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Holocaust Representations in History: An Introduction

by Daniel H. Magilow & Lisa Silverman

Holocaust Representations in History is an introduction to critical questions and debates surrounding the depiction, chronicling and memorialization of the Holocaust through the historical analysis of some of...


After the Fact: The Holocaust in Twenty-First Century Documentary Film

by Brad Prager

After the Fact studies the terrain of Holocaust documentaries subsequent to the turn of the twenty-first century. Until now most studies have centered primarily on canonical films such as Shoah and Night and...


Auschwitz Report

by Primo Levi, Leonardo De Benedetti & Robert S. C. Gordon

Among the first written accounts of the concentration camps—a major literary and historical discovery.

While in a Russian-administered holding camp in Katowice, Poland, in 1945, Primo Levi was asked to provide...


Verdict on Vichy: Power and Prejudice in the Vichy France Regime

by Michael Curtis

This masterful book is the first comprehensive reappraisal of the Vichy France regime for over 20 years. France was occupied by Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1944, and the exact nature of France's role in the...


Staying Human: The Story of a Quiet WWII Hero

by Katharina Stegelmann

During World War II, Heinz Drossel saved Soviet prisoners of war and several Jews, including Marianne Hirschfeld. Again and again, he wasn’t afraid to risk his own life when others’ safety was at risk. Nearly...


Victims and Survivors of Nazi Human Experiments: Science and Suffering in the Holocaust

by Paul Weindling

While the coerced human experiments are notorious among all the atrocities under National Socialism, they have been marginalised by mainstream historians. This book seeks to remedy the marginalisation, and to...


Anti-Semitism: A Disease of the Mind

by Theodore Isaac Rubin

A groundbreaking work on the psychodynamics of bigotry and anti-Semitism.

As a child, Ted Rubin could not understand why some people hated him and his family only because they were Jews. He soon discovered that...


God, Faith & Identity from the Ashes: Reflections of Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors

by Menachem Z Rosensaft & Elie Wiesel

Almost ninety children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors from sixteen countries explore how their parents' and grandparents' experiences of the Shoah helped shape their identity and their attitudes toward...


The Bloomsbury Companion to Holocaust Literature

by Jenni Adams

The Bloomsbury Companion to Holocaust Literature is a comprehensive reference resource including a wealth of critical material on a diverse range of topics within the literary study of Holocaust writing. At...


Filming the End of the Holocaust: Allied Documentaries, Nuremberg and the Liberation of the Concentration Camps

by John J. Michalczyk

Filming the End of the Holocaust considers how the US Government commissioned the US Signal Corps and other filmmakers to document the horrors of the concentration camps during the April-May 1945 liberation....


The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler's Men

by Eric Lichtblau

A revelatory secret history of how America became home to thousands of Nazi war criminals after World War II, many of whom were brought here by the OSS and CIA—by the New York Times reporter who broke the...


Such Good Girls

by R. D. Rosen

They defied death by being such good girls—keeping secrets, staying out of sight, and suffering in frightened silence.

Sophie—pictured on the cover—survived the Holocaust without even knowing she was Jewish,...


From Holocaust to Harvard: A Story of Escape, Forgiveness, and Freedom

by John Stoessinger

A true and touching human tale of survival and achievement.

When John Stoessinger was ten years old, Adolf Hitler annexed his homeland of Austria, ripping the boy from his home and his friends in Vienna. His...


Holocaust Legacy in Post-Soviet Lithuania: People, Places and Objects

by Shivaun Woolfson

Once regarded as a vibrant centre of intellectual, cultural and spiritual Jewish life, Lithuania was home to 240,000 Jews prior to the Nazi invasion of 1941. By war's end, less than 20,000 remained. Today, approximately...


Someday You Will Understand: My Father's Private World War II

by Nina Wolff Feld

Walter Wolff was the son of a Jewish merchant family that fled their German home when the Nazis came to power and took refuge in Brussels, Belgium. On the eve of the German invasion, in May 1940, the family...


The Will to Meaning: Foundations and Applications of Logotherapy

by Viktor E Frankl

From the author of Man's Search for Meaning, one of the most influential works of psychiatric literature since Freud.

"Perhaps the most significant thinker since Freud and Adler," said The American Journal of...


The Handkerchief Map

by Kiri English-Hawke

Everywhere shots are fired, still people are crying, still cities are being destroyed, still we're waiting for the end, but even when the end arrives, there will still be tears, still people will suffer, still...


Five Chimneys: A Woman Survivor's True Story of Auschwitz

by Olga Lengyel

Olga Lengyel tells, frankly and without compromise, one of the most horrifying stories of all time. This true, documented chronicle is the intimate, day-to-day record of a beautiful woman who survived the nightmare...


50 Children

by Steven Pressman

Two Ordinary Americans.

Fifty Innocent Lives.

One Unforgettable Journey.

In early 1939, few Americans were thinking about the darkening storm clouds over Europe. Nor did they have much sympathy for the growing...


How Could This Happen: Explaining the Holocaust

by Dan McMillan

The Holocaust is the defining event of the twentieth century – and perhaps all of modern history. Yet for too long, we have ignored the vital question of how and why such a monstrous event could have happened...