Hanna Yablonka

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Hanna Yablonka (Hebrew: חנה יבלונקה, 1950) is an Israeli historian and scholar. Born in Tel Aviv, she is a Professor of Holocaust Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev[1] and staff historian for the Ghetto Fighters' House.[citation needed]

Published works[edit]

Yablonka is the author of books including:

  • Foreign Brethren: Holocaust Survivors in the State of Israel, 1948–1952 (Ben-Gurion University Press, 1994), translated into English by Ora Cummings as Survivors of the Holocaust: Israel after the War (New York University Press, 1999)[2]
  • The State of Israel vs. Adolf Eichmann (2001), translated into English by Ora Cummings (Schocken Books, 2004)[3]
  • Off the Beaten Track: The Mizrahim and the Shoah (Yedioth Aharonoth Books and Chemed Books, 2008), translated into French by Avner Lahav as Les Juifs d'Orient, Israël et la Shoah, Calmann-Lévy, 2016.[4]

In 2002, Yad Vashem awarded Yablonka the Buchman Foundation Memorial Prize for her book on Eichmann.[5]


  1. ^ Prof. Hanna Yablonka (Turek), Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, retrieved 2020-09-19
  2. ^ Reviews of Foreign Brethren / Survivors of the Holocaust:
  3. ^ Reviews of The State of Israel vs. Adolf Eichmann:
  4. ^ Review of Off the Beaten Track / Les Juifs d'Orient:
  5. ^ Yad Vashem Awards the Buchman Memorial Prize to Dr. Hanna Yablonka and Professor Arieh Kochavi, Vad Yashem, 3 December 2002, retrieved 2020-09-19