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  1. The Diary of a Young Girl: Definitive Edition

    The Diary of a Young Girl: Definitive Edition

    $13.46

    First published over sixty years ago, Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl has reached millions of young people throughout the world. Learn More
  2. Testimonies from Auschwitz

    Testimonies from Auschwitz

    $107.68

    Special publication on the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Auschwitz Museum. Learn More
  3. Viktor E. Frankl - Man's Search for Meaning

    Viktor E. Frankl - Man's Search for Meaning

    $10.77

    They say: One of the outstanding classics to emerge from the Holocaust, Man's Search For Meaning is Viktor Frankl's story of his struggle for survival in Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps. Learn More
  4. Eyewitness Auschwitz: Three Years in the Gas Chambers - Filip Muller

    Eyewitness Auschwitz: Three Years in the Gas Chambers - Filip Muller

    $14.81

    Filip Müller came to Auschwitz with one of the earliest transports from Slovakia in April 1942 and began working in the gassing installations and crematoria in May. Learn More
  5. To be a Jew in Occupied Poland, Cracow-Auschwitz-Buchenwald. Stanisław Taubenschlag

    To be a Jew in Occupied Poland, Cracow-Auschwitz-Buchenwald. Stanisław Taubenschlag

    $6.73

    Stanisław Taubnenschlag, (Stanley Townsend) was born on January 30, 1920, in Cracow, into a Jewish family possessing numerous contacts with Polish intellectual circles, and with many Polish friends and acquaintances. He was arrested in June 1942 and deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp, from where, one year later, he was transferred to the Buchenwald camp Learn More
  6. Episodes from Auschwitz. Witold’s Report

    Episodes from Auschwitz. Witold’s Report

    $8.61

    Witold Pilecki was soldier of the Polish Army during the Polish-Soviet War in 1920 and September 1939 invasion of Poland, he fought in the Polish resistance, the AK (Home Army), and as its member, he volunteered for Auschwitz. LANGUAGES: PL, EN, DE, IT. Learn More
  7. 	 Episodes from Auschwitz. Love in the Shadow of Death

    Episodes from Auschwitz. Love in the Shadow of Death

    $7.81

    "Love in the Shadow of Death" is the story of two prisoners from the Auschwitz Death Camp – Mala Zimetbaum, a Jewish woman, and Edward Galiński, a Polish man. LANGUAGES: EN, DE, FR, IT, NOR, SWE, PL. Learn More
  8. Values and Violence in Auschwitz: A Sociological Analysis.Anna Pawełczyńska

    Values and Violence in Auschwitz: A Sociological Analysis.Anna Pawełczyńska

    $10.77

    Anna Pawełczyńska. Values and Violence in Auschwitz: A Sociological Analysis This an unique study became one of the most respected considerations of the sociological realm of Nazi concentration camps during the World War II. Anna Pawełczyńska (b. 1922) – Polish university professor and sociologist of culture. Imprisoned in Auschwitz and Flossenbürg concentration camps during the World War II. Author and co-author of over 25 books and major studies as well as over a hundred peer-reviewed articles. In 1972, she published “Wartości a przemoc”, an attempt at a sociological approach to issues connected with the concentration camps on the basis of “participatory observation”. The book appeared in an American version as “Values and Violence in Auschwitz” in 1979 and a German version (“Werte gegen Gewalt”) in 2001. Learn More
  9. Death books from Auschwitz. Vol. I-III

    Death books from Auschwitz. Vol. I-III

    $16.15

    The documentation included in this publication is based on the extant original records kept by the SS at the Auschwitz concentration camp. They contain entries - 68 864 - with the information about the death of the registered prisoners of Auschwitz in the period from July 27, 1941 to December 31, 1943. It has to be emphasized that this data concerns only a small proportion of the prisoners who died in the Auschwitz camp complex - more than a million Jews deported to Auschwitz in mass transports from all the Nazi-occupied countries of Europe were never registered by name, alive or dead, but were immediately selected at the train ramp for the gas chambers. There are no entries about them in the death books. Most of the names of prisoners who died in Auschwitz, documentated by the SS administration, have not been published anywhere before and remain a historical source of unique importance. Volume I, available in English, German or Polish, includes introductory articles and accounts by former prisoners: Tadeusz Paczuła, Hermann Langbein, Kazimierz Smoleń, Israel Gutman, and Shmuel Krakowski. Volumes II and III contain an alphabetical list of the names of prisoners who were killed or died in the camp, drawn up on the basis of nearly 69,000 death certificates recorded in the camp Registry Office. The Museum recovered these documents from the USSR Central State Archives in 1991-1992. LANGUAGE: EN, DE, PL. Learn More
  10. Seweryna Szmaglewska. Smoke over Birkenau

    Seweryna Szmaglewska. Smoke over Birkenau

    $10.23

    The eighteenth edition of one of the most popular books about the camp. Arrested by the Gestapo in 1942 for involvement in the resistance, the author spent three years in Birkenau. Learn More

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