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The Diana Zborowski Center for the Study of the Aftermath of the Holocaust
Bibliographical Guide

Life starts anew - Zeev and Rivka Helfand and their baby Ezra arrive in Israel from detention camps in Cyprus, November 1947<br>Lazar Duner<br>Photo Archive, KKL-JNF Life starts anew - Zeev and Rivka Helfand and their baby Ezra arrive in Israel from detention camps in Cyprus, November 1947
Lazar Duner
Photo Archive, KKL-JNF

The Bibliographical Guide to the Aftermath of the Holocaust is organized around 25 research topics (as appear in the drop-down menu) beginning with the key topic of survivors, the impact of the Holocaust on their children, broader Jewish political responses to the Shoah, the trials of war criminals and collaborators, reparations, restitution and the return of property, commemoration in its various forms, memoirs, philosophical and religious reflections, literature, art, theatre and film relating to the Holocaust, teaching the Holocaust.

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