She'erit hapletah, 1944-1948: rehabilitation and political struggle : proceedings of the sixth Yad Vashem International Historical Conference : Jerusalem, October 1985
Israel Gutman, Avital Saf
Yad Vashem, 1990 - History - 554 pages
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