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  1. Primo Levi - If This Is a Man / The Truce

    Primo Levi - If This Is a Man / The Truce

    $13.46

    'With the moral stamina and intellectual poise of a twentieth-century Titan, this slightly built, dutiful, unassuming chemist set out systematically to remember the German hell on earth, steadfastly to think it through, and then to render it comprehensible in lucid, unpretentious prose. Learn More
  2. ICH ÜBERLEBTE AUSCHWITZ

    ICH ÜBERLEBTE AUSCHWITZ

    $11.31

    urvived Auschwitz was written by Krystyna Zywulska. Zywulska born in 1914 as Sonia Landau. During the German occupation of Poland, she was displaced with her Jewish family to the Warsaw Ghetto in 1941. She escaped from the Ghetto and became active in the Polish resistance movement. Under her new name, Zywulska, she was captured by the Nazis in 1943 and sent to Auschwitz. Learn More
  3. I Survived Auschwitz - Krystyna Żywulska

    I Survived Auschwitz - Krystyna Żywulska

    $10.77

    I Survived Auschwitz was written by Krystyna Zywulska. Zywulska born in 1914 as Sonia Landau. During the German occupation of Poland, she was displaced with her Jewish family to the Warsaw Ghetto in 1941. She escaped from the Ghetto and became active in the Polish resistance movement. Under her new name, Zywulska, she was captured by the Nazis in 1943 and sent to Auschwitz. Learn More
  4. Krystyna Żywulska, 'J'ai survecu a Auschwitz''

    Krystyna Żywulska, 'J'ai survecu a Auschwitz''

    $12.11

    Krystyna Żywulska - born in 1914 as Sonia Landau. During the German occupation of Poland, in 1941 she was displaced with her Jewish family to the Warsaw Ghetto. After her escape from there she was active in the Polish resistance movement. Under her new name, Żywulska, she was captured by the Nazis in 1943 and imprisoned in Auschwitz. " Learn More
  5. Voices of Memory 1. The Evacuation, Liquidation, and Liberation of Auschwitz

    Voices of Memory 1. The Evacuation, Liquidation, and Liberation of Auschwitz

    $7.27

    'Voices of Memory' is a new series published by the International Centre for Education at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Each of these books is devoted to one of the numerous issues in the complicated history of the former camp Learn More
  6. Bohdan Rymaszewski. Generations should remember

    Bohdan Rymaszewski. Generations should remember

    $8.88

    Rymaszewski’s account is a welcome addition to the literature. For many years, Rymaszewski has been interested in the preservation of the material heritage of Auschwitz, and he has been involved in important decisions concerning its conservation. Learn More
  7. Auschwitz Death Camp (Images of War) - Ian Baxter

    Auschwitz Death Camp (Images of War) - Ian Baxter

    $25.57

    The concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau was the site of the single largest mass murder in history. Learn More
  8. Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

    $18.84

    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp Auschwitz grew to be a place of suffering and death also for many inhabitants of the Czech lands. In addition to the chief victims of the Holocaust — Czech Jewry deported to Auschwitz from the Terezin Ghetto, and the victims of the Roma genocide from the camps at Ledy nad Hodonin, thousands of other people from the Czech lands were also sent to Auschwitz on varoius grounds. Most of the them perished in the camp, others disappeared without a trace, many returned home with their health sapped. Learn More
  9. Voices of Memory 6. The Auschwitz Crematoria and Gas Chambers

    Voices of Memory 6. The Auschwitz Crematoria and Gas Chambers

    $7.27

    The present publication addresses these issues connected with the planning and construction of the extermination apparatus at Auschwitz. Learn More
  10.  Io dal crematorio di Auschwitz. Intervista a Henryk Mandelbaum ex prigioniero membro del Sonderkommando nel KL Auschwitz.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    Io dal crematorio di Auschwitz. Intervista a Henryk Mandelbaum ex prigioniero membro del Sonderkommando nel KL Auschwitz.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    $9.96

    Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma. I Was at the Auschwitz Crematorium. A Conversation with Henryk Mandelbaum This book is a record of conversations with one the most valuable eyewitnesses to the Holocaust — Henryk Mandelbaum, who worked in the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz. Henryk Mandelbaum, a boy from a poor Jewish family, was chosen by the SS for an unimaginably onerous job. The Sonderkommando — the special labor detail — was present in every one of the extermination camps that the Nazis set up during the Second World War. The basic duty of the prisoners selected for this kind of work was burying or burning the bodies of murdered prisoners, cleaning out the rooms used as gas chambers, sorting the valuables left behind by the victims, and other tasks connected with the mass murder of Jews. Learn More

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