol 6/92, 1990, pps. 19-21.

322. “Yehudei Romania tahat ha-Shiltoha-Sovieti be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Rumanian Jews under Soviet Rule during World War II in: Divrei ha- Kongress ha-Olami ha-Asir le-Madaeiha-Yahadut (Tenth World Jewish Congress), Jerusalem 1990, pps. 441-448.

323. “Hurban Yehudei Vohlin” (Hebrew); The Destruction of the Jews in Volhynia, Yalkut Vohlin46-47, 1990, pps. 46-50.

324. “In Sibir” (Yiddish); In Siberia,Yerushalaimde-Litta 5/5, 1990, p. 4.

325. “Al Posh'ei ha-Milhama” (Hebrew);On the Criminals of War, Nativ 3 (14),1990, pps. 4-6.

326. “Sheki'ata shel Ashlaya” (Hebrew); An Immersion of an Illusion, Ha-Aretz,17.9.1990.

327. “Yehudei Bessarabia u-TzefonBokovina tahat ha- Shilton ha-Sovieti be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya1940-1945” (Hebrew); The Jews of Bessarabia and North Bukovina under Soviet Rule during the Second World War 1940- 1945, Massuah18, 1990, pps. 52-61.

328. “Koroteha shel Mishpahah Yehuditbe-Litta be-mahalakh ha- Sovietizatziya 1940-1941” (Hebrew); A Story of a Jewish Family in Lithuania during the Period of Sovietization1940-1941, Dappim le-Heker Tkufat ha- Shoa, 1990, pps.176-184.

329. “Itonut Memushteret” (Hebrew); A Regimented Press, Ha-Itonut Shelanu 6, 1990, pps. 23-29.

330. “Rezhim Presse” (Yiddish); A Regimented Press, Unzer Presse 6, 1990, pps. 29-36.

331. “Kavim Yihudiyim shel ha-Hayalimha-Yehudim ha-Sovietim be- Milhemet ha- Olam ha-Shniya -leor Mehkar Nisyoni” (Hebrew); Unique characteristics of Soviet Jewish Soldiers in the Second World War, Yalkut Moreshet 49, 1990, pps. 30-42.

332. “Lietuvos Zydu Arestai ir Tremimai 1940-1941 Metais” (Lithuanian); Arrests and Expulsions of the Jews from Lithuania during 1940-1941, Pergale 1(529), Vilnius 1990, pps. 98-111.

333. “Pravda I Polupravda o Litovskom Yevreystve” (Russian); Truth and Half truths about Lithuanian Jewry,Kobtshek Arc No. 2, Moscow 1990, pps. 245-256.

334. Entries: Adamowicz, Irena (Vol.I, p. 6); Brizgys Vincentas (Vol. I, pps. 246- 247); Elkes, Elchanan(Vol. II, pps. 443-445); Estonia, (Vol. II, pps. 448- 450); IrgunBrit Zion (Vol. II pps. 718-719); Kedainiai (Vol. II, 1, pps. 794-795); Kaunas-Kovno (Vol. II, pps. 824-827); Lietuviu AktivistuFrontas - Lithuanian Activist Front (Vol. II, p. 876); Lithuania(Vol. III, pps. 895-899); Klaipeda- Memel (Vol. II, pps. 969-971);Ninth Fort (Vol. III, pps. 1061-1062); Partisans (Vol. III, pps.1115-1118); Policiniai Batalionai - Lithuanian Police Battalions(Vol. III, pps. 1176-1177); Rumbula (Vol. III, pps. 1311-1312);Robinson, Jacob (Vol. III); Tallinn (Vol. IV, pps. 1451); Vaivara(Vol. IV pps. 1558-1559); Valdemaras, Augustinas (Vol. IV, pps.1580-1581); Yelin, Haim (vol. IV, p. 1686); Ziman, Henrik (Vol. IV, pps. 1734-1735), Encyclopediaof the Holocaust 4 volumes,ed. by Israel Gutman, New York - London 1990, All the above entrieshave been published in the Hebrew Edition in 1991, 5 volumes.

335. “Sridei ha-Yehudim ba-Aratzotha-Baltiyot beyn Hitbasesut le- Yetziah: 1944- 1946” (Hebrew); The Jewish Remnants in the Baltic States: Re- Establishment or Exodus 1944-1946 in: She'erit Ha-Pleta 1944-1948 - Ha- Shikum veha- Ma'avak ha-Politi, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1991, pps. 15- 37.

336. “Sofrei Yiddish be-Mizrah Eiropatahat ha-Shilton ha-Sovieti, Bereshit Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya1939-1941” (Hebrew); Jewish Writers in Soviet- Ruled Eastern Europe at the Beginning of the Second World War 1939-1941, Shvut14, 1991, pps. 121-140.

337. “Al Mikhael Yitshaki-Gelbtrunk,ki-Dmut Mofet shel Dor ha-Shoa” (Hebrew); Michael Yitzhaki-Gelbtrunk of Blessed Memory, Massuah 19, 1991, pps, 234-239.

338. “Le-Toldot 'Irgun Brit-Tziyon'be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The History of the 'Brit-Zion Organization' during World War II, Massuah19, 1991, pps. 95-104.

339. “Kehilat Yurburg be-tokh Yahadut Lita - ha-Meyuhad veha- Meshutaf” (Hebrew); The Jewish Community of Yarburg as a Part of Lithuanian Jewry - the Unique and Common in:Sefer ha-Zikkaron le KehillatYurburg, Jerusalem 1991.

340. “Ha-Nitzotz - K'tav-et Ivri,ha-Yehidi be-Eiropa be- Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya ule-Ahareha” (Hebrew); Ha-Nitzotz - The only Hebrew Periodical in Europe duringand after the Second World War, Ha-Itonut Shelanu7, 1991, pps. 9-16.

341. “Nitzotz - fun der Untererdisher Bavegung un fun der Sherith Hapleitah” (Yiddish); The Spark of the Underground Movement and of the Remnants, Unzer Presse 7,1991, pps. 11-20.

342. “Bein ha-Emet le'Emes” Hibur Hadash “Mitta'am al Yahadut Lita” (Hebrew); Between Truth and Truthon Shlomo Atamuk's The Jews in Lithuania, Yehudei Brit Ha-Moetzot 14, 1991, pps. 254-259.

343. “Ha-Mahane ha-Tziyoni ha-Klaliba-Aretz uba-Golah bein Ihud le- Pilug” (Hebrew); The 'GeneralZionists' in Israel and in the Diaspora - Unification and Split,Kivunim 3(40), 1991, pps. 83-85.

344. “Halutzei ha-Historiya Be-Al-Peh” (Hebrew); The Pioneers of Oral History, Hauniversita 6,1991, pps. 11-13.

345. “Giluyei Parshiyot Alumotbe-Sefer Zikhronot shel Lohem Yehudi mi-Kovna” (Hebrew); Uknown Accounts about the Underground in the Kovno Ghetto, Yalkut Moreshet 51, 1991, pps. 165-168.

346. “Another Flawed Attempts at Rapprochement between Jews and Latvians” Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 1(14), Jerusalem 1991, pps. 89-91.

347. “Zydu Spaudos Lietovoje Zlugimas” (Lithuanian); The Break-up of the Jewish Press in Lithuania,LietuvosJeruzale, 3(17), March 1991.

348. “Unichtozheniye Yevreiskoi Pressiv' Litve” (Russian); The Destrucion of the Jewish Press in LithuaniaLitovskii Yerusalim 3(17), March 1991.

349. “A Book Written in Blood and Lead” (Foreward), Anthology on Armed Jewish Resistance 1941-1945 (ed. Isaac Kowalski), Vol. IV., Brooklyn N.Y. 1991, pps.11-13.

350. “ 'Nitzotz' (The Spark) of the Underground Movement and the Remnants of the Surviving Few”Our Press 7, Tel Aviv, 1991, pps. 11-20.

351. “The Sovietization of Lithuania,1940”,The JewishQuarterly, London Vol. No. 14,Winter 1991, pps. 49-53.

352. “The Sovietization of the Baltics and the Jews 1940-1941”,Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 2, No. 1,1991, pps. 54-58.

353. “Der 'Emes' vegn di Yidn in Lite” (Yiddish); The Truth about the Jews of Lithuania, Folk un Tsiyon 92, 1992, pps. 28-29.

354. “Ha-Diviziya ha-16 ha-Klaipeda'it” (Hebrew); The 16th Division the “Klaipedian”,Massuah 20, April 1992, pps.65-71.

355. “Unique Characteristics of Soviet Jewish Soldiers in the Second World War” in: The Shoah and the War, New York etc. 1992, pps. 233-243.

356. “Ha-Sovietizatsiya shel Litabe-Eyney Toshav Yehudi” (Hebrew); The Soveitization of Lithuania through the Eyes of a Jewish Citizen, Yalkut Moreshet52, April 1992, pps. 173-181.

357. “Zikhronot shel Lohem Yehudimi-Geto Kovna” (Hebrew); Memoirs of a Jewish Fighter in Kovno(Kaunas), Gesher 124, 1992, pps. 128-130.

358. “Tiesa apie Lietuvos Zydus” (Lithuanian); The Truth about the Jews of Lithuania, Naujasis Zidinys, July-August 1992, pps. 111- 116.

359. “Lietuviu Santykiai zu Zydaisantrujo Pasaulinio Karo I_vakarese, karo Metu” (Lituanian); The Relations between the Lithuanians and the Jews during World War II,Kauno Tiesa, 6.2.1992.

360. “Shestnatstaya” (Russian); The Sixteenth, Slovo InvalidaVoyni 5, January 1992, pps.52-55.

361. “Shestnatstaya” (Russian); The Sixteenth, Slovo InvalidaVoyni, 6.5.1992, pps. 28-30.

362. “Hamishim Shana la'Aktsiyaha-Gedola be-Geto Kovna she- be-Lita” (Hebrew); Fifty Years after the Great Action in Kovno Ghetto, Pirsumei ha- Museon shel ha-Lohamimve-ha-Partizanim No. 5(75),1992, pps. 72-74.

363. “Ha'Omnam Lita Aheret?” (Hebrew); Is there a new Lithuania?, Litaha-Pesha veha-Onesh No. 1, January 1992, p. 2.

364. “Mirni Dogorov Mezhdu Rossie ILitvoi” (Russian); Peace between Russia and Lithuania, at a Price,Et-Mol (106)2, December 1992.

365. “Sfarim she-Nitkablu be-Arkhiyon” (Hebrew); Books uncovered in the Archives, Gachelet, TelAviv, May 1992.

366. “Der 'Emes' vegn di Yidn in Lite” (Yiddish) The Truth about the Jews in Lithuania, Folk un Tsiyon 93-94, 1992, pps. 24-25.

367. “Zikhronotav shel Lohem Yehudimi-Geto Kovna she-be-Lita” (Hebrew); Memoirs of a Jewish Fighter in Kovno Ghetto, HedHa-Mahar 5, 1992, pps. 22-23.

368. “Ha-Nose ha-Yehudi ba-Itonut shelLita” (Hebrew); The Jewish Issue in the Lithuanian Press,Lita-ha-PeshaVe-ha-Onesh 2, July 1992, pps.2-3.

369. “Estonskiye Yevreyi, 1941-1945” (Russian); Estonian Jews, 1941- 1945, Ha- Shahar 5(56),1992, pps. 5-6.

370. “Barukh she-Amar ve 'Hodu' Kav'uet ha'Gvul” (Hebrew); Two Prayers Changed the Border, Et-Mol2(106), Vol. 18, 1992, p. 18.

371. “Katyn Forest - 1940”Studies in Contemporary Jewry VIII, 1992, pps.285-286.

372. “Tauta Nekaltinama” (Lithuanian);The Whole Nation is not Guilty, Tevi_kes Ziburai,1992.

373. “Lithuanian Attitudes toward the Jewish Minority in the Aftermath of the Holocaust: The Lithuanian Press: 1991-1992”,Holocaust and Genocide Studies V. 7, No.2, 1993, pps. 247-262.

374. “Le-Parashat ha-Yehasim beynhe-Amim ha-Baltiyim leveyn ha- Mi'ut ha- Yehudi she-be-tokham be-Tsel Mora'ot ha-Sho'a ve- Totsoteha” (Hebrew); The Holocaust and its Consequences, Massuah 21, 1993, pps. 92- 97.

375. “Hayalav shel Anders” (Hebrew);The Soldiers of the Anders Army, Et-Mol 5(109), June 1993, pps. 9-11.

376. “Yehudim be-Galut Sibirbe-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Jews in Exile in Siberia during the Second World War, Kivunim 4, April1993, pps. 159-163.

377. “Eretz-Yisrael na Severnom Poliuse” (Russian); Eretz-Yisrael on the North Pole, Vecherniye Novosti, (Vilnius), 12.5.1993.

378. “Sesioliktoji Lietuviskoji Divizija ir Zydai” (Lithuanian); The Sixteenth Lithuanian Division and the Jews, Vakarines Naujienos, Vilnius, 4.8.1993.

379. “Ha-Nose ha-Yehudi ba-Itonutha-Litait” (Hebrew); The Jewish Issue in the Lithuanian Press,Lita-ha-Pesha-Veha-Onesh 3, 1993, pps. 6- 14.

380. “Itonut Lita 1991-1992” (Hebrew);The Lituanian Press: 1991- 1992, Yehudei Brit ha-Moetzot be-Ma'avar 1(16), 1993, pps. 127-134.

381. “Yidn un Litviner in der Sho'a” (Yiddish); Jews and the Lithuanians during the Holocaust,Folk un Tsiyon 99, August 1993, pps. 14-16.

382. “Zaido vardo Kibucas -Kaganoviciaus vardo Kolukis-Israelis” (Lithuanian); From the Kibbutzin the Name of Zayd - to the Kolkhoz in the Name of Kaganovich - andto Israel, Vakarines Naujienos, Vilnius, 31.5.1993.

383. “Shigra tokh Konnenut Matmedet;Havay shel Lohamim Yehudim be- Gdud Partizani Sovieti” (Hebrew); On Constant Alert - The Daily Routine in the Life of Jewish Fighters ina Soviet Partisan Unit in the Second World War, Dappim le-Heker ha-Shoah 10, 1993, pps. 245-256

384. “Kibbutz imena Zaida Kolkhozimena Kaganovicha Israel” (Russian); From the Kibbutz in the Name of Zayd - to the Kolkhoz in the Name of Kaganovich - and to Israel,Vechreniye Novosti 18 (5), 1993, p.5.

385. “Estonskiye Yevreyi, 1941-1945” (Russian); Estonian Jews, 1941- 1945, Ha- Shahar 1(59),1993, pps. 3-4.

386. “Baltic Jews under the Soviets 1940-1946”,Centre for Research and Documentation of East European Jewry and The Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1994, 393 pps.

387. “New Lithuania's Old Policy toward the Holocaust”,Jews in Eastern Europe 2(24), 1994, pps. 67-71.

388. “Arikat Hayalim Yehudim me-TzavaAnders be-Eretz Yisrael 1942” (Hebrew); The Desertion of Jewish Soldiers from Anders Army in Palestine, Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies Vol. 2, Jerusalem1994, pps. 297-304.

389. “Iz Knigi 'Soprotivleniye' ” (Russian); Professor Levin's Foreward to the book'Fighting Back', The Jewish Museum, Vilna 1994, pps. 212-225.

390. “Der Dopplter Yoyv'l fun 'Folk unTsiyoyn' untern Tseychn fun Historish'n Nitsochn fun Tsiyonism” (Yiddish); The Jubilee of 'Folk un Tsiyon' - Indication of the Victory of Zionism, Folk unTsiyon 101, 1994, p. 19.

391. “Ha-Nose ha-Yehudi u-Sefiheiha-Sho'a ba-Itonut shel Litta 1993” (Hebrew); The Contemporary Lithuanian Press with Regard to its Attitude to the Holocaust and to the Jews, Yalkut Moreshet 56, 1994, pps. 165-181.

392. “ Mi-Kovna ve-ad Dimona -Gilguleha shel ha-Sifriya al Shem Avraham Mapu” (Hebrew); From Kovnoto Dimona - Metamorphoses of the Avraham Mapu Library,Et-Mol 115, 1994, pps. 10-11.

393. “Der Gilgul fun der MapuBibliotek fun Kovne biz Dimona” (Yiddish); From Kovno to Dimona -Metamorphoses of the Avraham Mapu Library, Folk un Tsiyon103-104, 1994, pps. 24-25.

394. “From Kovno to Dimona -Metamorphoses of the Avaraham Mapu Library”, Gachelet, August 1994 pps. 1-2.

395. “Korote'ha ve-Gorala shelha-Sifriya al Shem Avraham Mapu be-Kovna” (Hebrew); The History of the Avraham Mapu Library in Kovno, Yad La-kore 24,3-4.11.1994 pps. 20-23.

396. Book Review on Shlomo Atamuk's'Yidn in Lite' (Jews in Lithuania - Vilna, 1990, 144 pps.),Studies in Contemporary Jewry Vol. X, 1994, pps.304-307.

397. “Intervyu mit Yudl Mark wegn Yiddisher Politik in Lite 1919-1923” (Yiddish); Interview with Yudel Mark on Jewish Politics in Lithuania, 1919-1923, Yivo Bleter, New York, new series, Vol II, 1994, pps. 147-166.

398. “Yevreyi Estonii na Voyne” (Russian); The Estonian Jews at War, Slovo Invalida Voyny 10, August 1994 pps. 24-25. 1995-1999

399. “Al ha-Nehira ha-Nilhevet shelha-Sridim le-Ukra'ina” (Hebrew); The Enthusiastic Flow of Survivorsto the Ukraine, YalkhutVohlin 51-52, 1995 p.20.

400. “Ha-Matara hi Ahat - Aliya(Hebrew); Alyia the only Purpose, Gachelet, 1995p.5.

401. “Aliya Vav: Berichat Hayalim Yehudim me-Tzava Anders be-Eretz- Yisrael 1942-1943” (Hebrew); Mass Desertion by Jewish Soldiers from Anders Polish Forces in Palestine1942-1943, Yahadut Zemanenu 9, 1995, pps.149-167.

402. “The Daily Life of Jewish Deportees in Siberia during and after World War II”, Shvut1-2 (17-18), 1995, pps. 424-430.

403. “Hashpa'atan shel Misgarotha-Lehima be-Mizrah Eiropa al Memadey ha-Ma'avak ha-Mezuyan shelha-Yehudim” (Hebrew); Patterns of Jewish Warfare in Eastern Europe during World War II, Lechima Yehudit ba- Shoa Dapim le Heker Tkufat ha-Shoa 12, 1995, pps. 159-171.

404. “Beshulei Ma'amara shel Dina Porat” (Hebrew); Remarks to the Essay of Dina Porat, Massuah23, 1995, pps. 228-230.

405. “Yidn in der Litvisher Divizie via Zeltene Militerish-Natsionale Dershainung” (Yiddish); The Participation of the Jews in the Lithuanian Division as a Rare National Phenomenon in the Military in: Ha-Derekh la-Nitzachon, Tel Aviv 1995, pps. 19-22.

406. “Nusah Lita de-ha-Yom - 50 Shanale-Ahar ha-Shoah” (Hebrew); Lithuania Today - Fifty Years after the Holocaust, Massuah 23, 1995, pps. 228-230.

407. “A Chossid un a Misnaged hob'nBashtimt di Grenetsn Tsvishn Rusland un Lite...” (Yiddish); How the Border between Russia and Lithuania was Determined, Folk un Tsiyon 105, 1995, p.10.

408. “Yomano shel Student” (Hebrew);Diary of a Student, Pee ha-Aton 11, 1995, pps. 12-21.

409. “New Lithuania's Old Policytoward the Holocaust Lithuania Crime & Punishment 5,1995, pps. 18-24.

410. “Some Facts and Problems aboutthe Fighting of Lithuanian Jews against the Nazis and their Collaborators (1941-1945)” in: The Days of Memory, 1995, pps. 284-295.

411. “Ha-Gorem ha-Sovieti-Kommunistive-Yehudey Miszrah Eiropa be- Thilat Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); The Soviet-Communist Facet and the Jews of Eastern Europe at the begining of the Second World War, Yalkut Moreshet60, 1995, pps. 77-83.

412. Book Review on Masha Greenbaum's'The Jews of Lithuania,1316-1945', Jews in Eastern Europe 2(27), Gefen Publishing House, Jerusalem and New York 1995, pps. 80-83.

413. “Yahadut Lita: me-Igra Ramale-Birta Amitka” (Hebrew); The Rise and Fall of Lithuanian Jewry,Gesher 132, 1995, pps. 135-136.

414. “Eretz-Izrael na Biegunie Polnocnym” (Polish); Eretz Yisrael on the North Pole, Kurier Wilenski 106 (12762), 30.10.1995, p. 6.

415. Introduction to the Book” Me-Ever li-Shmeiha-Anana” (Hebrew); of Baruch Shub, Tel Aviv 1995, pps. 9-11.

416. “Ha-Kol biglal ha-Koteret” (Hebrew); On Account of a Headline, Ha-Aretz(“Sfarim”), 18.1.1995, p. 7.

417. “Berakha le-Yotsey ha-Divitziyaha-Litait be-Yom ha-Nitsahon al ha-Natsim” (Hebrew); Greetings to the Veterans of the Lithuanian Division on the Fiftieth Anniversary ofV-E Day, Gachelet,September 1995, pps. 3- 5.

418. “The Lesserof Two Evils: Eastern European Jewry Under the Soviet Rule:1939-1941”,The Jewish Publication Society,Philadelphia 1995, 400 pps.

419. “Some Facts and Problems About the Fighting of Lithuanian Jews Against the Nazis and their Collaborators”,The Days ofMemory, baltos lankos, Vilnius 1995, pps. 271-283.

420. “Kai Kurie Faktai Ir Problemos,Susije su Lietuvos Zydu Kova Prie_ Nacius Ir Ju Vietinius Talkininkus(1941-1945)” (Lithuanian); Some Facts and Problems About the Fighting of Lithuanian Jews Against the Nazis and their Collaborators,Atminties Dienos (The Days of Memory),baltos lankos, Vilnius 1995, pps. 284-295.

421. “Mivhar Tamu'ha u-Parshanut Selektivit; Teudot ve-Uvdot al Retsah Yehudei Estoniya” (Hebrew); AQuestionnable Collection and a Selective Analysis of Documents and Facts on the Annihilation of the Jews in Estonia, Massuah24, 1996, pps. 286-291.

422. “Ha-Bimah ha-Yehudit ba-Shtahimha-Mesupachim le-Brit ha- Moetzot 1939- 1941” (Hebrew); The Jewish Stage and Theater in the Soviet Annexed Territories 1939-1941,Ha-Te'atron ha-Yehudi be-Britha- Moetzot, Jerusalem 1996, pps. 91-131.

423. “The Jews of Vilna under Soviet Rule”,Polin Vol. 9, 1996, pps. 107-137.

424. “Giluyim shel 'Lehima Yehudit' be-Milhemet ha-Olam ha-Shniya” (Hebrew); Revelations of Jewish Warefare during the World War II in: Major Changes Within the Jewish People in the Wake of the Holocaust, Jerusalem 1996, pps. 345-355.

425. “Revelations of “Jewish Warfare ”During World War II” - Major Changes Within the Jewish People in theWake of the Holocaust in: Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1996, pps.359-370.

426. “Yerushalayim de-Litta - EmesdikeTsaitung fun Litvishe Yidn” (Yiddish); Yerushalyim de-Litta - True Accounts from Lithuanian Jews in: Naiye Tsaitung,Tel Aviv 9.9.1996.

427. “PINKASHA-KEHILLOT LITA” --- Encyclopedia of Jewish Communites in Lithuaniafrom their Foundation until after the Holocaust, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1996, 770pps.

428. “Persisting Anti-Semitism in Independent Lithuania - Post Soviet - According to the Lithuanian Press in the years 1991-1996”,Lithuania Anti- Semitism, 1996, pps. 4-30.

429. “Ha-Sakanot be Mivtsa shelSpielberg” (Hebrew); The Dangers of Spielberg's Action,Ha'Aretz 2, 10.5.96, p.2d.

430. “Lithuania” The World Reacts to the Holocaust, John HopkinsUniversity Press, 1996, pps.325-353.

431. “Professor Tzvi A. Braun Zal” (Hebrew); Professor Tzvi A. Braun of Blessed Memory, Yalkut Moreshet 62, 1996, p.199. 432. “Mul Goldhagen” (Hebrew); Opposite Goldhagen, Ha'Aretz Tirbut ve Safrut, 25.10.96.

433. “Nitzotz” Di Tzaitung fun derUntererdisher Baveging un fun der Shearit ha- Plita (Yiddish); 'The Spark', of the Underground Movement and of the Remnants,Yerushalayimde-Lita (73-74), 1-2 1997,p.3.

434. “Un Combatdésespéré” (French); A Desperate Fight,Lituanie Juive 44, 1996, pps, 176-184.

435. “55 Yor noch der 'GroiserAktsiye' in Kovner geto” (Yiddish); 55 Years Since the 'Big Action'in the Kovno Ghetto, Forverts, 5.97, pps. 12-13. 436. “Ha-Antishemiyut Nimshehet be-Lita ha-Atsmait” (Hebrew); Anti- Semitism Perisists in Independent Lithuania,Massuah 25, April 1997, pps. 78-92.

437. “Geshichte fun der KovnerYiddisher Geto-Polizei - halokim” (Yiddish); Historical Excerpts -The Jewish Ghetto Police in Kovno, Yivo Bleter, New Series, Vol. II Institute for Jewish Research, New York 1997, pps.206-295.

438. “Azkara in New York” (Yiddish);Memorial in New York - 55 Anniversary of the 'Big Action' in the Kovno Ghetto, Gachelet, TelAviv, May 1997.

439. “Eduto shel Abrasha Krizhovskime-Geto Vilna” (Hebrew); Testimony of Avrasha Krizhovski a Survivor of the Ghetto in Vilna”,Museonha- Lohamim veha-Partizanim9(2), Tel Aviv, April 1997, pps. 19-23.

440. “Yehudei ha-Aratzot ha-Baltiyot -be-Prihatam ube-Kiliyonatam” (Hebrew); Jews of the Baltic States -their Blossoming and Destruction, Introduction to: Jews of the Baltic States -Bibliography, Jerusalem 1997.

441. Book Review of Eugenia Gurin-Loov, “The Holocaust of Estonian Jews, 1941”,Hebrew University, Studies in Contemporary Jewry Vol. 13, 1997.

442. “Al Sefer Lita'i be-Nose Kehillat Anyksht” (Hebrew); Review of a Lithuanian Book About the Jewish Community in Anyksciai: “Nenusigrezk nuo saves, Gyvieji Tiltai” (DoNot Avoid Yourself) by Rimantas Vanagas, (first published in Vilna1995), Article published in: Gachelet in 1997 pps. 3- 5.

443. Hakdamah - “Lo Suga be-Shoshanim- Hanichei Tnu'ot Noar be-Shulei ha-Shoa” (Hebrew); Preface to Not a Rose Garden - Youth Group Educators during the Holocaust, 1997, pps.5-7.

444. “Ruins and Remeberance”,Hidden History of the Kovno Ghetto, Washington DC. 1997, pps. 221-228.

445. Fighting Back - “Lithuanian Jewry's Armed Resistance to the Nazis, 1941-1945”, [Preface to the New Edition, 1997, pps. ix-x.]

446. “Aliya “Vav” (Hebrew)” The Mass Desertion of Jewish Soldiers from the Polish Army in Palestine,1942-1943”,Shvut No. 5(21),1997, pps. 1- 27.

447. “The Interwar President of Lithuania: Between Liberalism and Authoritarianism”,Review oo Lithuanian Book “Antanas Smetona ir jo laikai” (Antanas Smetona andhis times) by Liudas Truska (published in Vilnius 1998); publishedin: Jews In Eastern Europe, 2(36) 1998, pps. 82-85

448. “Ba-yom ha-aharon shel ha-milhama- al admat Kurland” (Hebrew), The last day of the War, Kol Nekhei Ha-milhama 162, 1998, pps.18- 21

449. “Al ha-ta'arukha 'getto kovna'be- muze'on ha-Sho'a be-washington” (Hebrew); [On the Kovno Ghetto ExhibitIon in the Museum of the Holocaust in Washington DC];Gachelet, April 1998, pps.11,21

450. “Griuvesai ir atsiminimai” (Lithuanian).Ruins and Remembreans. Lietuvos Aidas,27 October 1998, p. 12

451. “Posledniye dni voyni” (Russian),The last days of W.W II, Golosinvalidov Voyni 163, March1999, pps. 32-33 452. Review on the Book: Zydu kelias Lietuvoje (The Jews in Lithuania) by Solomonas Atamukas, (published in Vilnius 1998),Yalkut Moreshet 67, March 1999, pps. 181-187

453. EBREJU VESTURE LATVIJA -No apmesanas sakumiem lidzmusu dienam (The History of the Jews of Latvija); Riga 1999, 144 pgs.

454. “A Sorrow of Limited Liability” [Book Review on Y. Levinsons 'The Book of Sorow', Vilnius Vaga, 1997]Shvut, No. 5(23),1999, pps.213-218 .

455. “Lehima yehudit ve-havay le'umibe-milhemet ha-olam ha- sheniya: ha-chayalim ha-yehudiyim ba-diviziyaha-rovai't ha- lita'it ba-Tzava ha-Aadom”, (Hebrew); [The Jewish warfare amd national patterns in WW II :The Jewish soldiers in the16th Lithuanian Rifle Division of the Red Army]; in The Road to Victory, Tel-Aviv 1999 , pps. 17-24 .

456. “Yehudei ha-aratzot ha-Baltiyot:pe'ilutam ha-tziyonit ve- goralam ba-Sho'a u-le-ahareha” (Hebrew);[Zionist Activities among Baltic Jews and their Fate During World WarII]; Gesher, 140, Winter1999, pps.73-83 .

457 “Zycie codzienne Zydovdeportowanych na Syberie w Okresie II woiny swiatowej i po jeizakonczeniu” (Polish);[The Daily Life of Jewish Deportees in Syberiaduring and after World War II]. (in Press) in: Przemiany na ziemiach wschodnich dawnejRzeczypospolitej 1772-1991 ,Polish Academy Sciences Warsaw .

458. “Znaczenie okresu przejsciowegolat 1939-39 dla Holocaustu”; (Polish), [The intermediate Period andits Implications for the Holocaust.] (In Press) in: Przemiany na ziemiach wschodnich dawnej Rzeczypospolitej 1772-1991 ,Polish Academy Sciences Warsaw.

459. Review of “The Book of Sorrow”, Avotaynu, Vol.XV,Num. 4, 1999, pps. 61-63

460. “Hantzahat shmotey hem shel nekhey ha-milhama ba-natzim she-sardu ve-zakhu la-a lot le-Yisrael”, (Hebrew), [Preserving the names of War disabled survivors], Lexicon of the organization of war disabled soldiers and partisans, Tel-Aviv 1999

461. “Yehudei mizrah eiropa ba-lehima ha-partizanit be-milhemet ha-olamha-sheniya”, (Hebrew), [East European Jews in the ranks of the partisans uring World War II”, Kemo Sisma Mi-dor Le-dor, Tel-Yitzhak 1999, pps .61-67

462. “Giluy dimyoni”, (Hebrew), [Imaginary revealing], Ha'aretz.January 21,2000

463. “Ha-historiyon she-nehefakh le-praklit” (Hebrew), [The Historian became advocate], Ha'aretz, January 23,2000

464. TRUMPA ZYDU ISTORIJA LIETUVOJE ( Lithuanian), [A Short History of The Jews in Lithuania] Vilnius (Vilna) 2000, 208 p.

465. “Rech na mezhdunarodnoy konferentsii v Varshave” (Russian), [A speech during an international conference in Warsaw] Golos Invalidov Voiny, 165, April-May 2000, Tel-Aviv

466. “Masquerades in Lithuania”, Ha'aretz, [English Edition] May 19, 2000

467. “Hashmatza shel hakham le-ahar ma'ase”. Ha'aretz, August 8, 2000

468. THE LITVAKS - A Short History of the Jews in Lithuania, Jerusalem 2000, 284 pages, 80 plates, 3 Maps, 50 Tables

469. “Rech na mezhdunarodnoy konferentsii v Varshave” (Russian), [A speech during an international conference in Warsaw], Golos Invalidov Voiny, no. 165, April-May 2000, Tel-Aviv

470. “Memoirs with Limited Liability” [Review on two Lithanian books published by S. Ginaite in Vilnius (1994 and 1999); Jews in Eastern Europe 2(42), Jerusalem Fall 2000, pps. 86-93

471. “Beviltiska kova”(Lithuanian) [The Hopeless Struggle], In: Lietuvos zyda1918-1940. Vilnius 2000, pps. 183-240

472. “Sipu'ach ha-Baltyot le-B'rit-ha-Mo'etzot u-mot ha-dod Ze'ev” (Hebrew). The Annexation of the Baltic States to USSR and the Death of Uncle Ze'ev Jabotinsky)” Ha-Umma Tel-Aviv 2000, pps. 90-100

473. “Im ha-Sefer”, (Hebrew) Preface to 'The History of Organization of Jewish Veterans (Invalides) who fougt againat the Nazis in WWII', Tel-Aviv 2000, pps. 7-10

474. “60 shana l e-'Nitzotz'”(Hebrew), [60 Years Anniversary of the NitzotzSpark)], Massu'a 29, Tel-Aviv 2001, pps. 251-265

475. ”How the Jewish Police in the Kovno Ghetto Saw Itself”,Yad Vashem Studies, Vol.29, Jerusalem 2001, pps.183-140

476. Disinformation and Antisemitism: Holocaust Denial in the Baltic States, 1945-1999”; in: Remembering for the Future – The Holocaust in Age of
Genocide Palgrave - Macmillan's global academic publishing Hampshire2001, Vol. 1, pps. 847-857

477. “Baltic Countries”. The Holocaust Encyclopedia, ed. By Walter Laquer. Yale University Press, New Haven and London 2001, pps.51-55

478. “Ha-ma'arach ha-refu'i shel yehudei ha-baltiyot ba-sho'a 1941-1945”, (Hebrew), [The Role of the Jewish Doctors in the Baltic States during the Holocaust 1941-1945]. Proceedings of the Twelfh World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem 2001, pps.155-166

479. “Lita ha-yehudit – Eretz-Yisrael de-galuta – aliyatam le-Yisrael ve-hitarutam ba” (Hebrew),The Tribes – Evidence of Israel, printed in Israel 2001 pp. 400-427

480. “Some Basic Facts on Latvian Jewry – Before, During and AfterWorld War II” in: The Issues of the Holocaust Research in Latvia;Reports of an International Conference 16-17 October 2000, Riga. Latvijas vestures instituta apgads Riga 2001, pps.134-152

481. “Hatsalat yehudim biyedei ha-sovietim be-milhemet ha-olam ha-sheeniya – mikre' Estoniya”, (Hebrew);The Rescue of Jews by the Soviets in WWII: The Case of Estonia”, The Holocaust, History and Memory, EssaysPresented in Honor of Israel Gutman, Jerusalem 2001, pps. 133-151

482. “A Report of the NKGB on Jewish 'Nationalist' Activity in Lithuania 1940-1941”, Jews in Eastern Europe ,1(44) Spring 2001, pps. 60-91

483. Introduction to the book “Jews of the Baltic States – A Bibliography ofArticles” , by Frida Keidanski, The Avraham Harman Institute, Jerusalem – 2001, pps. xvi-xix

484. “Zydai Lietuvos Nepriklausomybes Kovose” (Lithuanian), The Participation of the Jews in the Wars of Independence of Lithuania, in: Zydu muziejus, edited by Dalia Epstein , Vilnius 2001, pps. 50-77

485. “Jewish Autonomy in Inter-War Lithuania: An Interview with Yudl Mark”,POLIN, Oxford 2001, pps. 196-211

486. “Jewish Resistance in the Baltic States 1941-1945”,Latvia SIG, Vol. 6,Issue 4, April 2002, pps. 6-12.

487. “Deportations of Latvian Jews to remote areas of the USSR: June 1941”,SYMPOSIUM of the COMMISSION of the HISTORIANS of LATVIA Vol. 6,Latvijas vestures instituta apgads Riga 2002, pps.175-188

488. “ESTLAND – Einzigartiges Schicksal” (German), Estonia – The Unique Fate. SHALOM 2002

489. “Le-parashat ha-Yehasim bein ha-Amim ha-Baltiyim” (Hebrew); On the Relations between the Baltic Peoples”, Massuah 30, 2002, pps. 73-93.

490. “Kartiss knissa le-shagrir Litta“ (Hebrew) Introduction of the Ambassador of Lithuania”. [Review on the book of Prof. A. Eidintas:“The Case of the Massacre of the Lithuanian Jews”, Vilnius 2001, 823 p.] GAHELET, 2002, pps. 34-37

491. “Mi lahut kayom le-hishtamesh ba-minuah Yerushalayim de-Litta”, (Hebrew) [Who is eager to today to make use of the name 'Jerusalem of Lithuania', GAHELET, 2002, pps. 41-46

492. “Mahteret 'Ha-shomer Ha-tsa'ir' be-Litta Ha-Sovietit erev ha-Shoa –shtey girsa'ot” (Hebrew) ['Ha-shomer Ha-tsa'ir' in Soviet Lithuania on the Eve of the Holocaust: Two versions] YALKUT MORESHET 73, April 2002, pps. 155-170

493. “Ha-Derekh el ha-nitsahon – lohamim yehudim ba-diviziya ha-lita'itha-16” (Hebrew). [The road to Victory: Jewish soldiers in the 16th Lithuanian Division of the Soviet Army] KOL NECHEY HA-MILHAMA 169, 2002, pps. 9-19

494. “He'arot le-gabey ha-va'ada she-heykimu ha-litta'im kedey le-taher et ha-sheret”(Hebrew), [Remarks on the Lithuanian Commision to find excuses for wrongdoing], GAHELET 2000, pps. 70-71

495. “Mass Deportations of Latvian Jews to Remote Areas of the USSR: 1941”, Latvia SIG, Volume 7, Issue September 2002, pps. 10-17

496. “A Partial Account of Mass Murder of Lithuanian Jews by their Neighbors” (review on the book “The Case of the Massacre of the Lithuanian Jews” by Alfonsas Eidintas, Vilnius, 2001,823 pp.) Jews in Eastern Europe 1-2(47-48), 2002, pp.140-146

497. “Le-achar 58 shanim (1944-2002):ha-iggeret be-re'iya retrospektivit u-tlat-meimdit” (Hebrew). The historical and pratical dimention of Abba Kovner's Missive after 58 years. in: A MISSIVE to HASHOMER HATZAIR PA RTISANS."Moreshet” Tel Aviv 2002. pp.19-32

498. “Expresses Concerns About Lithuanian Holocaust Book”, AVOTAYNU, Volume xix, Number 1, Spring 2003, p. 67

499. “Attitude of Baltic Peoples Toward the Jews during World War II”, AVOTAYNU, Volume xix, Number 2, Summer 2003, pp. 47-53

500. “Another Birobidzhan in Eastern Prussia” JEWS in RUSSIA and EASTERN EUROPE 1(50) 2003

501. “Memorial book for the Jewish Community of Yurburg, Lithuania” AVOTAYNU, Volume xix, Number 4, Winter 2003, p.76 [Book review]

502. “Dos vizit-kartl fun litvishn ambasador”, (Yiddish), [Lithuanian Ambassdor's Calling Card], YERUSHALAYIM DE'LITA, 1-2 (125-126)

503. “Vizitine Lietuvos Ambasadariaus Kortele”, (Lithuanian) LIETUVOS JERUZALE, 1-2 (125-126)

504. “Lithuanian Ambassdor's Calling Card”, JERUSALEM of LITHUANIA, 1-2 (125-126)

505. “Between background and split”, (Hebrew); introduction to the book .on a Litvak who survived, rescued, went to Eretz-Israel' (writen by Yehoshua Trigor, ) YUVALIM” Jerusalem 2004, 15 pp.

506.    “Vizitnaya Kartotchka Posla Litvi” (Russian) LITOVSKII YERUSALIMA, N 1-2 (132-133) January 20

507.    “Jewish  Surnames in the Baltic Countries”, AVOTAYNU Vol. XX , Num. 4, pps. 28-31

508.    Introduction  to the book PRESERVING OUR LITVAK HERITAGE, A History of 31 Jewish  Communities in Lithuania, by Josef Rosin,  Edited by Joel  Alpert, published  by JewishGen, Inc. 2005, pp.2-15

509.    “The latest Jewish victim?” ,GACHELET   2005 ,pp. 58-59

510.    Zydzi Europy Srodkowo – Wschodniej podcas II wojny swiatowej
(Polish).  Instytut  studiow politycznych, Warszawa 2005]
Not exist in the file. It is a book, registered no 99-3132

511.    Preface to the book  SEND MY SKIVIES TO MOTHER, by Yona Rosenfeld,   translated from the original Hebrew by Stephen E. Natelson MD with Avi-Shem-Tov and edited by Avigail Shotz,New Milford, New Jersey 2005

512.    Resistance of Lithuanian Jewry in the Face of the Holocaust: Difficulties and  Achievements”,  in:  JEWS in RUSSIA and EASTERN EUROPE  2(52),
2004, pps. 58-67

513.    “Dlaczego Zydzi  byli mordowani  przez swoich litewskich sasiadow ?"(Polish), [Why Lithuanians killed their Jewish neighbours ? ]. SWIAT NIEpozegnany (A world we bade no farewell) Instytut Studiow  Politycznych PAN, Warsaw-London 2004, pp. 718-722; 1065


514.    Zydzi wschodnioeuropejsky podzas woyny swiatowej  (Polish), (The East european Jews during World war II)
PAN  RYTM, Waszawa 2005, 205 pps. - 4 parts

515.    “The Clandestine Zionist Press in the Dachau-Kaufering Concentraition Camp:  Selected Documents from NIZOZ 1944-1945".
In: Studies of Contemporary Jewry XXI, Oxford 2005, pp,.232-239                                                                           

516.    “Skreschen sudev”   Russian (Fateful Cross-roads)   SLOVO  INVALIDA  VOYNI  20, 2006. 87-88 pps.

517.    “The Jews of Estonia  -- an example of a small and Unique  Community”, SHARSHERET HADOROT Vol.20., No., 3 August 2006
English translation , pps. .III-VI

518.    Introduction pp.  2-15 to the book "Preserving  Our Litvak  Heritage"  Volume I ,  A History of 31 Jewish Communities in Lithuania by Josef Rosin Published  by JewishGen. Inc. League City, Texas 2006, 703 pps.

519.    Foreword  to the book “THE WAR FOR LIFE", (Memoirs of Holocaust and Revival) by Litman Mor Muravchick, Tel Aviv, pps. IX-XIII

520.    Introduction, 2-17  pps,   to the book "Preserving  Our Litvak  Heritage” Volume II, A history  of 21 Jewish  Communities in Lithuania by Josef Rosin Rosin,  Published by JewishGen,Inc  2007, 294 pps.            

521.    “An important period of the Lithuanian Jewish History did not end in 1940”, Jerusalem of Lithuania, No. 1 – 2, January – March 2007 (Lithuanian).                                                

522.    “Vazhni period Istorii Litovskich  Kotori Prodolzhalsyu posle  1940” (“ Important period of the Lithuanian jews , which went on even past year 1940”), Lijerusalem of Lithuania, Litovskiutpuzaium , March    2004,  No.1 – 2 ( 156- 157), p.4.

523.    “Svarbus Lietuvos Zydu Istorijos laiko tarpis nesibaige’1940 metais”, in Lietuvos Jeruzale’, No. 1 – 2 (149 – 150) 2007(Lithuanian).  

524.    “The Zionist movement in Lithuania written by Egle Bendikaite” in Gachelet  2007,  p. 56.

525.    ‘The Shtetl Experience in the Framework of the Red Army in World War 2 “ in Sharsheret Hadorot, Vol. 21, No. 3, 2007,  p. xxii – xxvii.

526.    “Mass deportations of Latvian Jews to remote Areas of U.S.S.R 1941” , Latvia SIG, Vol.7, September 2007 , p.10 – 17.

526.    “Brutskus iulii”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1,  p. 250 – 251.

528.    “Dichenchiik Arie”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1, p. 409. 

529.    “Estonia”,  The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1,  p. 481 - 482.

530.    “Kaunus” ,The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1,  p. 875 – 879.

531.    “Latvia”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1,  p. 996 - 1000.

532.    “Lekert Hirsh”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1, p. 1012.

533.    “Lithuania”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 1,  p. 1069 – 1076.

534.    “Rosenboim, Shimshon”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 2,  p. 1592.

535.    “Solieli, Menachem”, The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe , Yale University Press, Volume 2,  p. 1780.

536.    “Sodom und Gomorrha: Braucht der Staat Litauen wirklich einen neuen Namen ?”, (german)

537.    ”Protestas” (Lithuanian), Lietuvos Jeruzale’, No. 1 – 2, (155 – 156), 2008. On the action taken against D. Arad in Lithuania.

537.    “The Jews of Estonia – an example of a Small and Unique Community”( In Russian: Прuмер  маленькоǔ  ц  свеоеобразноǔ  общины, Moscow 2008), in a periodical called Holocaust (in Russian) 2008.

539.     “The Short Lived Revival of Yiddish Culture in Postwar Soviet Lithaunia (1953 – 1971)   or the story of an Odd Community” in Under the Red Banner , Yiddish Culture in the Communist Countries in the Postwar Era edited by Elvira Grozinger and Magdalena Ruta ,   Weisbaden 2008.

540.    “Jews and an Anti – Semitism in the Baltic States “in Avrum Erlich ( editor),  The Encyclopedia of The Jewish Diaspora – Origins , Experiences and Culture U.S.A and England 2009, Vol. 3 ( Countries,  Regions and Communities), Vol. 3 , p. 1024 – 1030.
541. Introduction  to the book “Protecting Our Litvak Heritage,” A History of 50 Jewish  Communities in Lithuania, by Josef Rosin,  Edited by Sue Levy and Joel  Alpert, published  by Friends of the Yurburg Jewish Cemetery, Inc., Feb. 2009, pp. iii-xxvi, pps 488.

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