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History of Greece’s Jewish Community Before the Holocaust Presented in D.C. by Tasos Kokkinidis, published in the Greek Reporter, 29 March 2019
Sephardic Judaism’s Hidden Children in Occupied Greece – by Alexios Nicholaos Menexiadis, published in The National Herald, February 4, 2006
A Few Historical Facts About Greek Jewry – published in The National Herald, February 6, 2006
Kehila Kedosha Janina – New York’s Greek Jewish Community – published in The National Herald, July 9, 2016
Documents: The Jews in Greece, 1941-1944 – Eyewitness Accounts by Alexandros Kitroeff – Published in the Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, Vol, XII. No.3 ; Fall 1985
Dr. Peter Stavrianidis, in Manhattan, Lectures on the History of Greek Jews – by Constantine S. Sirigos; published in The National Herald, March 7, 2015
Anavryti, Peloponnese, Greece – Founded by Jews? – article titled THE BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE OF ANAVRYTI was published by the GreekNewsOnline.com on March 20, 2006.
Remembering the Greeks Who Participated in the Auschwitz Revolt 70 Years Ago – published by PappasPost.com, October 8, 2014
Miraculous Event – Zakynthos in 1943-44 – Only Jewish Community to Survive Unscathed – published by PappasPost.com May 10, 2014 as “A Reflection of Life’s Defining Moments: A Train in Jerusalem”
Jewish Entrepreneurship in Salonica, 1912-1940, An Ethnic Economy in Transition – By Orly C. Meron, published in 2011 by Sussex Academic Press – (1,548 Jewish names and Jewish firms transcribed)
“A GREEK JEW FROM SALONICA REMEMBERS” by Ya’acov (Jack) Handeli, Introduction by Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize Winner. Translated from Hebrew by Martin Kett. Originally published in Hebrew as “From the White Tower to the Gates of Auschwitz” by “Korot” Publishing House, Jerusalem, 1992. Following the title page of this book is a map titled “Two Thousand Years of Jewish Life In Europe”. The age, by 1939, of the Jewish communities of Europe — It shows Greece as having the oldest population in Europe – 2,239 years of Jewish communities existing in Greece.
Illusion of Safety: The Story of the Greek Jews during the Second World War by Michael Matsas, published in 1997 by Pella Publishing Company, Inc., New York, N.Y. – (187 names included)
“Jewish Resistance in Wartime Greece” by Steven Bowman, University of Cincinnati. was published in 2006 by Vallentine Mitchell, London – Portland, Oregon – (876 names included)
Jewish Museum of Rhodes – cemetery, history, genealogy, food