- Chamberlin, Brewster and Feldman, Marcia, The Liberation of the Nazi Concentration Camps 1945: Eyewitness Accounts of the Liberators, United States Holocaust Memorial Council, Washington D.C., 1987, pp. 75-76.
- Ibid., p. 103.
- Kleiman Yehudit and Springer-Aharoni Nina, The Anguish of Liberation, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem 1995, p. 35.
- Anita Shapira and Irit Keynan, “The Survivors of the Holocaust”, orig. in “Return to Life: The Holocaust Survivors – From Liberation to Rehabilitation”, Beth Hatefutsoth, Ghetto Fighters’ House and Yad Vashem, Haifa 1995, pp. 35-47.
- Zerach Warhaftig, Uprooted, Institute of Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress and World Jewish Congress, New York, 1946, p. 52.
- Testimony of Yitzchak Zuckerman, recorded at the Council of the United Kibbutz Movement on 9-10 May 1947. Published in: Zuckerman, Yitzchak, The Exodus from Poland , Ghetto Fighters’ House, United Kibbutz Movement Press, pp. 13-16 (Hebrew).
- Kleiman, Yehudit and Shpringer-Aharoni, Nina (eds.), The Pain of Liberation, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, 1995, p. 40.
- Ibid., p. 45.
- Ibid., p. 47.
- Ibid., p. 53.
- Testimony of Shoshana Stark, Yad Vashem Archive 03/4337, pp. 19-20 (Hebrew).
- Israel Ring (Ed.), How Embers Survived [Hebrew], Moreshet and Ein Hamifratz, Kibbutz 1995, p. 130.
- Yad Vashem Archives, 0.3, V.T/135.
- Avni, Chaim, With the Jews in the DP Camps, Impressions from a Mission in 1945-1947 [Hebrew], Chaverim, 1981, pp. 32-35.
- Michael Berenbaum, The World Must Know, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1993, p. 208.
- Hagit Lavsky, New Beginnings: Holocaust Survivors in Bergen-Belsen and the British Zone in Germany, 1945-1950, Wayne University State Press, Detroit, 2002, p. 150.
- Testimony of Eliezer Adler, Yad Vashem Archive, 03/5426, pp. 41-42 (Hebrew).
- Abba Kovner, Mishelo ve-‘alav, Moreshet and Sifriyat Hapoalim, 1988, pp. 40-41 [Hebrew].
- Yad Vashem Archive 03/6921, pp. 40-43 [Hebrew].
- Yad Vashem Archives 0.3/10333.
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