Contested Memories: Poles and Jews during the Holocaust and Its Aftermath

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Notes
1
See, among others, Shmuel Krakowski, “The Polish Underground and the Extermination of the Jews,” Polin 9 (1996): 138–147.
2
Teresa Prekerowa, Konspiracyjna Rada Pomocy Żydom w Warszawie, 1942–1945 (Warsaw: PIW, 1982), 112–125.
3
Kazimierz Iranek-Osmecki, PowoŁanie i przeznaczenie: Wspomnienia oficera Komendy GŁównej AK, 1940–1944 (Warsaw: PIW, 1998), 294.
4
Shmuel Krakowski, “The Holocaust in the Polish Underground Press,” Yad Vashem Studies 16 (1984): 241–270.
5
CzesŁaw ZerosŁawski, Katolicka myś l o ojczyźnie—ideowopolityczne koncepcje klerykalnego podziemia, 1939–1944 (Warsaw: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1987), 202, 209–214, and 268–269.
6
Estimates are based on the inquiries conducted in 1945 on the extermination of the population on Polish territories, published partly in Biuletyn GŁównej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce, vols. 8–11 (Warsaw: Wydawn. Min. Sprawiedliwości, 1956–1960). Additional sources include several thousand testimonies held at the Yad Vashem Archives, Jerusalem, and volumes of Pinkas ha-kehilot: Polin (Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1976).
7
Based mainly on data from the “Pinkas Hakehilot,” in Pinkas ha-kehilot: Polin, vol. 3: Western Galicia and Silesia (Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1984).
8
Based on the published sources by the Main Commission for the Investigating Nazi Crimes in Poland, Rejestr miejsc i faktów zbrodni popeŁnionych przez okupanta hitlerowskiego na ziemiach polskich w latach, 1939–1944 (Warsaw: GŁówna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce, 1983–1984).
9
Franciszka Reizer, Dzienniki, 1939–1944 (Warsaw: Ludowa SpóŁdzielnia Wydawnicza, 1984), 71.
10
Ibid., 72.
11
Ibid.
12
Ibid., 72–73.
13
Ibid.
14
Ibid., 92.
15
Ibid., 98.
16
Jan Basta, “Mniejszości narodowe na Rzeszowszczyźnie,” Prace Historyczno— Archiwalne 2 (Rzeszów, 1994): 182.
17
Yad Vashem Archives, 048/147.2, p. 154.
18
Ibid., p. 170.
19
As of 1999, Yad Vashem has honored over 5,200 Poles with the title of Righteous among the Nations.
20
Shmuel Krakowski, The War of the Doomed (New York: Holmes and Meier, 1984), 25–60.
21
Kultura (Paris, 1992): 25–26.
22
Shmuel Spector, The Holocaust of the Wolhynien Jews, 1941–1944 (Jerusalem: Yad Vashem and the Federation of Volhynien Jews, 1986), 204–209 (in Hebrew).
23
Ibid., 251–270.
24
Nechama Tec, Defiance: The Bielski Partisans (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1993); and Shalom Cholawski, Al naharot ha-Nayman veha-Denayper:

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