SOURCES AND SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Grodno District Archives, Grodno:
Books, Publications and Articles
Freia Anders, Hauke-Hendrik Kutcher und Katrin Stoll - Bialystok in Bielefeld -Verlag fur Regionalgeschichte, Bielefeld, 2003
Chasia Bornstein Bielicki, One of the few (Hebrew). Tel Aviv : Moreshet Publishing House, 2003
Felix Zandman, Never the Last Journey, New York, 1995.
(List of Dr. Zandman's book - editions in different languages)
Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust, edited by Yisrael
York, 1990, pp. 619-621.
New York Public Library - Grodno Yizkor book online (scroll alphabetical list of towns and click "Grodno") Partial Translation from Hebrew to English of above (updated 2012) Errata table for the above partial translation
Abraham Estin online a novel based on interviews with survivors (French)
Marina Shepelevitch, ( Russian, "The Course of a Girl from Grodno: one more case of elevation.") YurSalPrint, Grodno 2015
Eliyahu Gozanski Grodne (Yiddish, Hamol 1945) (Translation to Hebrew . The Communist Party of Israel, 1975)
Bronia Klibanski, The Underground Archives of the Bialystok
Founded by Mersik and Tenenbaum, Yad Vashem Studies, vol. 2,
Mordecai Tenenbaum, Leaves from the Conflagration (Hebrew), Tel Aviv, 1947.
Shimon Dubnow (ed.), Pinkas Medinat Lita (Hebrew the
of the Meetings of the Jewish Council in the Grand Duchy of
Tikva Fatal-Knaani, Grodno is not the same (Hebrew) (Published by Yad vaShem, # 18488, Hebrew, Jerusalem, 2001).Jewish community of Grodno, 1939 - 1943.
Gregori Tsevi Abrams, Tikvot le-yamim tovim (Published by: Shtainhart-Katsir, Tel-Aviv, 1995, Hebrew) Jewish family during WW 2 in Grodno and in Russia. English translation pending.
Grodner Moment (Yiddish), Grodno, 1924-1926, 1927-1938.
Contents pages of "Grodner Opklangen" (Yiddish) in PDF (6meg), Buenos Aires, 26 issues, 1948 - 1980, Yad va Shem Library (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Memorial Event - Organized by Center .Mi-Yerushalaim L-Lita., December 24, 2013: in memory of the late Grisha (Zvi) Chosid, who was guiding in Grodno visitors from Israel
Plaque commemorating the Grodno Ghetto, unveiled on March 12, 1991