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  1. Forgotten Voices of The Holocaust

    Forgotten Voices of The Holocaust

    $13.46

    FORGOTTEN VOICES OF THE HOLOCAUST In association with the Imperial War Museum and based on work recording the experiences of Holocaust survivors for the sound archive - one of the most important archives of its kind in the world. The intertwined moving and revealing interviews reveal the sheer complexity and horror of the Holocaust. The great majority of survivors suffered considerable physical and psychological wounds, yet the overall story is far from being just gloom and doom. There are many poignant vignettes describing acts of charity, reciprocity and kindness in the face of the most extreme form of barbarism. Learn More
  2. Inside the Gas Chambers  Eight Months in the Sonderkommando of Auschwitz  By: Shlomo Venezia

    Inside the Gas Chambers Eight Months in the Sonderkommando of Auschwitz By: Shlomo Venezia

    $25.57

    This is a unique, eye-witness account of everyday life right at the heart of the Nazi extermination machine. Slomo Venezia was born into a poor Jewish-Italian community living in Thessaloniki, Greece. At first, the occupying Italians protected his family; but when the Germans invaded, the Venezias were deported to Auschwitz. His mother and sisters disappeared on arrival, and he learned, at first with disbelief, that they had almost certainly been gassed. Given the chance to earn a little extra bread, he agreed to become a ‘Sonderkommando', without realising what this entailed. He soon found himself a member of the ‘special unit' responsible for removing the corpses from the gas chambers and burning their bodies. Learn More
  3.  The Portraitist DVD

    The Portraitist DVD

    $12.11

    The Portraitist The film tells the story of Wilhelm Brasse, who was forced to work as a photographer in the camp and on the SS-men orders took hundreds of photographs for the camp records. LANGUAGES: EN, DE, NLD, FR, HEBR, HU, IT, KOR, ESP, PL Learn More
  4. 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
  5. 	 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
  6. 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
  7. Voices of Memory 7. Roma in Auschwitz

    Voices of Memory 7. Roma in Auschwitz

    $7.27

    The seventh edition of "Voices of Memory" about Sinti and Roma in Auschwitz. 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.  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
  10. I Was at the Auschwitz Crematorium. A Conversation with Henryk Mandelbaum.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    I Was at the Auschwitz Crematorium. A Conversation with Henryk Mandelbaum.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    $9.96

    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. LANGUAGE: EN, IT. Learn More

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