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The Diary of Mary Berg: Growing up in the Warsaw Ghetto

by SL Schneiderman & Susan Lee Pentlin

A revised edition of an extraordinary record of life in the Warsaw Ghetto, first published in 1945, before the end of World War 2. Originally edited by SL Schneiderman, this edition has a new introduction by...


Sophie Scholl and the White Rose

by Jud Newborn & Annette Dumbach

In the spring and summer of 1942, five young German students and one professor at the University of Munich crossed the threshold of toleration to enter the realms of resistance, danger and death. Protesting...


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...


Born Survivors

by Wendy Holden

Among the millions of Holocaust victims sent to Auschwitz II-Birkenau in 1944, Priska, Rachel, and Anka each pass through its infamous gates with a secret. Strangers to one another, they are newly pregnant,...


Genocide: The Basics

by Paul R. Bartrop

Genocide: The Basics is an engaging introduction to the study of a controversial and widely debated topic. This concise and comprehensive book explores key questions such as; how successful have efforts been...


Violence, Memory, and History: Western Perceptions of Kristallnacht

by Colin McCullough & Nathan Wilson

This edited collection delves into the horrors of November 1938 and to what degree they portended the Holocaust, demonstrating the varied reactions of Western audiences to news about the pogrom against the Jews....


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...


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...


Gazing at the Stars: Memories of a Child Survivor

by Eva Slonim

In March 1939, seven-year-old Eva Weiss's innocence was shattered by Germany's invasion of her homeland, Slovakia. Over the next five years, as the Nazi persecution of Europe's Jews gathered momentum, Eva's...


The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust

by Donald L. Niewyk & Francis R. Nicosia

This invaluable resource provides a multidimensional survey of the Holocaust, essentially integrating five separate books into one comprehensive reference tool: a historical overview; a guide to Holocaust controversies;...


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...


The Myth of Hitler's Pope: Pope Pius XII And His Secret War Against Nazi Germany

by David G. Dalin

Was Pope Pius XII secretly in league with Adolf Hitler? No, says Rabbi David G. Dalin—but there was a cleric in league with Hitler: the grand mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini. As Pope Pius XII worked...


The Diary of Petr Ginz

by Petr Ginz, Elena Lappin & Chava Pressburger

Not since Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl has such an intimately candid, deeply affecting account of a childhood compromised by Nazi tyranny come to light. As a fourteen-year-old Jewish boy living in...


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 Bonfire Of Berlin

by Helga Schneider

Abandoned by her mother, who left to pursue a career as a camp guard at Auschwitz-Birkenau, loathed by her step-mother, cooped up in a cellar, starved, parched, lonely amidst the fetid crush of her neighbours,...


Holocaust Consciousness in Contemporary Britain

by Andy Pearce

The Holocaust is a pervasive presence in British culture and society. Schools have been legally required to deliver Holocaust education, the government helps to fund student visits to Auschwitz, the Imperial...


Bystanders to the Holocaust: A Re-evaluation

by David Cesarani & Paul A. Levine

Using accessible archival sources, a team of historians reveal how much the USA, Britain, Switzerland and Sweden knew about the Nazi attempt to murder all the Jews of Europe during World War II.


Jews, Germans, and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany

by Atina Grossmann

In the immediate aftermath of World War II, more than a quarter million Jewish survivors of the Holocaust lived among their defeated persecutors in the chaotic society of Allied-occupied Germany. Jews, Germans,...


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...


The Master Plan: Himmler's Scholars and the Holocaust

by Heather Pringle

A groundbreaking history of the Nazi research institute whose work helped lead to the extermination of millions

In 1935, Heinrich Himmler established a Nazi research institute called The Ahnenerbe, whose mission...