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Portraying the exhumation and reburial of Polish Jewish Holocaust victims in the pages of yizkor books
Gabriel N. Finder

accompany reburial in most instances, even the non-observant men from among the five clearly acceded to Jewish communal norms, indeed embraced them, not because these norms were religious per se but because they underlined the Jewish identity of the act. Polish Jewish Holocaust victims in yizkor books   49 In the event, the instincts of all five men were in harmony with rabbinical rulings issued during and after the Holocaust. An authoritative contemporary source was Rabbi Ephraim Oshry, a rabbi and expert in Jewish law who survived the Holocaust in hiding in the ghetto

in Human remains and identification