Abraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry             המכון ליהדות זמננו ע"ש אברהם הרמן

 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem                                          האוניברסיטה העברית ירושלים       


  Prof.  Dov Levin


                       Chronological List of Publications & Synopses: 1959 -2005

                              (in English, German, Lithuanian, Latvian, Russian, Polish and French)





1.  “Kovno’s Death Fortress”, Yad Vashem Bulletin 4-5, Jerusalem 1959, pps. 25-26.


2.  “Problems Relating to a Questionnaire on the Holocaust”, Yad Vashem Studies

      III, 1959, pps. 91-117.  (Together with Prof. A. Z. Brown)


3.  “Jewish Heroism in Soviet Lithuanian Literature”, Yad Vashem Bulletin 6-7,

       1960, pps. 32-33.


4.  Toldoteha shel Mahteret (Hebrew); The Story of an Underground  - the

     Resistance  of the Jews in Kovno (Lithuania) in the Second World War.,

     Jerusalem Yad vashem, 1962, pps.422 (together with A.Z. Brown)

     English translation of  table of contents, introduction and synopsis pp. i-xvii


5.  “The Life and Death of Jewish Partisans”, Yad Vashem Bulletin 18, 1966,

       pps. 41-46.


6.   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.


7.  “In and Between the Lines - The Holocaust and Resistance as Reflected in

       Yiddish Literature” 1939-1950, Yad Vashem Bulletin 20, 1967, pps. 42-46.


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





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

       Jerusalem 1970.


10.  “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.


11.  Entries: “Kalvarija, Keidainiai, Kretinga, Kupiskis, Marijampole, Plunge,

       Paneriai  (Ponary),   Siauliai” (Hebrew); in:  Encyclopedia Judaica


12.  “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,  pp. 228-229


13.  “Fact and Fiction” (on Genrikas Zimanas), Yad Vashem News 4,        

 1973, pp. 21-23 

14.  “Jews in Soviet Lithuanian Forces in World War II:  The Nationality Factor”,

        Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 3, No. 1., 1973, pps. 57-64.


15.  “The Tactics of the Nazi Security 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.


16. “Jewish Survivors in Soviet Lithuania at the End of World War II“, Shvut 2,

        1974; English Synopsis p.11




17.  “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.


18.                “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”

         Journal of Baltic Studies vol. 4, no. 4, 1975, pps. 300-310.


19.                “The Jews and the Sovietisation of Latvia 1940-1941”,

         Soviet Jewish Affairs  vol. 5, No. 1, 1975 pps. 39-56.


20.   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.


21.   “Shitot ha-Lehima shel ha-Gestapo neged ha-Mahteret be-Riga le-Or Te’udot

          Germaniyot” (Hebrew); The Tactics 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.


22.     “Yehudei Besarabiya tahat ha-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.


23.                       “The Jews and the Inception of Soviet Rule in Bukovina”,

          Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1976 pps. 52-70.


24.                       “Die Beteiligung de Litauishen Juden im Zweiten Weltkreig” (German);

The  Participation of Lithuanian Jews in World War II,

 Acta Baltica 16, 1976, pps. 172-184.


25.                       “Faktai Kaltina” (Lithuanian); The Facts Accuse,

          Teviškes Ziburai V. 7-8,  No. 28, (Canada) 1976.


26.   “Estonian Jews in USSR (1941-1945)”, Yad Vashem Studies 11, 1976,


27.  “Vilna - a Stormy History in Photographs”, Soviet Jewish Affairs, vol. 6, No. 1,

         1976, pps. 81-86 

28.  “Yehudei Estoniya ba-Shanah ha-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.


29.  “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.


30.  “Mediniyut Brit ha-Mo’etzot klapei 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.


31.   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, pps. i-vi


32.  “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).


33.  “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.




34  “1939-1941:  The Intermediate Period and its Implications for the Holocaust”

          Forum 37 (Jerusalem) 1980, pps. 103-116.


35.  “The Jews and the Election Campaigns in Lithuania 1940-1941”

         Soviet Jewish Affairs , Vol. 10, No. 1,(London) 1980, pps. 39-51.


36.  “The Jews in the Soviet Lithuanian Establishment 1940-1941”,

        Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol 10, No. 2 1980, pps. 21-37.


37.  “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”

        Jewish Comabatant  Vol 2, No. 4 (NewYork), 1981, pps. 21-26.


38.  “Eretz-Israel na Severnom Polyuse” (Russian); The Land of Israel on the North

        Pole, Rodina 28, Tel Aviv 1982, pps. 28-32.


39.  “Attempts of Jewish Refugees in the USSR to Emigrate via its Southern

         Borders During World War II”, Crossroads 8, (Jerusalem)1982, pps. 213-234.


40.               “Baltic Jewry’s Armed Resistance to the Nazis, 1941-1945:  Facts and  Problems,

        Forum 45, 1982, pps. 111-118.


41.               “Opuji Klausime Gvildenant” (Lithuanian); The Discussions of a Delicate  Question

        about the Relations between Lithuanians and Jews during World War II,

        Teviškes Ziburiai (Canada), 2.2.1982. 

42.  “A Soviet Rifle Division with a Jewish Heart”, Zionist Record, (South Africa) 1982.


43.  “Kibbutz imena Zaida - Kolkhoz imena Kaganovicha -Israel” (Russian);  The

        Long  Journey from the Zaid Kibbutz  Kaganovich Kolkhoz to Israel, Rodina 76,

       1982, pps. 28-40.


44.  “Eastern European Jews in the Partisan Ranks During World War II” in:    

        Genocide, Los Angeles, 1983, pps. 213-219. 


45.  Beyn ha-Patish ve-ha-Magal” (Hebrew); Between the Hammer and the

        Sickle:  Baltic Jewry under Soviet Rule During World War II -- a Volume

        of Collected Articles, Makor Publishing Ltd., Jerusalem 1983, 508 pps.,

         English Introduction and preface by Yehuda Bauer, pps. i-vi


46.  “The Holocaust in Lithuania and Latvia”, Studies in Contemporary Jewry 1,

       1984, pps. 381-385.


47.  “July 1944 - The Crucial Month for the Remnants of Lithuanian Jewry”,

        Yad Vashem Studies XVI, (Jerusalem) 1984, pps. 333-361.


48.  “Participation of the Lithuanian Jews in the Second World War”, in:

        Anthology on Armed Jewish Resistance, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1984, pps. 264-279.


49.  “Vulf Vilenski, a Soviet War Hero”, Jewish Soviet Affairs,   Vol. 14, No. 1,

        (London)  1984, pps. 23-30.





50.   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.


51                     “A Jewish Fishermen’s Colony near the Pole”,

         Forum 54-55, 1985, pps. 133-136..


52.    “Introduction” to Lazar Goldstein’s  Golden Book: “From Ghetto Kovno to

          Dachau, New York 1985, pps. 29-36.


53.                    “Denying the Holocaust”, Study Circle on World Jewry

         The President’s House  Jerusalem, Graph Press 1985, pps. 31-32.


54.    “Baltic Jewry’s Armed Resistance to the Nazis”, in:  Anthology on Armed

          Resistance 1939-1945 Vol. III, Brooklyn, New York 1986, pps. 42-48.


55.   “A Jewish Bible Scholar in Soviet Russia”, Immanuel 20, (Jerusalem) 1986,

         pps. 21-26.


56.                    “Unique Series of Source Material - Soviet Media”,

         Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol. 16, No. 2 1986,  pps.  76-79.


57.    Book Review “Ya’ar Katyn” (Katyn Forest), Holocaust and Genocide, 1986



58            1941-1945”, Studies of Contemporary Jewry 4, 1987, pp   “Lithuanian Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union During world War II, pps. 37-59.


59.           “The Economic Situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania 1940-1941”,

           Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol. 17, No. 2, 1987, pps. 12-31.


60.           “The Economic Situation of the Jews in Soviet Lithuania 1940-1941”,

    Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1987, pps. 25-38.


61.    Book Review of I. Damba’s Book (i n Russian)  Aleph 205 (T.A.), 8.12.1987


62.    “Historiographic and Other Research 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.


63    “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.


64.   “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.


65.   “Lithuanian Jewish Refugees in the Soviet Union during World War II 1941-

          1945” in:  Studies in Contemporary Jewry Vol. IV, 1988, pps. 185-209.


66.  “The Soviet Communist Motif and its 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


67.  “Arrests and Deportations of  Latvian Jews by the USSR during the Second

         World War”,  Nationalities Papers vol.16, No. 1 (New-york) 1988, pps. 50-70.


68.  “Israel Educational Television in the USSR - Spring 1989”, Jews and Jewish

         Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Summer 1989, pps. 70-71.


69.    Review on the book of Ya’akov Geller, “The Rise and Decline of a Community -

         The Ashkenazim and Sephardim in Romania 1919-1941”,

         Studies in:  Contemporary Jewry 5, 1989, pps. 343-344.


70.  “On the Relations between the Baltic Peoples and their Jewish Neighbors

         before, during and after World War II” in:  Remembering for the Future Vol. I,

          Pergamon Press, Oxford 1989, pps. 171-181.


71.  “Once Again a Yiddish Newspaper in Vilna, the Jerusalem of Lithuania”,

        Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 3 (10),

        (Jerusalem) 1989, pps. 96-99.


72.   “The Response  of the Jews of Eastern Poland to the Invasion of the Red Army

         in Septenber 1939” (As described by Jewish Witnesses)

         Gal-Ed 11, (Tel-Aviv) 1989, pps. 87-102 




73.    “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.


74.  “The Jewish Remnants in the Baltic States - Re-establishment of Exodus

       (1944-946) in She’erit Hapletah 1944-1948, Rehabilitation and Political

        Struggle, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1990,  pps. 17-43.


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


76.                “The ‘Regimented’ Press in the Baltic Countries”,

         Our Press 6, Tel Aviv 1990,  pps. 29-36.


77.   “The Struggle for Institutions of Jewish Culture in Soviet Lithuania 1956-1958”,

        Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 3(13),

         Jerusalem   1990, pps. 49-54.


78.   “Oasis on Mirage--Murderers only Helped to Kill”, “The Jews of Lithuania”,

          Sicsa Report No. 4,  Jerusalem, Summer 1990, pps. 3, 9.


79.   “Lietuvos Zydai Sibire” (Lithuanian); Lithuanian Jews in Siberia,

         Tremtinys, (Vilinius) April 1991.8079.  “On Relations between the Baltic

         Peoples    and their Jewish Neighbors before, during and after  World War II”,

         Holocaust and Genocide Studies Vol. 5, No. 1,  1990, pps. 53-66.


 80.   “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.


81.  “Pravda I Polupravda o Litovskom Yevreystve” (Russian); Truth and Halftruths

          about Lithuanian Jewry, Kobtshek Arc No. 2, Moscow 1990, pps. 245-256.


82.   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);

         Irgun Brit Zion (Vol. II, pps. 718-719); Kedainiai (Vol. II, 1, pps. 794-795); 82

         Kaunas-Kovno (Vol. II, pps. 824-827); Lietuviu Aktivistu Frontas - 

         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 (v. IV, p. 1686);    Ziman, Henrik (Vol. IV, pps. 1734-1735);

          Encyclopedia of the Holocaust 4  volumes,  ed. by Israel Gutman, New York -  London 1990.

        [ All  the above  entries have been published in the Hebrew  Edition  in 1991, 5 volumes.]


83.   “Another Flawed Attemps at Rapprochement between Jews and Latvians”

          Jews and Jewish Topics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 1(14),

          Jerusalem 1991, pps. 89-91.


84.  “Zydu Spaudos Lietovoje Zlugimas” (Lithuanian); The Break-up of the Jewish

         Press in Lithuania, Lietuvos Jeruzale, 3(17), March 1991.


*85.   “Unichtozheniye Yevreiskoi Pressi v’ Litve” (Russian); The Destrucion of the

          Jewish Press in Lithuania Litovskii Yerusalim 3(17), March 1991.



86               “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.


87.               “Nitzotz’ (The Spark) of the Underground Movement and the Remnants

          of the Surviving Few”  Our Press 7, Tel Aviv, 1991, pps. 11-20.


88.              “The Sovietization of the Baltics and the Jews 1940-1941”,

        Soviet Jewish Affairs Vol. 2, No. 1, 1991, pps. 54-58


89   “Unique Characteristics of  Soviet Jewish Soldiers in the Second World War”,

       In: The Shoah and the War, New York etc. 1992, pps. 233-243.


90.  “Tiesa apie Lietuvos Zydus” (Lithuanian); The Truth about the Jews of

           Lithuania, Naujasis Zidinys,(Vilnius) July-August 1992, pps. 111-116.


91.  “Lietuviu Santykiai zu Zydais antrujo Pasaulinio Karo Išvakarese, karo Metu”

        (Lituanian); The Relations between the Lithuanians and the Jews during World

         War II, Kauno Tiesa, (Kaunas) 6.2.1992.


92.  “Shestnatstaya” (Russian); The Sixteenth, Slovo Invalida Voyni 5,

       (Tel Aviv)  January 1992, pps. 52-55.


93.              “Shestnatstaya” (Russian); The  Sixteenth, Slovo Invalida Voyni,6,

        May 1992, pps. 28-30.


94.  “Mirni Dogorov Mezhdu Rossie I Litvoi” (Russian); Peace between Russia and

        Lithuania, at a Price, (also translation  in Hebrew) Et-Mol (106)2, Dec. 1992.


95              “Estonskiye Yevreyi, 1941-1945” (Russian); Estonian Jews, 1941-1945, 

         Ha-Shahar 5(56), (Tallinn) 1992, pps. 5-6.


96.               “Katyn Forest - 1940” Studies in Contemporary Jewry VIII,

Jerusalem 1992, pps. 285-286.


97.  “Tauta Nekaltinama” (Lithuanian); The Whole Nation is not Guilty,

         Teviškes Ziburai (Canada), 1992.


98.    “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.


99.   “Eretz-Yisrael na Severnom Poliuse” (Russian); Eretz-Yisrael on the North

      Pole, Vecherniye Novosti, (Vilnius), 12.5.1993.


100.  “Sesioliktoji Lietuviskoji Divizija ir Zydai” (Lithuanian); The Sixteenth Lithuanian

          Division and the Jews, Vakarines Naujienos, Vilnius, 4.8.1993.


101.  “Zaido vardo Kibucas - Kaganoviciaus vardo Kolukis-Israelis” (Lithuanian); 

          From the Kibbutz in the Name of Zayd - to the Kolkhoz in the Name of

          Kaganovich - and to Israel, Vakarines Naujienos, Vilnius, 31.5.1993.


102.  “Kibbutz imena Zaida Kolkhoz imena Kaganovicha Israel” (Russian); From the

          Kibbutz in the Name of Zayd - to the Kolkhoz in the Name of Kaganovich - and

          to Israel,  Vercheniye Novocti 18 (5), 1993, p.5.


103.                    “Estonskiye Yevreyi, 1941-1945” (Russian); Estonian Jews, 1941-1945,

            Ha-Shahar 1(59), 1993, pps. 3-4.


104.    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.


105.  “New Lithuania’s Old Policy toward the Holocaust”, Jews in Eastern Europe

          2(24), 1994, pps. 67-71.


106.  “Iz Knigi ‘Soprotivleniye’ ” (Russian); Professor Levin’s Foreward to the book

         Fighting Back’, The Jewish Museum, Vilna 1994, pps. 212-225.


107.  “From Kovno to Dimona - Metamorphoses of the Avaraham Mappu Library”,

          Gachelet, Tel-aviv August 1994, pps. 1-2.


108.  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.


109. “Yevreyi Estonii na Voyne” (Russian); The Estonian Jews at War,

          Slovo Invalida Voyny 10,  Tel-Aviv August 1994, pps. 24-25.



110.  “The Daily Life of Jewish Deportees in Siberia during and after World War II”,

          Shvut 1-2 (17-18), (Tel Aviv) 1995, pps. 424-430.


111. “New Lithuania’s Old Policy toward the Holocaust”,

         Lithuania Crime &  Punishment 5, (Tel Aviv) 1995, pps. 18-24.


112.  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.


113.                 The Lesser of Two Evils:  Eastern European Jewry Under the Soviet Rule:

          1939-1941”,  The Jewish Publication Society, Philadelphia 1995, 400 pps.


114.  “Some Facts and Problems About the Fighting of Lithuanian Jews Against the

          the  Nazis and their Collaborators”(Lithuanian),

          in: The Days of Memory, Vilnius  (Vilna) 1995, pps. 271-283.


115.                   “Kai Kurie Faktai Ir Problemos, Susije su Lietuvos Zydu Kova Prieš 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 (Baltos lankos), Vilnius 1995, pps. 284-295


116.     “Escaped from Kaunas Ghetto...” Testimonies from 1945, Yad Vashem

            Jerusalem 1995, p.34


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


118.    “Revelations of “Jewish Warfare” During World War II”; in:

            Major Changes Within the Jewish People in the Wake of the Holocaust ,

           Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1996, pps. 359-370.


119.   “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.


120.                     “Lithuania” - The World Reacts to the Holocaust,

           John Hopkins University  Press, 1996, pps. 325-353.


121.  “Un Combat désespéré” (French); A Desperate Fight,

          Lituanie Juive 1918-1940, Paris 1996, pps.176-184.


122.   “Jewish Partisans of Lithuania and Byelorussia: Their History and Music Folklore”,    Rise up  and Fight, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum,

            Washington DC, 1996, pps. 2-5


123.                       Book Review of Eugenia Gurin-Loov, “The Holocaust of Estonian Jews,1941”,

          Hebrew University, Studies in Contemporary Jewry Vol. 13, 1997,  pps. 297-300


124. “Ruins and Remeberance”,  Hidden History of the Kovno Ghetto,

         (Washington DC) 1997, pps. 221-228.


125.  Fighting Back“- Lithuanian Jewry’s Armed Resistance to the Nazis,

           1941-1945” (Preface to the New Edition, 1997, pps. ix-x.)


126.   “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.


127.  “A Sorow of Limited Liabiity?” [Book review on Y.Levinson’s ‘The Book of   Sorow’

          Vilnius, Vaga, 1997],  Shvut, No.7(23), 1998, pps. 213-218


127a  “Die Beteiligung der litauishen Juden im zweiten Weltkrieg” Galut Nordost 1,1989 pps 61-74


128.  “The Interwar President of Lithuania : Between Liberalism  and

          Authoritarianism”; Review on Lithuanian Book ”Antanas Smetona ir jo laikai”

          (Antanas Smetona and his times) by Liudas Truska; Published in Vilnius 1998,

          Jews in Eastern Europe 2(36), 1998. pps. 82-85


129. “Posledniye D’ni Voyny - Na Zemle Pobezhdennoy Kurlandii” (Russian), The

         Last Days of the War - On the Defeated Soil of Kurland,

         Golos Invalidov Voyny  163, Tel-Aviv 1999, pps. 32-33


130. [Dovs Levins]  Ebreju Vesture Latvija - No apmesanas sakumiem lidz musu

        dienam. (Latvian).(The History of the Jews in Latvia. Riga 1999, 144 pps.


131. Book Review on “The Book of Sorrow” by Y. Levinson, Published in Vilna 1997,

        Avotaynu, vol. xv, no. 4, Winter 1999, pps. 61-62


132.  “Znaczenie okresu przejsciowego lat 1939-39 dla Holocaustu”; (Polish),

         [The intermediate Period and its Implications for the Holocaust.]

         in: Europa NIE  prowincjolna  - Przemiany na ziemiach wschodnich

         dawnej Rzeczypospolitej 1772-1991

          Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw 1999,  pps.1089-1096





133.                    “Zycie codzienne Zydov deportowanych  na Syberie w Okresie II woiny

swiatowej i po jei zakonczeniu” (Polish);[The Daily Life of Jewish  Deportees in Syberia during and after World War II]. in:  Europa NIE prowincjonalna Przemiany na ziemiach wschodnich dawnej Rzeczypospolitej  1772-1991

 Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw 1999, pp.1115-1119




134     Ttrumpa zydu istorija Lietuvoje (Lithuanian) [A short History of the Jews

           In Lithuania],Vilnius (Vilna) 2000, 208 pps


135.   “Masquerades in Lithuania”, Ha’aretz (English edition), May 19, 2000

           [RegardingAnti-establishment anti-Semitism” by  Ambassador of Lihuania in Israel R. Misiunas]


136.   Rech na mezhdunarodnoy konferentsii v Varshave” (Russian),

 [A speech during an international conference in Warsaw],

 Golos Invalidov Voiny, no. 165, Tel-Aviv April-May 2000, p.34


137. “Memoirs with Limited Liability” [Review on two books  by S.Ginaite on 1994

          and 1999]. Jews in Eastern Europe 2(42), Jerusalem Fall 2000, pps. 86-93


138.                     The Litvaks – a Short History of the Jews in Lithuania ,(from the Late

Thirteenth to the Late Twentieth Centuries) Jerusalem 2000, 300 pps. ,

60 plates, Facsimiles of documents, Statistical tables, 3 Maps


139.                     “Beviltiska kova” (Lithuanian) [ The Hopeless Struggle] in:

          Lietuvos zydai 1918-1940, Vilnius 2000, pps.187-197


140.                     “How the Jewish Police in the Kovno Ghetto Saw Itself”,

          Yad Vashem Studies, Vol. 29, 2001, pps. 183- 240


141.                   Disinformation  and Antisemitism: Holocaust Denial

           in the Baltic States, 1945-1999;

 in: Remembering for the Future - The Holocaust in Age of Genocide 

 Palgrave - Macmillans global academic publishing  Hampshire 2001,

 Vol. 1,  pps. 847-857


 !42.  “Baltic Countries”, in: The Holocaust  Encyklopedia, ed. by Walter Laquer,

          Yale University Press, New Haven and London 2001, pps. 51-55


143  Some Basic Facts on Latvian Jewry Before, During and After

        World 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


144.                    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




145.   Some Basic Facts on Latvian Jewry - Before, During and After

        World 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


146.  A Report of the NKGB on Jewish Nationalist Activity in Lithuania

1940-1941,Jews in Eastern Europe ,1(44)  Spring 2001, pps. 60-91


147.                  Jewish Autonomy in Inter-War Lithuania: An Interview with Yudl  Mark,

          POLIN, Oxford  2001, pps. 196-211


148.                  Jewish Resistance in the Baltic States 1941-1945,

Latvia SIG, Vol. 6,Issue 4, April 2002, pps. 6-12.


149.                  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


150.                  ESTLAND Einzigartiges  Schicksal (German), Estonia The Unique Fate

SHALOM, Vol.XXXVIII, Herbst  2002,  pps. 79-82


151.                  ESTONIE Un Sort Particulier (French), Estonia The Unique Fate,

SHALOM, Vol.XXXVIII, Automne 2002, pps. 79-82


152.                  Mass Deportations of Latvian Jews to Remote Areas of the USSR: 1941,

Latvia SIG, Volume 7, Issue September  2002, pps. 10-17


153. 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


154.           Expresses Concerns About Lithuanian Holocaust Book,

          AVOTAYNU, Volume xix, Number 1, Spring 2003, p. 67


155.   Attitude of Baltic Peoples Toward the Jews during  World War II”’

   AVOTAYNU,  Volume xix, Number 2, Summer 2003, pp. 47-53


156          Another Birobidzhan in Eastern Prussia

           JEWS in RUSSIA and EASTERN EUROPE  1(50) 2003


160.  Memorial book for the Jewish Community of Yurburg, Lithuania

           AVOTAYNU,  Volume xix, Number 4, Winter 2003, p.76  [Book review)


161 .  Vizitine Lietuvos Ambasadariaus Kortele,  (Lithuanian)

                    LIETUVOS JERUZALE, 1-2 (125-126) ,January 2004


162.  " Lithuanian Ambassdors Calling Card,

             JERUSALEM of LITHUANIA,  1-2 (125-126), January 2004


163.             Vizitnaya Kartotchka Posla Litvi (Russian)

               LITOVSKII YERUSALIMA, N 1-2 (132-133) January 20


164..     Jewish  Surnames in the Baltic Countries,

                AVOTAYNU Vol. XX , Num. 4, pps. 28-31


165            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


166.            The latest Jewish victim? ,GACHELET   2005 ,pp. 58-59


167.           Zydzi Europy Srodkowo Wschodniej podcas II wojny swiatowej

 (Polish).  Instytut  studiow politycznych, Warszawa 2005 [in press]


168.           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



169.           Resistance of Lithuanian Jewry in the Face of the Holocaust: Difficulties and

Achievements,  in:  J EWS in RUSSIA and EASTERN EUROPE  2(52) 2004,




170.           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


171.         Zydzi wschodnioeuropejsky podzas woyny swiatowej  (Polish),

(The East european Jews during World war II)

 PAN  RYTM, Waszawa 2005, 205 pps.


172.       "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                                                                           


 173. "Skreschen sudev   Russian (Fateful Cross-roads)  

 " SLOVO  INVALIDA  VOYNI  20, 2006. 87-88 pps.                           






























































*-     361  . ** "דברי מבוא"  לספרה של פרידה קידנסקי  יהודי הארצות הבאלטיות   -ביבליוגרפיה (מאמרים)

             ירושלים, תשס"א 2001-, עמ' 19-17 


           362        הצלת היהודים בשואה ע"י הסובייטים במלחמת העולם השנייה: מקרה אסטוניה",

                 השואה, הסטוריה וזיכרון-ספר יובל לישראל גוטמן, ירושלים תשס"ב, עמ' 151-133


   363.   *"כרטיס כניסה  לשגריר ליטא ", מאמר ביקורת על ספרו של Prof. A. Eidintas

                The Case of the Massacre of the Lithuanian Jews, Vilnius 2001, 823 p.

                 "גחלת" אביב  2002, עמ'  37-34


      364 . "מי להוט כיום להשתמש במינוח "ירושלים ד'ליטא" ולמה?" גחלת,  אביב 2002,  עמ' 46-41


             365. "רסיסי זכרונות והגיגים בכנס יוצאי  הקיבוץ 'מילדוס 7' בגיטו קובנה"?", גחלת,  אביב 2002,  עמ' 7


            366. "הועדה הבינלאומית שהקימו הליטאים  כדי 'לטהר את השרץ'",גחלת,  אביב 2002,  עמ' 70-6-9


            367. "לפרשת היחסים בין העמים הבלטיים" [פירסום מחודש בתוך: כל הימים ההם –מבחר מחקרים]

                          משואה , ל',  תשס"ב – 2002,  עמ' 93-73 


            368. " מחתרת 'השומר הצעיר' בליטא הסובייטית ערב השואה  - שתי גירסאות",

                          ילקוט מורשת  73, אפריל 2002, עמ' 170-155


369. " הדרך אל הנצחון  -  לוחמים יהודים  בדיביזיה הליטאית ה16- ",

            קול נכי המלחמה 169, מאי  2002, עמ'  19-9



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