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Notes and Bibliography

One author
In Text: (Roberts 2018, 102)
Reference list: Roberts Andrew. 2018. Churchill: Walking with destiny. London: Penguin Books.

Book with Two Authors
In Text: (Gorlitzki and Khlevniuk 2006, 13)
Reference list: Gorlitzki, Yoram, and Khlevniuk Oleg. 2006. Cold Peace. Stalin and the Soviet Ruling Circle, 1945-1953. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Book with Three Authors
In Text: (Lauren, Craig, and George 2021, 292)
Reference list: Lauren, Paul Gordon, Gordon A. Craig, and Alexander L. George. 2021. Force and Statecraft. Diplomatic Challenges of Our Time. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Book with Four or More Authors
In Text: (Franco et al. 1994, 45)
Reference list: Franco, Antonino et al. 1994. Prospettive ethiche nella postmodernita. Cinisello Balsamo (Milano): San Paolo.

Chapter in an Edited Book
In Text: (Fabian 2022, 196)
Reference list: Fabian, Sina. 2022. “Between Criticism and Innovation.” In Reshaping Capitalism in Weimar and Nazi Germany, ed. Moritz Föllmer, Pamela E. Swett, 183-207. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Translator or Editor for an Authored Book
In Text: (Snyder 2018, 164-170)
Reference list: Snyder, Timothy. 2018. Skrwawione ziemie. Europa między Hitlerem a Stalinem, trans. Bartłomiej Pietrzyk. Kraków: Znak.

Online Book (E-Book)
In Text: (Rozkosz 2018, 24)
Reference list: Rozkosz, Ewa A. 2018. Rozwój czasopisma naukowego: poradnik dla redaktorów i wydawców. Szczecin: Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie.

Archival sources
In Text: (YVA M.9)
Reference list: Yad Vashem Archives, YVA M.9: Simon Wiesenthal collection, war criminals investigations files.

Online Journal Article with DOI number
In Text: (Burke 2021, 867)
Reference list: Burke, Peter, 2021. “Cultural History, Ritual and Performance: George L. Mosse in Context.” Journal of Contemporary History 56 (4): 864-877, DOI: 10.1177/0022009420940033.

Online Journal Article without a DOI Number
In Text: (Dworski 2020, 78)
Reference list: Dworski, Michał, 2020. “Na hiszpańskiej ziemi. Rola i znaczenie misji dyplomatycznej Józefa hr. Potockiego w Madrycie po zakończeniu II wojny światowej – wybrane zagadnienia.” Polonia Inter Gentes: czasopismo naukowe 1: 77-100.

Online or Print Newspaper or Magazine Article
In Text: (Talbott 1990, 27)
Reference list: Talbott, Steve, 1990. “Undoing Lenin’s Legacy.” Time, February 19, 27-29.

In Text: (Davis 2022)
Reference list: Davis, Cyprian. 2022. A History of Black Catholics in the United States. Accessed February 4, 2022.