When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Poland

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Agar, Herbert. "Christians Who Dared Death to Save Jews." Jewish Digest, May 1961, pp. 7-11.

Ainsztein, Reuben. "The Bandera-Oberaender Case." Midstream, no. 2 ( 1960): 17- 25.

Ainsztein, Reuben. "The Jews of Poland Need Not Have Died." Midstream, Autumn 1958, pp. 2-4, 101-103.

Aldridge, James. "Poles Abuse Jews." Liberal Judaism, April 1944, pp. 50-52.

Alexander, L. "War Crimes: Their Social Psychological Aspects." American Journal of Psychiatry 39, no. 3 ( September 1948): 170-177.

Altmann, S. P. "Simmel's Philosophy of Money." American Journal of Sociology 9 ( 1903): 46-68.

Anielewicz, Mordechai. "The Jewish Fighter's Organization Appeals." Extermination and Resistance, Historical Records and Source Material 1 ( 1958): 7-9.

Auni, Haim. "The Zionist Underground in Holland and France and the Escape to Spain." In Rescue Attempts during the Holocaust, edited by Yisrael Gutman and Efrâim Zuroff, pp. 555-590. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1977.

Baron, Lawrence. "Restoring Faith in Humankind." S'HMA 14 ( September 1984): 124-128.

Bauminger, Arieh. "Righteous Gentiles." Jewish Spectator27-31 ( September 1064): 9-10.

Bejski, Moshe. "The Righteous among the Nations and Their Part in the Rescue of Jews." In The Catastrophe of European Jewry, edited by Yisrael Gutman and Livia Rothkirchen, pp. 582-607. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1976.

Berkowitz, Leonard. "The Self, Selfishness and Altruism." In Altruism and Helping Behavior, edited by J. R. Macaulay and L. Berkowitz, pp. 143-151. New York: Academic Press, 1970.

Berkowitz, Leonard. "Social Norms, Feelings and Other Factors Affecting Helping and Altruism." In Cooperation and Helping Behavior Theories and Research, edited by V. J. Derlega and J. Grzelak, pp. 63-108. New York: Academic Press, 1982.

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