Research into various aspects of the Holocaust has escalated in recent years just as the ranks of survivor-subjects are rapidly diminishing. All documents contributing in any way to the knowledge of psychological and medical consequences have been included in this bibliography. Materials are drawn from psychological, psychiatric, and social work literature and from personal accounts. In addition to printed books and articles, references are made to manuscripts which are housed at one of the three centres where major libraries of this kind exist. The bibliography contains titles in English, French, Polish, Dutch, and German, as well as a number of other languages.
Leo Eitinger is professor emeritus and former head of the Department and Institute of Psychiatry at the University of Oslo, Norway. Robert Krell is an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia.
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