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HST 495: Migration and the Making of Postwar Europe

Migration and the Making of Postwar Europe

Encyclopedias/ Dictionaries

Europe since 1945: an encyclopedia (print book).

Encyclopedia of diasporas: immigrant and refugee cultures around the world (print book).

Encyclopedia of race, ethnicity, and society (Ebook).

 

The YIVO encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern EuropeA definitive work about the civilization of Eastern European Jewry; includes primary source materials such as documents, images, audio and video, as well as maps. A print edition is available here.

Holocaust Survivors: a Biographical Dictionary. Emily Taitz. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2007 (print book).

Encyclopaedia Judaica: Second and latest edition (2007). This electronic edition is part of the Gale Virtual Reference Library, which enables searching across additional reference works. A print copy of the first edition (1972) is available here.

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