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  • Baranowski, Jerzy, and Henryk Jaworowski. "Historia i rozwoj przetrzenny synagogi w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim" (The History and Development of the Synagogue in Piotrkow Trybunalski). BZIH 57 (1966): 121-133 (in Polish)

  • Birnbaum, Jacob. "Piotrkow Trybunalski: The Last Chapter." In Roman Mogilanski, The Ghetto Anthology: A Comprehensive Chronicle of the Extermination of Jewry in Nazi Death Camps and Ghettos in Poland. Los Angeles: American Congress of Jews from Poland, 1985. Call No. DS135.P6 M58 1985

  • Brajtberg-Fajnzylber, Féla (1912-1977). Le témoignage ordinaire d'une juive polonaise: récit / Féla Brajtberg-Fajnzylber. Paris: Editions La Bruyère, 1991. 107 p. ill. (personal narrative in French); Call No. DS135.P62 P494 1991

  • Fijalek, Mojzesz. "Dp zagadnienia szpitalnictwa zydowskiego w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim w polowie XIX w." (Concerning the Jewish Hospitals in Piotrkow Trybunalski in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. BZIH 31 (July-Sept. 1959): 38-56. (in Polish)

  • Giladi, Ben, ed. A Tale of One City: Piotrkow Tybunalski. New York, NY : Shengold Publishers in cooperation with the Piotrkow Trybunalski Relief Association in New York, 1991. 408 pages. Call No. DS135.P62 P513 1991, ISBN 0-88400-153-9, LOC 91-066446

  • Giladi, Ben, pub. The Voice of Piotrkow Survivors. Kew Gardens, N.Y.: Piotrkov Trybunalski Relief Association. (periodical published three times per year; chiefly in English, with some text in Polish and Yiddish) E-mail: voicebentov@juno.com

  • Gilbert, Martin. The Boys: Triumph over Adversity, The Story of 732 Young Concentration Camp Survivors. Vancouver/Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1996. (511 pages with index of place names and surnames. Significant number of survivors came from Piotrkow Trybunalski; Canadian ISBN 1-55054-596-5.) Also: London: Phoenix, Orion Books Ltd, 1996 and New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1996.

  • Gilbert, Martin. Holocaust Journey: Traveling in Search of the Past. Vancouver/Toronto: McIntyre, 1997. (480 pages with index to place names and surnames; chapter on Piotrkow Trybunalski) Also: Canadian ISBN 1-55054-595-7; British publisher Weidenbeld & Nicolson, 1997.

  • Granatstein, Yechiel. One Jew's Power, One Jew's Glory: The Life of Rav Yitzchak Shmuel Eliyahu Finkler, the Rebbe of Radoschitz near Piotrkow, in the Ghetto and Concentration Camps. Jerusalem, New York: Feldheim, 1991. [read excerpt].
  • Kaminski, Mordekhai Dov. Le-`et `erev: masa` zikhronotav shel yeled Yehudi bi-mehozot ha-tsalmavet be-`itot ha-she'iyah veha-shimamon. Jerusalem: M.D.K., 1990 or 1991. 167, 16 p. ill., maps. (personal narrative in Hebrew); Call No. DS135.P63 M15 1990 Hebr

  • Melz (Malts), Yaakov, and Naftali (Lavi) Lau, eds. Piotrkow Trybunalski ve-ha-seviva: sefer zikaron. (Piotrkow Trybunalski and Vicinity: A Memorial Book). Tel Aviv: Former Residents of Piotrkow Trybunalski in Israel, 1965. (1192 pp, illus., facsims., maps, ports; Hebrew, Yiddish, English) DS135.P62 P5 Hebr

  • Yiddish title: Pyetrkov Tribunalski un umgegent; yizkor-bukh in ondenk fun di barimte Yidishe kehile`s velkhe zenen tsuzamen mit toyznter fun zeyere mitglider farnikhtet gevorn durkh di natsishe merder in di yorn 700-705. Redagirt hobn Ya`akov Malts un Naftali (Lavi) La'u. [Tel-Aviv], Aroysgegebn durk dem Redaktsye komitet fun der Pyetrkovwer Landsmanshaft in Yi´sroel

  • Lau-Lavie, Naphtali. Balaam's Prophecy: Eyewitness to History, 1939-1989.

  • Lubliner, Michael. "The Purim Massacre in Piotrkow." In Roman Mogilanski, The Ghetto Anthology: A Comprehensive Chronicle of the Extermination of Jewry in Nazi Death Camps and ghettos in Poland. Los Angeles: American Congress of Jews from Poland, 1985. Call No. DS135.P6 M58 1985

  • Sanik, Leibel (Leon). Someday We'll Be Free. New York: C.I.S. Publishers, 1994. 303 p. (personal narrative)

  • Socken, Rochelle. "Reflection: Piotrkow Revisited." New Bulletin 13 (Jan.-Feb. 1986): 14-17.
Film
  • Kassovitz, Peter, Marsha Williams and Steven Haft, dir./prod. Jakob the Liar. USA: Columbia Pictures, 1998. (filmed in the old Jewish ghetto area of Piotrkow Trybunalski; 114 minutes)
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Sources
  • Library of Congress and New York Public Library catalogs

  • Weiner, Miriam. Jewish Roots in Poland: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories. New York: YIVO and Routes to Roots Foundation, 1997