Can anybody recommend a good history of the Mir Yeshiva - specifically until the outbreak of World War II, but ideally even inclusive of the war years? Shaul Stampfer has an excellent history of Volozhin, Novaradok, Telz and Kovno (<i>Lithuanian Yeshivas of the Nineteenth Century</i>) and Gil Perl has a wonderful biography of the Netziv (<i>The Pillar of Volozhin</i>), but I've yet to find a history of the Mir or its rabbonim that wasn't published by Artscroll.