BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Impact of the Holocaust On Survivors and Their Children
by Sandra S. Williams

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Beller, Steven. Vienna and the Jews 1867 - 1938: A Cultural History. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

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PAPERS

Blau, Bruno, "Liberation From the Berlin Jewish Hospital," LBI News, No. 50. New York: Leo Baeck Institute (Summer 1985): 2.

Peck, Abraham J., "The Saving Remnant," Keeping Posted: Survivors, Volume XXX Number 5. New York. Union of American Hebrew Congregation (March 1985): 2.

Pisar, Samuel, "Moral Survival," Keeping Posted: Survivors, Volume XXX Number 5. New York. Union of American Hebrew Congregation (March 1985): 8.

Robinson, Shalom, M.D., Editor, "Echoes of the Holocaust," Jerusalem: Bulletin o f the Jerusalem Center for Research into the Late Effects of the Holocaust, Talbieh Mental Health Center, Issue No. 1 (April) 1992).

Rosensaft, Hadassah, "My Journey Into the Past," Midstream (April 1980).

Rosensaft, Hadassah, "Rebirth at Bergen-Belsen," Keeping Posted: Survivors, Volume XXX Number 5. New York. Union of American Hebrew Congregation (March 1985): 9.

Rosensaft, Menachem, "We Are Our Brothers Keeper," Keeping Posted: Survivors, Volume XXX Number 5. New York. Union of American Hebrew Congregation (March 1985): 13.

Schachet, Simon, "The Moment of Liberation," Keeping Posted: Survivors, Volume XXX Number 5. New York. Union of American Hebrew Congregation (March 1985): 6.

Spielman, Diane, "Forty Years Since Liberation: A Personal View," LBI News, No. 50. New York: Leo Baeck Institute (Summer 1985): 4.

Weltsch, Robert, "People on the Move With the D. P.'s in Bavaria," LBI News, No. 50. New York: Leo Baeck Institute (Summer 1985): 3.