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Hanged at Auschwitz: An Extraordinary Memoir of Survival

by Sam Kessel

Boxer and member of the French Resistance Kessel recounts the horrifying time he spent in Nazi captivity-almost three years-including an execution that he narrowly survived.


Hunt for the Jews: Betrayal and Murder in German-Occupied Poland

by Jan Grabowski

Judenjagd, hunt for the Jews, was the German term for the organized searches for Jews who, having survived ghetto liquidations and deportations to death camps in Poland in 1942, attempted to hide "on the Aryan...


Dancing with the Enemy: My Family's Holocaust Secret

by Paul Glaser

The gripping story of the author’s aunt, a Jewish dance instructor who was betrayed to the Nazis by the two men she loved, yet managed to survive WWII by teaching dance lessons to the SS at Auschwitz. Her...


Roman's Journey: An Extraordinary Odyssey of Holocaust Survival

by Roman Halter & Martin Gilbert

Roman Halter was a spirited, optimistic schoolboy in 1939 when he and his family gathered behind the curtains to watch the Volksdeutsche (German Polish) neighbors of their small town in western Poland greet...


Hitler's Gift: The True Story of the Scientists Expelled by the Nazi Regime

by Jean Medawar & David Pyke

Between 1901 and 1932, Germany won a third of all the Nobel prizes for science. With Hitler's rise to power and the introduction of racial laws, starting with the exclusion of all Jews from state institutions,...


Wallenberg: The Incredible True Story of the Man Who Saved the Jews of Budapest

by Kati Marton

A fearless young Swede whose efforts saved countless Hungarian Jews from certain death at the hands of Adolf Eichmann, Raoul Wallenberg was one of the true heroes to emerge during the Nazi occupation of Eu-rope....


Rethinking Poles and Jews: Troubled Past, Brighter Future

by Annamaria Orla-Bukowska, Robert Cherry & Natalia Aleksiun

Rethinking Poles and Jews focuses on the role of Holocaust-related material in perpetuating anti-Polish images and describes organizational efforts to combat them. Without minimizing contemporary Polish anti-Semitism,...


Projecting the Holocaust into the Present: The Changing Focus of Contemporary Holocaust Cinema

by Lawrence Baron

In this accessible, clear, jargon free, and comprehensive text, Projecting the Holocaust into the Present offers an insightful historical perspective on how public conceptions of the Holocaust in film have changed...


Prelude to Catastrophe: FDR's Jews and the Menace of Nazism

by Robert Shogan

The Jews who so deeply admired Roosevelt made up the richest, most influential Jewish community in the world, leaders in government, commerce, and the arts. Yet by the time Franklin Roosevelt died in office,...


The Mystery of Olga Chekhova

by Antony Beevor

In his latest work, Antony Beevor—bestselling author of Stalingrad and The Fall of Berlin 1945 and one of our most respected historians of World War II—brings us the true, little-known story of a family...


Emissary of the Doomed

by Ronald Florence

The official little known WWII story of a desperate attempt to save Hungary's Jewish population

When Nazi troops invaded in March 1944, Hungary contained the largest intact Jewish population in Europe. Until...


Journal 1935-1944: The Fascist Years

by Mihail Sebastian

Hailed as one of the most important portrayals of the dark years of Nazism, this powerful chronicle by the Romanian Jewish writer Mihail Sebastian offers a lucid and finely shaded analysis of erotic and social...


Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview: How the Nazi Eugenic Crusade for a Superior Race Caused the Greatest Holocaust in World History

by Jerry Bergman

This book takes a fresh look at Germany's most influential Nazi leaders, examining their backgrounds, education and convictions. It provides compelling evidence that the rising influence of Darwinism, eugenics...


Escape to Manila: From Nazi Tyranny to Japanese Terror

by Frank Ephraim

With the rise of Nazism in the 1930s more than a thousand European Jews sought refuge in the Philippines, joining the small Jewish population of Manila. When the Japanese invaded the islands in 1941, the peaceful...


Voices from the Holocaust

by Harry James Cargas

" Interviews with: Yitzhak Arad Leo Eitinger Emil Fackenheim Whitney Harris Jan Karski Arnost Lusting Mordecai Paldiel Marion Pritchard Dorothee Soelle Leon Wells Elie Wiesel Simon Wiesenthal The late Harry...


Problems Unique to the Holocaust

by Harry James Cargas

Victims of the Holocaust were faced with moral dilemmas for which no one could prepare. Yet many of the life-and-death situations forced upon them required immediate actions and nearly impossible choices. In...


The Jehovah's Witnesses and the Nazis: Persecution, Deportation, and Murder, 1933-1945

by Sylvie Graffard, Michel Reynaud & Michael Berenbaum

This is the remarkable story of German and European Jehovah's Witnesses persecuted by the Nazis, who could have avoided persecution by simply renouncing their faith yet who refused in the majority of cases,...


Jewish Poland Revisited: Heritage Tourism in Unquiet Places

by Erica T. Lehrer

Since the end of Communism, Jews from around the world have visited Poland to tour Holocaust-related sites. A few venture further, seeking to learn about their own Polish roots and connect with contemporary...


Legacies, Lies and Lullabies: The World of a Second Generation Holocaust Survivor

by Esther Levy

The secret is out---the post-WWII Baby Boomers crave Holocaust survival stories for literary sustenance. In times of economic strife, terrorism and natural disasters, histories and biographies soothe and solace,...


Terror Has No Diary

by Michael Melnick

Of the 7000 Jews living in the Baltic seaport of Libau (Liepaja), Latvia when the Germans invaded on June 21, 1941, only 200 remained alive when the city was liberated May 9,1945. Of these, maybe two dozen were...