The Bibliography on the History of Silesian Jewry II continues and enlarges volume 6 of the Bibliographien zur deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte (Bibliographies of German-Jewish History), published in 1995. The current volume contains more than 3,200 entries and has both an index of authors and editors, and a subject index. Together, the two bibliographies on the history of Jews in Silesian cover approximately 6,000 entries. The Bibliography on the History of Silesian Jewry II provides information about writings published during the last ten years and includes as yet bibliographically unrecorded titles written in Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish, Czech, English, French and German. In addition, ...the Czech part of Silesia has been taken into account and numerous old and new periodicals have been evaluated. Aspects which had previously received little attention, the period between the great wars, before 1939, along with the new beginning and the latest development of Jewish life in Silesia after 1945, are now covered. The bibliography deals with a large part of German-Jewish history in the former Prussian province Silesian. Further, it takes the historical context of the opening of central and Eastern Europe during the last decades into account. This change kindled an enormous interest in the history and culture of the Jews in Silesia. After the opening of the borders, lively international exchange between academics developed, resulting in a considerable number of publications. The Bibliography on the History of Silesian Jewry II addresses an international public interested in the history and culture of the Jews in Silesia. Together with the first part, originally published in 1995 and now reprinted, this bibliography is an indispensable aid for research on Jews in Silesia. Marcin Wodzi'nski, PhD is director of the University of Wroclaw Research Centre for the Culture and Languages of the Polish Jews, where he also gives lectures. His research has resulted in works on Hebrew epigraphs, the history of Jews in Silesia and on Jewish religious and social movements of the nineteenth century. He is the author of numerous books and essays and has edited collected editions, mainly in Polish, English and Czech.