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The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust

by Donald L. Niewyk & Francis R. Nicosia

Offering a multidimensional approach to one of the most important episodes of the twentieth century, The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust offers readers and researchers a general history of the Holocaust while...


Ordinary Men

by Christopher R. Browning

The shocking account of how a unit of average middle-aged Germans became the cold-blooded murderers of tens of thousands of Jews.


Promises Kept: One Man's Journey Against Incredible Odds

by Ernest W. Michel

Author Ernest Michel survived the Holocaust against incredible odds. After fleeing from the Nazis, he made his way to the U.S. but couldn't forget the promises he'd made to friends, many of whom had died. Among...


The Holocaust and Genocides in Europe

by Benjamin Lieberman

Focusing on the major cases of genocide in twentieth-century Europe, including the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, and genocide in the former Yugoslavia, as well as mass killing in the Soviet Union, this book...


Jewish Responses to Persecution: 1938-1940

by Alexandra Garbarini

Volume II begins with Kristallnacht in 1938 and continues through Jewish flight out of Germany, the onset of World War II, the forced relocation of the Jews of Europe to the East, and the formation of Jewish...


The Death Camps of Croatia: Visions and Revisions, 1941-1945

by Raphael Israeli

In The Death Camps of Croatia, Raphael Israeli shows that throughout Yugoslavia during World War II, anti-Semitism was both deeply rooted and widespread. Israeli distills fact and historical record from accusation...


Julius Streicher: Nazi Editor of the Notorious Anti-semitic Newspaper Der Sturmer

by Randall Bytwerk

A look at the life and work of Julius Streicher (1885-1946) the editor of Der Sturmer a widely read anti-semitic weekly newspaper


Poles Apart: The Tragic Fate of Poles During World War II

by Dr. Jerzy Janusz Maciuszko

Born in Warsaw, the author served on the front lines during the invasion of Poland by Hitler in 1939. He spent over five years as a prisoner-of-war. The book chronicles his and his family's stories as well as...


Commemorating Hell: The Public Memory of Mittelbau-Dora

by Gretchen Schafft & Gerhard Zeidler

This powerful, wide-ranging history of the Nazi concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora is the first book to analyze how memory of the Third Reich evolved throughout changes in the German regime from World War II...


Reading Auschwitz

by Mary Lagerwey

"My mind refuses to play its part in the scholarly exercise. I walk around in a daze, remembering occasionally to take a picture. I've heard that many people cry here, but I am too numb to feel. The wind whips...


The Woman from Hamburg: and Other True Stories

by Hanna Krall

In twelve nonfiction tales, Hanna Krall reveals how the lives of World War II survivors are shaped in surprising ways by the twists and turns of historical events. A paralytic Jewish woman starts walking after...


The Pianist

by Wladyslaw Szpilman

Named one of the Best Books of 1999 by the Los Angeles Times, The Pianist is now a major motion picture directed by Roman Polanski and starring Adrien Brody (Son of Sam). The Pianist won the Cannes Film Festival’s...


Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Führer

by Hellmut G Haasis & William Odom

Georg Elser was just an ordinary working-class citizen living in Munich, Germany. He was employed as a carpenter and had spent some time working in a watch factory. That all changed when he took it upon himself,...


Impediments to the Prevention and Intervention of Genocide

by Samuel Totten

Academics, NGOs, the United Nations, and individual nations are focused on the prevention and intervention of genocide. Traditionally, missions to prevent or intervene in genocide have been sporadic and under-resourced....


The Nuremberg Interviews

by Leon Goldensohn

During the Nuremberg trials, Dr. Leon Goldensohn–a psychiatrist for the U.S. Army–monitored the mental health of two dozen German leaders charged with carrying out genocide. These recorded conversations...


A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair

by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen

With his first book, Hitler’s Willing Executioners, Daniel Jonah Goldhagen dramatically revised our understanding of the role ordinary Germans played in the Holocaust. Now he brings his formidable powers of...


The Stars Bear Witness: An organizer of Jewish resistance in Warsaw, and one of its few survivors, tells of five years of epic heroism, pursuit, and m

by Bernard Goldstein & Leonard Shatzkin

Bernard Goldstein was a prominent Polish socialist, union organizer and Bund leader in the pivotal years of 1920 and 1921. He became active as a leader of the Jewish resistance movement in German-occupied Poland,...


Holocaust Literature: A History and Guide

by David G. Roskies & Naomi Diamant

A comprehensive assessment of Holocaust literature, from World War II to the present day


Hiding in Plain Sight: Eluding the Nazis in Occupied France

by Sarah Lew Miller & Joyce B. Lazarus

This personal and historical account of an era conveys the day-to-day life of a teenage girl living in Nazi-occupied France with the ever-present threat of death. Despite her loneliness, hardships and the derailment...


Forgotten Voices of The Holocaust

by Lyn Smith

Following the success of Forgotten Voices of the Great War, Lyn Smith visits the oral accounts preserved in the Imperial War Museum Sound Archive, to reveal the sheer complexity and horror of one of human history's...