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Hitler's Forgotten Children: A True Story of the Lebensborn Program and One Woman's Search for Her Real Identity

by Ingrid Von Oelhafen & Tim Tate

Created by Heinrich Himmler, the Lebensborn program abducted as many as half a million children from across Europe. Through a process called Germanization, they were to become the next generation of the Aryan...


Hitler: 1889-1936 Hubris

by Ian Kershaw

Hailed as the most compelling biography of the German dictator yet written, Ian Kershaw's Hitler brings us closer than ever before to the heart of its subject's immense darkness.

From his illegitimate birth...


But You Did Not Come Back: A Memoir

by Marceline Loridan-Ivens, Judith Perrignon & Sandra Smith

“You might come back, because you’re young, but I will not come back.”—Marceline Loridan’s father to her, 1944

A runaway bestseller in France, But You Did Not Come Back has already been the subject of...


The Right Wrong Man: John Demjanjuk and the Last Great Nazi War Crimes Trial

by Lawrence Douglas

In 2009, Harper’s Magazine sent war-crimes expert Lawrence Douglas to Munich to cover the last chapter of the lengthiest case ever to arise from the Holocaust: the trial of eighty-nine-year-old John Demjanjuk....


On the Edge of the Holocaust: The Shoah in Latin American Literature and Culture

by Edna Aizenberg

Sheds new light on the views and attitudes of Latin American writers during the Nazi era


Hitler's War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust

by Scott S. F. Meaker

Please Note: Hitler’s War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust is a short book. The Holocaust remains as a reference to the destruction of about six million Jews. The collection of undesirables began...


World War One: A Concise History - The Great War

by Scott S. F. Meaker

World War One: A Concise History - The Great War The First World War was supposed to be the war that ended all wars, hence the name, the Great War. The Great War was off to a bad start from the German perspective....


GITTA: Hidden Child of the Holocaust

by Gitta Rosenzweig, Martha Fuller & Dotti Albertine

From fragments of memories as a hidden child in a Catholic orphanage in Sitnik, Poland, Gitta Rosenzweig weaves a tale of uncertainty that takes us across the globe on a journey of discovery.

If it had not been...


Architects of Annihilation: Auschwitz and the Logic of Destruction

by Gotz Aly & Susanne Heim

Architects of Annihilation follows the activities of the demographers, economists, geographers and planners in the period between the disorderly excesses of the November 1938 pogrom and the fully-effective operation...


Reign of Terror: The Budapest Memoirs of Valdemar Langlet 1944¿1945

by Valdemar Langlet, Pieter Langlet & Monika Langlet

The memoirs of a man who saved thousands from the Nazi death camps.

Although not as well-known as Raoul Wallenberg, Valdemar Langlet was the savior of thousands of Jews in Budapest in the last two years of World...


Underground in Berlin: A Young Woman's Extraordinary Tale of Survival in the Heart of Nazi Germany

by Marie Jalowicz Simon, Anthea Bell & Hermann Simon

A thrilling piece of undiscovered history, this is the true account of a young Jewish woman who survived World War II in Berlin.

In 1941, Marie Jalowicz Simon, a nineteen-year-old Berliner, made an extraordinary...


Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning

by Timothy Snyder

A brilliant, haunting, and profoundly original portrait of the defining tragedy of our time.

     In this epic history of extermination and survival, Timothy Snyder presents a new explanation of the great...


The Central Construction Office of the Waffen-SS and Police Auschwitz: Organization, Responsibilities, Activities

by Carlo Mattogno & Carlos W. Porter

Ever since the Russian authorities granted western historians access to their state archives in the early 1990s, the files of the Central Construction Office of the Waffen-SS and Police Auschwitz, stored in...


Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides

by Thomas Dalton

For the past few decades there has been raging a kind of subterranean debate, one of monumental importance. It is a debate about the Holocaust – not whether or not it "happened" (this is a meaningless claim),...


Dissecting the Holocaust: The Growing Critique of 'Truth' and 'Memory'

by Robert Faurisson, Carlo Mattogno & Germar Rudolf

The blockbuster anthology that struck Holocaust orthodoxy a body blow from which it has never recovered. Dissecting marshals the work of more than a dozen researchers to subject the conventional historiography...


Breaking the Spell: The Holocaust, Myth & Reality

by Nicholas Kollerstrom

In 1941, British Intelligence analysts cracked the German "Enigma" code. This undermined the German war effort - but also threw new light on day-by-day events in the Nazi concentration camp system. Between January...


Auschwitz: A Judge Looks at the Evidence

by Wilhelm Stäglich & Germar Rudolf

Auschwitz is the epicenter of the Holocaust. There is no place on earth where more people are said to have been murdered than at Auschwitz. At this detention camp the industrialized mass murder of the Jews by...


The Hoax of the Twentieth Century: The Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry

by Arthur R. Butz

On 545 pages of penetrating study and lucid commentary, Dr. Butz gives the reader a graduate course on the subject of the Jews of World War Two Europe. One main focus is on Auschwitz, which during WWII was a...


Holocaust High Priest: Elie Wiesel, "Night," the Memory Cult, and the Rise of Revisionism

by Warren B. Routledge & Germar Rudolf

Holocaust High Priest weaves together five compelling and interrelated narratives. The book’s main concern is to present the world’s first unauthorized biography of Elie Wiesel. It shines the light of truth...


I Escaped from a Nazi Death Camp

by Edmond Vandievoet & Untold Stories

May 1940. Edmond Vandievoet is 34 and wishes only one thing: to serve his country.

Enrolled in the Belgian army, he will escape captivity a first time and will flee to Paris, where he will specialize in the passing...