- The title if from the article by Jan Blonski, which provoked a storm of controversy in Poland. It appeared for the first time in Tygodnik Powszechny, 2 (1987), and was later reprinted in the author's collection of essays under the same title, Jan Blonski, Biedni Polacy patrza na Getto, (Krakow: WL, 1994). The article appeared in English under the title, “Poor Poles Look at the Ghetto, Yad Vashem Studies, 19 (1989), pp. 341-355.
- The text of the memorandum was published in Yiddish in the anthology Henryk Ehrlich un Wiktor Alter: A Leben fun Kempfer, A Toit fun Martyren, edited by B. Hart (New York: Bund, 1943), pp. 188-195.
- See also the book of documents edited by Shimon Redlich, War, Holocaust and Stalinism, a Documented History of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in the USSR (Luxembourg: Harwood, 1995), pp. 9-19, documents 1-6, pp. 165- 171.
- Y. S. Hertz, ed., Zygielbojm Bukh (New York: Unzer Zeit, 1947).
- See Matitiahu Minc, “Zionists and Poaley-Zion at the Shprakh Konferenz in Czernowitz 1908” (Hebrew), Shevut 15 (1992), pp. 135 148; idem, “The Belated Document and its Context,” Iyiunim Be'Tekumat Israel, 2 (1992), pp. 362-377.
- See Matitiahu Minc, “Jewish Nationalism and Nationalism of Other Minorities in Multi-Ethnic Countries” in: Yehuda Reinharz, Yosef Shalmon and Gideon Shimoni, eds., Jewish Nationalism and Politics, New Perspectives (Hebrew) (Jerusalem: Shazar, 1996), pp. 201-224.
- No argument could be more offensive than the one that is common in Israel under the influence of deconstruction, which maintains that the survivors were like a shapeless mass in the hands of Zionist manipulators.
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